In this photo taken on Friday, Oct. 19, 2012, Olga Marina Hernandez, a member of the Convoy of Central American Mothers, poses for a photo with her son Gabriel Salmeron, in Escobedo, Mexico. The convoy mostly comprised of women from Central America, travel 2,800 miles through Mexico to search for their relatives who left for a better life and then disappeared on their journey to the U.S. Hernandez, 52, of Honduras, came last year looking with the convoy for her 31-year-old son whom she hadn’t heard from since he left five years earlier. Salmeron's girlfriend saw the photograph the mother was carrying when it was published in the local press and mother and son were reunited. About 100 have been reunited through similar trips through Mexico over six years. (AP Photo)
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