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  • By Kendal Blust For the Arizona Daily Star

The Border Patrol has helped identify the bodies of more than 100 migrants since June.

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The Guatemalan Consulate in Tucson is hosting the show.

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Their Spanish is often too basic to understand policies and processes. 

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Volunteers continue to welcome Central Americans released here by immigration officials.

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Surge of border crossers prompts country to open office to help them.

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In stark contrast, most kids five years ago traveled with a parent.

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The driver faces people-trafficking charges.

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The challenges of holding immigrants in "temporary" detention are starting to show.

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Mexican youth, unlike Central Americans, don't look for the Border Patrol.

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They see sites coping with an influx of unaccompanied minor migrants.

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Children without legal documents coming through ports of entry in Tucson area up.

Feds address rise in Central American immigrants by targeting smuggling organizations.

Federal government addressing surge of Central Americans by targeting smuggling organizations.

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Children from Central America are taking the trip their parents once made. 

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First her dad left Guatemala, then her brother. Now it's Karen Soto's turn.

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Some officials are trying to do something about the young Central Americans.

She's here to assess the situation of border-crossing women, children.

In leaving for "el Norte," he understood the risks.

They continue to pour into Tucson's Greyhound station.

Government continues to wrestle with influx of children crossing border alone.