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August 01, 2011
Catholic priest Alejandro Solalinde (R), head of the migrants' shelter "Hermanos del camino" (Brothers...
Puebla, Mexico
Catholic priest Solalinde speaks to relatives of missing immigrants from Central America at a church...
Catholic priest Alejandro Solalinde (R), head of the migrants' shelter "Hermanos del camino" (Brothers of the road), speaks to relatives of missing immigrants from Central America as he takes part in a mass at a church in Puebla near Mexico City July 31, 2011. The "Caravana Paso a Paso Hacia la Paz" (Caravan Step by Step to Peace), made up of relatives of Central American immigrants who went missing while making their way to the U.S., are travelling in the footsteps of their loved ones in the hopes of finding them and as an act of protest to demand the Mexican government stop kidnappings and crimes committed by organised criminal groups against migrants, organisers and local media said. REUTERS/Imelda Medina (MEXICO - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY RELIGION)
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