HONDURAS-US-DRUGS-CRIME : News Photo

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TO GO WITH AFP STTORY by Noe Leiva Two people mourn the death of a relative at the morgue in Tegucigalpa, on April 28, 2013. Central American leaders are expected to press the United States for more money to fight organized crime in their region, a conduit for nearly all US-bound cocaine, when US President Barack Obama visits Costa Rica on May 3. Central America has become one of the world's most violent regions because an estimated 90 percent of the cocaine shipped to the United States from South America now passes through it. AFP PHOTO / Orlando SIERRA (Photo credit should read ORLANDO SIERRA/AFP/Getty Images)
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TO GO WITH AFP STTORY by Noe Leiva Two people mourn the death of a relative at the morgue in Tegucigalpa, on April 28, 2013. Central American leaders are expected to press the United States for more money to fight organized crime in their region, a conduit for nearly all US-bound cocaine, when US President Barack Obama visits Costa Rica on May 3. Central America has become one of the world's most violent regions because an estimated 90 percent of the cocaine shipped to the United States from South America now passes through it. AFP PHOTO / Orlando SIERRA (Photo credit should read ORLANDO SIERRA/AFP/Getty Images)
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April 28, 2013
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167753332
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ORLANDO SIERRA / Staff
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AFP
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by Noe Leiva Two people mourn the death of a relative at the morgue... News Photo 167753332Death,Family,Honduras,Horizontal,Law,Morgue,Mourning,People,TegucigalpaPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPTO GO WITH AFP STTORY by Noe Leiva Two people mourn the death of a relative at the morgue in Tegucigalpa, on April 28, 2013. Central American leaders are expected to press the United States for more money to fight organized crime in their region, a conduit for nearly all US-bound cocaine, when US President Barack Obama visits Costa Rica on May 3. Central America has become one of the world's most violent regions because an estimated 90 percent of the cocaine shipped to the United States from South America now passes through it. AFP PHOTO / Orlando SIERRA (Photo credit should read ORLANDO SIERRA/AFP/Getty Images)