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  • Honduran immigrant mom seeking asylum hopes for better life for 2 daughters

    Mirian Diaz, now living in Rock Hill, South Carolina is seeking asylum in the United States after her police officer husband was killed in Honduras. She is a single mother in a foreign country who said she would do anything to protect her two daughters and give them chances of a better life.

Mirian Diaz, now living in Rock Hill, South Carolina is seeking asylum in the United States after her police officer husband was killed in Honduras. She is a single mother in a foreign country who said she would do anything to protect her two daughters and give them chances of a better life. Andrew Dys adys@heraldonline.com
Mirian Diaz, now living in Rock Hill, South Carolina is seeking asylum in the United States after her police officer husband was killed in Honduras. She is a single mother in a foreign country who said she would do anything to protect her two daughters and give them chances of a better life. Andrew Dys adys@heraldonline.com

Honduran mom came to Rock Hill after husband's murder; every day is Mother’s Day

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