Men from Honduras migrating through Mexico on their way to the United States, wait for a northbound train. When one comes, they will run with the train until they can grab onto something and swing up onto one of the moving railcars. The men face dangers more perilous than hopping onto a moving train; abductions of more than 11,300 migrants, mostly likely by Mexico's violent drug gangs, were reported in a six-month period in 2010. (Keith Dannemiller/Special to The Washington Times)

Men from Honduras migrating through Mexico on their way to the United States, wait for a northbound train. When one comes, they will run with the train until they can grab onto something and swing up onto one of the moving railcars. The men face dangers more perilous than hopping onto a moving train; abductions of more than 11,300 migrants, mostly likely by Mexico's violent drug gangs, were reported in a six-month period in 2010. (Keith Dannemiller/Special to The Washington Times)