Mexico: 14-yo 'reporter' puts a smile on face of migrants travelling north

With a camera made out of garbage, a young boy named Kevin has taken it upon himself to document the voyage of migrants travelling up from Honduras, footage from Wednesday shows Kevin 'interviewing' dozens of people stranded in the town of Juchitan de Zaragoza in the Mexican state of Oaxaca. Kevin Omar Velasquez left Honduras with hundreds of others and is currently passing through Mexico on his... Еще way up north. Kevin goes around with his handmade 'equipment' and interviews people with a camera made out of garbage and uses a bottle for a microphone. For Kevin this is something he likes doing, «asking, talking to people,» adding that he enjoys it when people «laugh» with his questions. The 14-year-old boy is also present when police interfere with their voyage and when tensions rise between his fellow travellers and police. «One day I saw that the federal police fighting with a few Hondurans,» explains Kevin, adding that despite people telling him that everything is fine he doesn't see it. «We will continue moving forward,» Kevin concludes. More than 3,000 migrants reportedly travelling in a caravan through Mexico are stranded in Oaxaca at the moment.

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