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Separated from her daughters in U.S., Honduran mom parents from her smartphone

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By Laura Gottesdiener, Kristina Cooke and Ted Hesson SAN PEDRO SULA, Honduras (Reuters) – Maria’s day begins at 7 a.m., when she rouses her daughters for elementary school, and does not finish until late at night, when the kitchen is clean. Like many moms, Maria has found parenthood even harder since the COVID-19 pandemic pushed classes online. But unlike most other mothers, Maria is raising Michelle, 11, and Nicole, 6, from thousands of miles away. She is in Honduras and they are in California. U.S. border officials under former President Donald Trump separated Maria from her daughters after …

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