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  • President Trump Defends U.S. Actions At U.S.-Mexico Border

    Trump says asylum-seekers must remain in Mexico while their claims are processed. Rachel Martin talks to Theresa Cardinal Brown of the Bipartisan Policy Center in Washington, D.C.

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  • U.S. closes major border crossing as asylum-seekers protest shelter conditions, slow U.S. processing

    On this holiday Sunday, United States officials have temporarily closed the U.S.-Mexico border in San Ysidro, California, after roughly 500 Central American asylum-seekers marched to the border to protest their conditions and slow U.S. processing. Mexican police set up barricades, turning back cars and foot traffic into the United States. After some migrants instead walked across the Tijuana River (a mostly dry concrete flood channel) and attempted to enter the United States through a fence,...

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  • Mexico president says working with U.S., Canada on immigration plan

    Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Monday said he was working with the United States and Canada to create a three-way investment plan to tackle the issue of immigration from Mexico and Central America.

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