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Job fair after ICE raids: Here's who showed up for Koch Foods plant jobs

A job fair was held on Monday in Forest following ICE raids at several Mississippi chicken processing plants. Here's a look at the turnout and jobs.  
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Anti-ICE protesters arrested at Amazon store in New York City

The NYPD arrested 44 protesters Sunday at an Amazon Books store in midtown Manhattan. It was the second day of demonstrations calling for the company to stop selling technology services to U.S...
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Trump aide regrets 'unfortunate' timing on ICE raid of food processing plants in Mississippi

The sweep took place less than a week after a mass shooting in El Paso, Texas, that targeted Hispanics.
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ICE used ankle monitors, informants to plan immigration raids where 680 people were arrested

On Wednesday, hundreds of immigration officials descended on seven Mississippi plants owned by four companies. Here's how ICE planned the operation.
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Dozens of immigrants released after ICE raids

Dozens of immigrant workers have been released a day after being detained in the largest immigration raid in a decade in the United States.  
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'I got nothing over here': Michigan man with diabetes dies in Iraq after ICE deported him

Jimmy Al-Daoud, 41, had trouble getting insulin after he was deported to Iraq, where he was homeless and didn't speak the language, advocates say.
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8/8/19: CBSN Evening News

ICE arrests nearly 700 in Mississippi raids; 45 years since the resignation of Pres. Nixon.
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Mississippi lawyer: We set up an immigration triage center after ICE raids

Jeremy Litton, a Mississippi immigration lawyer, tells CBSN's "Red & Blue" about the so-called "immigration triage center" he helped set up in the wake of Wednesday's massive ICE raids. Government..
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Immigration official: Those arrested in Mississippi shouldn't have been hired by company

A day after the largest federal immigration raid in more than a decade led to the arrest of 680 people, a top ICE official defended the operation.  
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Undocumented immigrants in Mississippi live in fear of an ICE raid

Undocumented immigrants in Mississippi are living in fear after a massive immigration raid. ICE officials say 680 people were arrested Wednesday at food processing plants around the state. Thursday..
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ICE Deported Him to a Country He’d Never Seen. He Died 2 Months Later.

Jimmy Aldaoud died in a Baghdad apartment on Tuesday after vomiting blood and begging to return to the United States. He had lived in the Detroit area from infancy until he was deported in June.
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'They're going to lose everything': Families are devastated after Mississippi ICE raids

ICE spokesman Bryan Cox confirmed that over half of the 680 arrested in Mississippi on Wednesday remained in federal custody.
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US immigration: ICE releases 300 people after Mississippi raids

Some 300 people have been released from ICE custody, after many were separated from their children.
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Sobbing girl begs for dad's release after massive ICE raid

"Let my parent be free with everybody else please," the girl says after her father was one of hundreds of undocumented immigrants rounded up by ICE in Mississippi
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680 arrested in ICE raids at Mississippi food processing plants

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents arrested 680 people at food processing plants in small towns near Jackson, Mississippi, Wednesday.
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ICE rounds up 680 people in Mississippi immigration sweep

ICE agents in Mississippi carried out the largest statewide immigration sweep in U.S. history. There were 680 migrants rounded up across six cities. Omar Villafranca reports.
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ICE rounds up hundreds in immigration sweeps in Mississippi

In a series of workplace raids in southern Mississippi, authorities apprehended approximately 680 undocumented workers
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Hundreds Arrested in Mississippi Raids Targeting Immigrant Workers

More than 600 Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents were involved in what the authorities said might be the largest worksite enforcement action in a single state.
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More Than 100 Immigrants on Hunger Strike at ICE Facility Allegedly Pepper-sprayed, Shot at With Rubber Bullets and Blocked From Contacting Families

more than 100 immigrants on hunger strike at ice facility allegedly pepper-sprayed, shot at with rubber bullets and blocked from contacting families
More than 100 detained immigrants across two U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement facilities in Louisana have been "subjected to excessive use of force and retaliation" over their participation in..
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Factbox: LSE bolsters data, enters forex with Refinitiv deal

London Stock Exchange Group has agreed to buy Refinitiv for $27 billion, broadening its global footprint in financial data and market infrastructure to compete better with rivals like ICE and CME.
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An American Middle Schooler, Orphaned by Deportation

Fanny was in middle school when ICE came for her mother, leaving her to navigate the struggles of adolescence by herself.
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Mexican man awaiting deportation dies in ICE custody in Georgia

44-year-old Mexican man Pedro Arriago-Santoya died Wednesday while in the custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Georgia, the agency said.  
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Yet another ICE custody death: Mexican national, 44, dead in Georgia

yet another ice custody death: mexican national, 44, dead in georgia
A 44-year-old Mexican man died in Immigration and Customs Enforcement custody in Georgia on Wednesday reports Buzzfeed News this morning, citing an unnamed source with...
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Community forms ‘human chain’ to stop ICE agents from seizing neighbour

community forms ‘human chain’ to stop ice agents from seizing neighbour
Neighbours and activists in Tennessee gathered to support a man targeted by US Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents, forming a “human chain” to block the officials from seizing him...
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Video shows ICE agents break car window to arrest father

Immigration and Custom Enforcement and Kansas City police officers arrested Florencio Milan-Vazquez on Monday
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ICE releases U.S. citizen, 18, held near border more than 3 weeks

Francisco Galicia's lawyer says he was "absolutely" a victim of racial profiling
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'You can't do that': Video shows ICE officers smash window, drag man out of car in front of his family

Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers were seen smashing a man's car window and dragging him to the ground in a now-viral video.
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Highly-publicized ICE raids yield few arrests

After a great deal of publicity, raids by Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents against some 2,000 undocumented families with orders of deportation resulted in just 35 arrests. CBS News reporter..
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U.S. immigration action that targeted 2,100 people snared just 35

A scant 35 people were taken into custody during a long-threatened U.S. enforcement action that targeted more than 2,100 immigrants who had been ordered deported, the head of U.S. Immigration and..
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Neighbors form human chain to protect man from ICE

When ICE agents blocked a man and his 12-year-old son in their driveway, their community came out to help them. Neighbors formed a human chain around their car to help protect them from being taken..
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ICE sweeps yield few arrests

In an operation targeting about 2,000 undocumented families with deportation orders, ICE apprehended about 35 individuals
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Contrary to what AOC says, here’s why CBP and ICE detained an alleged American citizen for 3 weeks

contrary to what aoc says, here’s why cbp and ice detained an alleged american citizen for 3 weeks
Meet Francisco Erwin Galicia, 18, allegedly born in Dallas, who you’ll be hearing a lot about today as he’s been in detention for the past three weeks after he and his Mexico-born brother were..
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ICE agents back down after neighbors, activists link arms to help father and son avoid feds

ICE activity in Nashville's Hermitage area brought out neighbors and activists who gathered for hours to help a man and his son avoid federal agents.
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ICE gets more power to swiftly deport certain immigrants

Advocates believe the new change will allow the government to deport undocumented immigrants who have lived in the U.S. for more than a year without offering them due process
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A gas station clerk told Latino shoppers 'ICE will come' to get them. He lost his job

A video shows a Mobil gas station clerk in Naperville, Illinois, questioning the citizenship of Latino customers, warning them that "ICE will come."
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Man accused in Des Moines triple homicide returned to US twice after deportation, ICE says

"Escobar-Orellana, aka, Marvin O. Esquivel-Lopez, was previously (deported) from the United States in 2010 and again in 2011," an ICE spokesman said.
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Immigrants have these rights when ICE approaches them

Immigration advocates want to remind immigrants what rights they have when ICE approaches them.  
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ICE arrests in Calif. demonstrate arduous process

Arrests last week of immigrants in the country illegally illustrate how President Donald Trump's pledge to start deporting millions of people is virtually impossible with U.S. Immigration and Customs..
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Did ICE raids happen? President Donald Trump says yes, but details remain unclear

President Donald Trump claimed success on Monday, saying ICE immigration raids had already happened in several U.S. cities over the weekend.
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Immigrant families worried about potential ICE raids

The promise of a nationwide crackdown on illegal immigrants is sparking fear in some communities. One father came to the U.S. from Mexico 20 years ago, and now fears being separated from his family...
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Prime Day protests: Amazon workers fight for better working conditions and pay

On Amazon's biggest-ever shopping event, employees in the U.S. and Europe are speaking out against unsafe working conditions in warehouses. Separately, immigration advocates are also speaking out..
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tears up while hearing story of child who died after being held by ICE

Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez teared up while hearing a story of a child who died after being held by ICE. For more than 35 seconds, the lawmaker cried and wiped her eyes with a tissue.
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Lawmakers react as thousands brace for ICE deportation raids

Thousands of undocumented families are bracing for deportation. Natalie Andrews, a Congress reporter for the Wall Street Journal, joins CBSN to discuss how Capitol Hill is reacting.
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At least 9 U.S. cities to be targeted by ICE raids

Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents were ordered to conduct mass deportation raids in at least nine cities across the U.S. over the weekend. Acting Deputy Director of Human Rights Watch, Clara..
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