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Arrests of immigrant families promised by Trump to begin on Sunday, Times says

Reuters Thursday, 11 July 2019 ()
U.S. authorities on Sunday will begin arresting at least 2,000 immigrant families eligible for deportation in a nationwide series of raids long threatened by President Donald Trump, the New York Times reported, citing former and current officials.
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News video: Activists brace for crackdown on immigrant families

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Activists are preparing for a nationwide wave of arrests of immigrants facing deportation that will commence on Sunday after U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday confirmed that the plan, intended to discourage a surge of Central American migrants, was on track after a delay. Nathan Frandino has...

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