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At odds with Native American tribe, feds say no cultural sites near border wall blasting

USATODAY.com Thursday, 13 February 2020
Customs and Border Protection said it found no biological, cultural or historic sites in the area where crews are building a border wall in Arizona.
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News video: Native American burial sites being blown up for Trump's border wall

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The U.S. government is blowing up Native American burial sites to build Trump's border wall.

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