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Barr rules to keep asylum seekers in detention during deportation proceedings

FOXNews.com Wednesday, 17 April 2019
Attorney General William Barr has ruled that asylum seekers facing removal who show they have a “credible fear” of being returned to their homeland will no longer be eligible for release on bond -- meaning they will have to remain in detention while their cases are pending. 
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His order means tens of thousands of people could be detained indefinitely while their asylum proceedings play out.

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