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The Trump Administration’s Latest Experiment on the Border: Tent Courts

NYTimes.com Friday, 13 September 2019
Makeshift immigration courts are opening in tents along the southwestern border, part of the administration’s plan to control the surge of migrant families.
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News video: Border apprehensions plunge as Trump administration hails Mexico pact

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Immigration officials apprehended just over 64,000 migrants at the southern border in August – a dramatic drop that the Trump administration is presenting as a sign its diplomatic engagement with Mexico and other countries is having positive effects on the ground.

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