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U.S., Mexico set talks amid tension over new curbs on asylum-seekers

Reuters Tuesday, 16 July 2019
The chief diplomats of Mexico and the United States plan to meet on Sunday for talks about a new U.S. rule restricting asylum applications from Central American migrants that would burden Mexico's already-overwhelmed refugee agency.
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