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Scores from Mexico, Guatemala detained in Mississippi raids

Reuters Friday, 9 August 2019
The governments of Guatemala and Mexico said on Thursday that between them, almost 300 of their citizens had been detained in the southern U.S. state of Mississippi as part of sweeping U.S. immigration operations.
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