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War Crimes Suspect Called ‘Rambo’ Is Turned Over to International Court

Alfred Yekatom, a commander in a Central African Republic militia, is wanted on suspicion of war crimes, including murder, deportation and torture of Muslims.
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Germany Weighs Lifting Ban on Deporting Syrians

The German government said it is considering whether to allow the deportation of some Syrian asylum-seekers in the latest sign ruling conservatives are rethinking Angela Merkel’s immigration..
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Denver To Expand Publicly-Funded Program That Helps Immigrants Facing Deportation [Video]Denver To Expand Publicly-Funded Program That Helps Immigrants Facing Deportation  00:39

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock announced plans Thursday to expand a program dedicated to providing publicly-funded representation for immigrants facing deportation. Matt Yurus reports.

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Mayor expanding controversial program to help immigrants [Video]Mayor expanding controversial program to help immigrants  01:51

This program uses taxpayers money for legal help for immigrants. The mayor will announce its expansion for another year this morning.

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Denver announces plans to expand immigration legal help program [Video]Denver announces plans to expand immigration legal help program  01:37

The city of Denver plans to extend a pilot program aimed at providing legal defense for immigrants fighting deportation.

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Mexican Border Shelters Overflow With Migrants [Video]Mexican Border Shelters Overflow With Migrants  01:01

The first few hundred migrants in caravans have arrived to the Mexican border city of Tijuana. Reuters reports shelters are already overflowing with people. A caravan of thousands of mostly Honduran..

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Tapes from 'The Apprentice' Could Be Used Against President Trump in Suit [Video]Tapes from 'The Apprentice' Could Be Used Against President Trump in Suit  00:58

Tapes from “The Apprentice” could potentially be used in a case against President Trump. Veuer's Nick Cardona has that story.

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Syed Jamal discusses his deportation experience [Video]Syed Jamal discusses his deportation experience  02:02

Syed Jamal discusses his deportation experience

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Tijuana Mayor Denounces ‘Horde’ Of Caravan Migrants, Calls For Swift Deportation

'We don't want them in this way'
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Across US, tax dollars being poured into 'legal defense fund for illegals'

Denver officials will set aside $385,000 to expand a program that pays for lawyers to represent immigrants in the city fighting deportation.
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Palantir, the Peter Thiel-backed company that sold data to ICE and NYPD, has a CEO who is a 'self-described socialist'

palantir, the peter thiel-backed company that sold data to ice and nypd, has a ceo who is a 'self-described socialist'
· Palantir CEO Alex Karp is a self-proclaimed socialist, according to a Wall Street Journal report. · Palantir has historically worked with intelligence agencies and law enforcement through the sale..
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Spanish-language reporter wins temporary stay of deportation

An appeals court has granted a two-week reprieve for a Spanish-language reporter facing deportation after he was arrested while covering an immigration rally in Tennessee.
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Denver sets aside $385K to fund legal representation for immigrants facing deportation

A network of U.S. cities and counties paying for lawyers to represent immigrants facing deportation in the wake of the Trump administration's immigration crackdown is planning to expand.
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Appellate court: Suffolk sheriff illegally detained inmate for ICE

In a case originating in Suffolk County, a court ruled Wednesday that state and local law enforcement have no authority to arrest people on behalf of the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement..
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‘Shoah: Four Sisters’ Film Review: Claude Lanzmann’s Final Holocaust Documentary Features Improbable Survivors

‘shoah: four sisters’ film review: claude lanzmann’s final holocaust documentary features improbable survivors
They aren’t sisters in a familial sense. But Ruth Elias, Ada Lichtman, Hanna Marton, and Paula Biren share a terrible kinship: They are the only people from their respective families to survive the..
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Lawyers seek ‘Apprentice’ tapes in Trump immigration suit

BOSTON (AP) — Lawyers alleging President Donald Trump’s decision to end special protections shielding certain immigrants from deportation was racially motivated are seeking unaired footage from his..
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Jesuit-sponsored study examines deportation and its effects (Center for Migration Studies )

The CRISIS (Catholic Removal Impact Survey in Society) study, which surveyed 133 deportees, found that on average, deportees have lived in the US for over 19 years and that over 73% planned to return.
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Spanish-language reporter faces deportation from U.S. after arrest at protest


Credit: CBS News - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times

Rohingya Repatriation Set To Begin, As Amnesty Revokes Award To Aung San Suu Kyi

A long-planned deportation of refugees from Bangladesh back to Myanmar is set to begin this week. Rohingya are reportedly fleeing refugee camps to avoid being sent back to the country they escaped.
Credit: NPR - Published

Joe Giudice of 'RHONJ' appeals deportation order, lawyer 'optimistic' he will stay in U.S.

Giudice's prison term is up in March, but in October, a judge ordered that he be deported to Italy.
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Joe Giudice Makes Last-Minute Appeal Against Deportation Order

The troubled husband of Teresa Giudice has been ordered by an immigration judge to leave the U.S. after completing his prison sentence for conspiracy to commit wire and bankruptcy fraud.
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