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US Democrats seek $4.5bn aid for border migrants

BBC News Wednesday, 26 June 2019 ()
US Democrats seek $4.5bn aid for border migrantsA bid to ease the crisis, which has seen migrants dying on the border, faces a tough Senate battle.
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Reuters reports the White House on Thursday called on the House of Representatives to pass the Senate’s version of a funding bill to address the increase of migrants crossing the US-Mexico border. In a statement, the White House blamed Democrats, who control the House, for delaying the aid needed...

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