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US Homeland Security chief forced to leave event by protesters

SBS Monday, 7 October 2019 ()
Acting US Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan was forced to abandon a debate stage in the US capital Monday after protesters drowned him out, denouncing the crackdown on migrants and asylum seekers.
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