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The US moves to stop almost all migrants from coming over southern border

SBS Thursday, 12 September 2019 ()
The US Supreme Court has given the green light for the Trump administration to enact strict asylum policy at the southern border with Mexico.
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News video: Border apprehensions plunge as Trump administration hails Mexico pact

Border apprehensions plunge as Trump administration hails Mexico pact 01:27

Immigration officials apprehended just over 64,000 migrants at the southern border in August – a dramatic drop that the Trump administration is presenting as a sign its diplomatic engagement with Mexico and other countries is having positive effects on the ground.

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