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U.S. credits Mexico, Central America for sharp drop in border arrests

Reuters Monday, 9 September 2019
The Trump administration on Monday credited Mexico and Central American countries with helping to cut U.S. border arrests by nearly 60% from a record high earlier this year but then lashed out at a federal judge for ruling against a strict anti-asylum policy.
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