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U.S. Now Sending Some Asylum-Seekers To Guatemala

Newsy Friday, 22 November 2019
U.S. Now Sending Some Asylum-Seekers To GuatemalaWatch VideoCentral American migrants who seek asylum in the U.S. now risk being deported to Guatemala. 

That's because the Trump administration's new asylum deal with Guatemala went into effect earlier this week. A man from Honduras became the first asylum-seeker deported by the U.S. under the agreement. He arrived in...
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