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U.S. Asylum Seekers Returned to Mexico Despite Fear Claims

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U.S. Asylum Seekers Returned to Mexico Despite Fear Claims

U.S. Asylum Seekers Returned to Mexico Despite Fear Claims

According to Reuters, two people from Central America seeking asylum in the United States were sent back across the border to Mexico on Thursday, despite their claims that a return to Mexico was too dangerous.

The returns came as a U.S. federal judge on Friday heard legal arguments on whether or not to halt the policy, known as the Migrant Protection Protocols.

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