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For the first time since 1961, the Stars and Stripes are flying over the US embassy in Havana.

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For the first time since 1961, the Stars and Stripes are flying over the US embassy in Havana.

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The Obama Administration claims that "immigrant family detention" stopped last year's surge of people fleeing violence and poverty in Central America.

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The Obama Administration claims that "immigrant family detention" stopped last year's surge of people fleeing violence and poverty in Central America.

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President Obama boasts that illegal crossings of the Mexican border are the lowest in 40 years. But for kids, it's another story.

The Tragedy of Immigrant Children — Travelling Alone

President Obama boasts that illegal crossings of the Mexican border are the lowest in 40 years. But for kids, it's another story.

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