the Context

  1. Markdown
  2. JSON
  3. XML


Trump administration family separation policy

The United Nations Human Rights Council issues a condemnation of the separation of migrant children from their parents, saying it "may amount to torture", and the recent executive order "does not address the situation of those children who have already been pulled away from their parents."

The US president recently signed an executive order aimed at stopping family separation, but human rights groups say that the measure doesn't go far enough

  1. The Independent (Image)

Changes:

  1. The United Nations issues a condemnation to the separation of children of migrants from their parents, calling it "torture", and saying the recent executive order "does not address the situation of those children who have already been pulled away from their parents."
  2. The United Nations issues a condemnation to the separation of children of migrants from their parents, stating that it "may amount to torture", and that the recent executive order "does not address the situation of those children who have already been pulled away from their parents."
  3. The United Nations Human Rights Council issues a condemnation of the separation of migrant children from their parents, stating that it "may amount to torture", and that the recent executive order "does not address the situation of those children who have already been pulled away from their parents."
  4. The United Nations Human Rights Council issues a condemnation of the separation of migrant children from their parents, saying it "may amount to torture", and the recent executive order "does not address the situation of those children who have already been pulled away from their parents."

Related: