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Trump administration family separation policy

Eighteen attorneys general, representing seventeen U.S. states and Washington DC, sue the Trump administration over migrant family separations at the U.S. border with Mexico. The litigants demand around 2,000 migrant children be reunited with their families.

Legal challenge says president's executive order too 'vague' to guarantee end to policy

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  1. Eighteen attorneys general, representing seventeen US states and Washington DC, sue President Donald Trump's administration over migrant family separations at the US border with Mexico. The litigants demand around 2,000 migrant children be reunited with their families.
  2. Eighteen attorneys general, representing seventeen U.S. states and Washington DC, sue the Trump administration over migrant family separations at the U.S. border with Mexico. The litigants demand around 2,000 migrant children be reunited with their families.

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