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Almost 2,000 Children Separated From Parents in Border Crackdown

Almost 2,000 Children Separated From Parents in Border Crackdown On Saturday, a spokesperson for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) confirmed 1,995 children have been affected by the “zero-tolerance” immigration policy. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the policy last month, saying… Attorney General Jeff Sessions, via 'Time' The separations occurred during a six-week period between April 19 and May 31. The DHS reported the numbers reflect parents who were undocumented immigrants, have possible criminal conduct, have immigration violations or could not be verified as kin to the children. According to 'Time,' the children are taken to juvenile centers, and it is unclear whether or not they are eventually reunited with their parents.

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