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Trump suggests he could deport 11 million migrants if he doesn’t get border wall funding in veiled shutdown threat: ‘Be careful Nancy’

Trump suggests he could deport 11 million migrants if he doesn’t get border wall funding in veiled shutdown threat: ‘Be careful Nancy’Donald Trump has implied he could launch a “big push” to deport millions of illegal immigrants if he does not get $ 5.6bn funding for his border wall, in a veiled threat to Democrats over the US government shutdown. As the partial shutdown – triggered by the president’s failure to agree with Democrats a government funding bill if it does not contain money for a wall – entered its 30th day, he warned speaker Nancy Pelosi to “be careful” after she and Democratic Senate leader Chuck Schumer rejected “compromises” he had offered to end the stalemate. In a live televised address on Saturday, Mr Trump had pitched extending protections to some undocumented migrants in return for funding for a wall on the US-Mexico border.



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Trump Plans To Pay Millions To Mexico So It'll Deport Undocumented Immigrants

Trump Plans To Pay Millions To Mexico So It'll Deport Undocumented ImmigrantsRemember President Donald Trump's insistence that Mexico would pay for his



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A Texas Sheriff's Deputy Sexually Assaulted a 4-Year-Old and Threatened to Deport Her Mother, Police Say

A Texas Sheriff's Deputy Sexually Assaulted a 4-Year-Old and Threatened to Deport Her Mother, Police SayInvestigators arrested the 47-year-old on suspicion of super aggravated sexual assault of a child



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Flight School Instructors Accused of Kidnapping Foreign Student, Trying to Deport Him

Flight School Instructors Accused of Kidnapping Foreign Student, Trying to Deport HimA flight school instructor and his assistant were arrested after allegedly kidnapping a student, trying to send him back to China.



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Ex-Ambassador To Vietnam Quit Because Trump Planned To Deport More Refugees

Ex-Ambassador To Vietnam Quit Because Trump Planned To Deport More RefugeesAs deportations and detentions continue to rock the Vietnamese community in



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ICE Set To Deport Undocumented Father Whose 5-Year-Old Son Is Battling Cancer

ICE Set To Deport Undocumented Father Whose 5-Year-Old Son Is Battling CancerImmigration and Customs Enforcement plans to deport an undocumented man from Mexico whose child is battling cancer.



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House Blocks Trump's Order To Deport Palestinian Man Living In U.S. For 39 Years

House Blocks Trump's Order To Deport Palestinian Man Living In U.S. For 39 YearsLast month, with a deportation order hanging over his head, Amer Othman Adi, 57, and his family were making preparations to leave their life in Youngstown, Ohio, willingly.



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Authorities Deport Man Who Had Lived In The U.S. For 30 Years

Authorities Deport Man Who Had Lived In The U.S. For 30 YearsJorge Garcia, 39, bid his family farewell Monday under the watchful gaze of Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents, who required him to return to his native Mexico after living in the Detroit area for 30 years.



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'DREAMers' gave up their personal info for DACA. Now, they wonder, will the U.S. use it to deport them?

'DREAMers' gave up their personal info for DACA. Now, they wonder, will the U.S. use it to deport them?In order to enroll in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, Maria Praeli was required to provide the federal government a trove of personal documents, including her birth certificate, current and previous home addresses, phone numbers, school and medical records, as well as biometric data such as fingerprints and a photo ID.



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EU court rejects 'open-door' policy and upholds right of member states to deport refugees 

EU court rejects 'open-door' policy and upholds right of member states to deport refugees In a ruling which could have far-reaching consequences for how the European Union deals with migrants in future, the European Court of Justice on Wednesday upheld the right of member states to deport asylum-seekers to the first EU country they enter. The ruling amounted to an effective rejection of Angela Merkel’s controversial “open-door” refugee policy, which saw more than one million asylum-seekers flood into Germany. The court ruled that the EU’s Dublin regulations, under which refugees must seek asylum in the first member state they enter, still apply despite the unprecedented influx of 2015. In doing so, the court ignored the advice of Eleanor Sharpston, its British advocate-general, who warned that the system could leave border states “unable to cope”. The court ruled on the cases of two Afghan sisters and a Syrian man who entered the EU during the 2015 crisis. The Jafari sisters, Khadija and Zainab, entered the EU through Croatia after fleeing Afghanistan with their children. At the time, Mrs Merkel had opened Germany’s borders to migrants and Austria was operating a similar policy. Croatia allowed the sisters and their children to cross its territory in order to reach one of the two countries. Peter Foster talks about Merkel's migrant crisis one year on 01:52 They claimed asylum in Austria, but the Austrian government later reversed its position and returned the families to Croatia, ordering them to seek asylum there. The sisters challenged the decision, arguing they should be given asylum in Austria as they had been allowed to cross Croatia and had not entered its territory illegally. In a second case, an unnamed Syrian man challenged his deportation from Slovenia to Croatia under similar circumstances. The court rejected the challenges, ruling that the fact Croatia had allowed the migrants to cross its territory did not mean the Dublin rules had been waived. The ruling will be welcomed in central European countries like Austria and Slovenia, where there is considerable political resistance to letting in more migrants. But it will cause concern in the countries where most migrants first enter the EU, Italy and Greece, which complain the system leaves them to shoulder too much of the burden. FAQ | Dublin Regulation The court’s decision was unexpected, after the judges took the unusual step of ignoring the advice of the advocate-general. In a written opinion issued last month, Ms Sharpston warned that the Dublin system “was simply not designed to cover such exceptional circumstances”. “If border member states, such as Croatia, are deemed to be responsible for accepting and processing exceptionally high numbers of asylum-seekers, there is a real risk that they will simply be unable to cope with the situation,” she wrote. While the ruling will be seen as a victory by many in central Europe, Hungary and Slovakia suffered a setback in a separate case over EU quotas for sharing asylum-seekers between member states. In an opinion presented to the court, Yves Bot, another advocate-general, said the court should reject a bid by the two countries to have the quota system overturned.



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