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A dangerous scramble to evacuate Afghan nonprofit workers

Among vulnerable Afghans left behind after the US withdrawal last month were thousands of people who worked for small nonprofits

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Biden administration to deport Haitians in south Texas

The chaotic situation, with thousands of Haitians crossing the Rio Grande each day to reach US soil, has posed a new, urgent challenge for the Biden administration

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50 years after Vietnam, thousands flee another lost American war

As similar scenes of chaos and desperation unfold in Kabul with the conclusion of America’s 20-year war in Afghanistan, most analysts say there is little chance the country will repeat the…

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‘No place for a child’: Inside the tent camp housing thousands of migrant children

Oscar Escamilla, the acting executive officer of the U.S. Border Patrol in the Rio Grande Valley, said “it would be better for everybody” if there were room to move the migrant children into…

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Biden faces pressure to make amends on family separation

More than 1,000 migrant children still in the United States likely remain separated from their parents,

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New US citizenship test is longer and more difficult

Another new question, 'Why did the United States enter the Vietnam War?' has one answer that is considered correct: 'to stop the spread of Communism'

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