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Lawyers welcome US court order to slow deportations of separated families

DNA Tuesday, 17 July 2018
The families had been separated amid a broader crackdown on illegal immigration by Trump's administration, sparking an international outcry.
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According to Reuters, Lawyers for immigrant families separated at the border by the U.S. government said a federal judge’s order barring rapid deportations until at least next Tuesday would give them breathing room as they struggled for access to clients.

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