The U.S. Attorney General on Tuesday struck down a decision that had allowed some asylum seekers to ask for bond in front of an immigration judge, in a ruling that expands indefinite detention for some migrants who must wait months or years for their cases to be heard. (Reuters US News) More
Opinion | China has a willing partner in India on the belt and road, but only on fair and open terms South China Morning Post
Cooperation between the two on the infrastructure plan would benefit both, but will remain a step too far as long as Indian fears over the initiative's aims and ...
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DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) — Syria's transport ministry says Iraqi Airways flights to Damascus expected for the first time since the war erupted in 2011 have been ...
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The American Civil Liberties Union on Thursday filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration for its policy of denying bond hearings to asylum seekers who ...
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Updates from William Barr's Senate hearing on Mueller report Arizona Daily Star
Follow the latest news as Attorney General William Barr fields questions from the Senate Judiciary Committee on the Mueller report.
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Immigration Judge Ashley Tabaddor called the Justice Department's latest move to deny asylum-seekers bond hearings “highly problematic,” saying courts ...
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But understanding why the detained population fluctuates so significantly is more complicated than looking at the number of beds.
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