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Month: October 2023

Texas volvió a desplegar una barrera para disuadir a los inmigrantes sin permiso federal. Esta vez es en la frontera de Nuevo México

Ángela Reyes Haczek (CNN) — El gobernador republicano de Texas, Greg Abbott, y el Gobierno de Joe Biden están librando una batalla silenciosa por el despliegue de alambre de púas en la frontera con el vecino Nuevo México, su último intento de frenar a los inmigrantes indocumentados en territorio federal y sin permiso para hacerlo.

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Belarusians who fled repression face new hurdles as they try to rebuild their lives abroad

By YURAS KARMANAU Associated Press TALLINN, Estonia (AP) — Hundreds of thousands of Belarusians who fled repression in their homeland face the prospect of having invalid documents after authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko signed a decree halting passport renewals abroad. Many of these self-exiles left Belarus amid a harsh government crackdown over the disputed 2020 presidential

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Hungary bans teenagers from visiting World Press Photo exhibition over display of LGBTQ+ images

By JUSTIN SPIKE Associated Press BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — People younger than 18 have been barred from visiting the World Press Photo exhibition in Hungary after the government determined some of its photos violate a contentious law restricting LGBTQ+ content. A set of five photos in the prestigious global exhibition, which depict elderly members of

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Mississippi gubernatorial contenders Reeves and Presley will have 1 debate to cap a tough campaign

By EMILY WAGSTER PETTUS Associated Press JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Mississippi Republican Gov. Tate Reeves and Democratic challenger Brandon Presley were set to face off Wednesday night in their only debate to cap a hard-fought campaign, six days before the Nov. 7 general election. The two men have proposed significantly different platforms for governing Mississippi,

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Donald Trump Jr. testifies he never worked on the key documents in his father’s civil fraud trial

By MICHAEL R. SISAK and JENNIFER PELTZ Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Trump Jr. testified Wednesday that he never worked on his father’s financial statements, the documents now at the heart of the civil fraud trial that threatens former President Donald Trump’s real estate empire. The ex-president’s eldest son is an executive vice

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Helicopters drop water on Oahu wildfire for 2nd day, while some native koa and ohia trees burn

By AUDREY McAVOY Associated Press HONOLULU (AP) — Helicopters are battling a wildfire in remote mountainous area of Hawaii’s Central Oahu as flames burn native koa and ohia trees. No structures or homes were threatened and no evacuations were ordered. Multiple helicopters from the Honolulu Fire Department, the U.S. Army and the state dropped buckets

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The White House is working on a strategy to combat Islamophobia. Many Muslim Americans are skeptical

By AAMER MADHANI, SEUNG MIN KIM and ZEKE MILLER Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House has announced that President Joe Biden’s administration is developing a national strategy to combat Islamophobia. But the effort is being met with skepticism from many Muslim Americans because of the administration’s staunch support of Israel’s military assault in

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Texas again deployed a barrier to deter migrants without a federal permit. This time at the New Mexico border

By Rosa Flores and Sara Weisfeldt, CNN (CNN) — A battle is quietly brewing between Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbott and the Biden administration over the state’s deployment of razor wire at its border with neighboring New Mexico – its latest effort to curb illegal immigration on federal land without a permit. The International Boundary and Water

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