No Outside Observers Allowed in Tent Courts for Migrants Waiting in Mexico

Outside observers will not be allowed without permission inside tent courts in South Texas where the Trump administration is processing thousands of migrants forced to wait in Mexico, U.S. officials said Wednesday. The first hearings under the

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