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The Trump administration wants to throw out the 1997 Flores settlement and allow immigration officials to hold migrant children for longer than 20 days.
"While you're at it, could you also let those kids in cages out?" the singer asked the president.
The American rapper's ongoing detention has led to a public outcry from celebrities, hip-hop artists, politicians and fans.
Chief Carla Provost criticized "completely inappropriate" posts from agents in the group, though she reportedly participated in the group last year.
The “Morning Joe” host said Mike Pence should reacquaint himself with what the Bible says about caring for children.
President Donald Trump halted mass immigration raids at the request of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, but vowed to carry them out if he can’t reach an immigration deal with Democrats.
A Department of Justice attorney argued that migrant children staying in government facilities are not entitled to a bed or soap.
"In my 22 years of doing visits with children in detention I have never heard of this level of inhumanity."
“What you had, in effect, was a kidnapping,” said one lawyer for the crew who were held for weeks at sea.
The babies -- some less than 6 months old -- are being held in a Texas facility with inadequate care, a complaint alleges.
Chinese authorities are forcing some detained Uighurs and Kazakhs to work in factories, the AP reports.
Lawyers say that new Trump administration regulations could keep immigrant children detained indefinitely in unlicensed facilities.
It looked like they "had not bathed him the 85 days he was away from us," said the boy's mom.
“Once you’re strapped down, they have total control over you,” a Honduran child said about being restrained in a chair for hours at a Virginia facility.
New Jersey teacher Ahmed Abdelbasit, who has been detained by ICE, told HuffPost, “If they send me back to Egypt, I will be hung right away.”
Immigration and Customs Enforcement disputes elements of their stories. But lawyers and immigrant rights groups fear an alarming trend is developing under the Trump administration.
“I would rather die than spend one more day in detention."
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