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Newsy 2 Oct 2020

Unable To Deport Cubans, ICE Keeps Many Indefinitely Locked Up

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Cuba stopped accepting deportees in March. Still, the Trump administration is keeping many Cubans detained at increase risk of catching the virus.


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