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Families Divided

Facing a Tuesday deadline to reunite about 100 migrant toddlers with their parents, feds say they've reunited 2

At a federal court hearing in California on Monday, a government lawyer also said that nearly half of those children won't be reunited by the Tuesday deadline.

Javier Alejandro Vindel-Rodriguez (center) looks down at the Rio Grande with his siblings, Yenci (left) and Jesus Samuel on Sunday, June 24, 2018. Their family left Honduras in January, and have slowly made their way to Matamoros.

Families Divided

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