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Family of Immigrant Killed by Wash. Police Gets Documents   - 20 Hours ago
The family of an unarmed Mexican immigrant fatally shot by police in Pasco, Washington , has been given forensic reports and other documents from the investigation into his death. Authorities released
  
    



Afghan soldier gets U.S. asylum   - 20 Hours ago
Story highlights One of three Afghan soldiers who fled a Massachusetts base is granted asylum U.S. initially denied asylum on grounds that Taliban was not a government Maj. Jan Mohammad Arash, who has
  
    




Family of Immigrant Killed by Police Gets Documents   - 20 Hours ago
The family of an unarmed Mexican immigrant who was fatally shot by police in Washington state has been given forensic reports and other documents from the investigation into his death. Authorities
  
    



American tourists steadily rising at Peace Arch border crossing   - 16 Hours ago
The number of Americans crossing into Canada continues to steadily rise at Peace Arch. Last May, U.S. visitors into B.C. climbed close to 222,000 in 2015 up from 171,000 in 2012, according to figures
  
    



Former Afghan Soldier Granted Asylum In U.S.   - 16 Hours ago
A soldier in the Afghan Army who went missing during a training exercise at a U.S. military base in Massachusetts last year has been granted asylum by the United States, his lawyer said on June 30. Major
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U.S. tourists steadily rising at Peace Arch border crossing   - 16 Hours ago
The number of Americans crossing into Canada continues to steadily rise at Peace Arch.  Last May, U.S. visitors into B.C. climbed close to 222,000 in 2015 up from 171,000 in 2012, according to figures
  
    


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Hillary Clinton Speaks out for Immigration Reform   - 12 Hours ago
Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton said here in a speech to a major Hispanic organisation that her commitment to immigration reform includes a path to citizenship for the undocumented. "I
  
    



US rules out northern Syria buffer zone   - 12 Hours ago
WASHINGTON – Anadolu Agency The U.S. has ruled out support for a buffer zone in northern Syria amid renewed fighting just across Turkey’s southern border, according to a U.S. State Department
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Former Afghan Soldier Granted Asylum In U.S., Lawyer Says   - 13 Hours ago
A soldier in the Afghanistan army who went missing during a training exercise at a U.S. military base in Massachusetts last year has been granted asylum by the United States, his lawyer said June 30.
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Former Afghan soldier who fled U.S. training granted asylum   - 14 Hours ago
World Bulletin / News Desk A soldier in the Afghanistan army who went missing during a training exercise at a U.S. military base in Massachusetts last year has been granted asylum by the United States
  
    



Former Afghan soldier who fled U.S. training granted asylum: lawyer   - 15 Hours ago
Demanjo NewsDesk - Last Updated: 4 hours ago Share on facebook Major Jan Mohammad Arash was one of three Afghan soldiers who turned themselves in at a Canadian border crossing in New York state in
  
    



Former Afghan soldier who fled U.S. training granted asylum - lawyer   - 17 Hours ago
Raouf Zia  Former Afghan soldier who fled U.S. training granted asylum: lawyer http://t.co/gfpXtEer6w  7 minutes ago NewsHitterTeam   http://t.co/sslKFQKTLL  10 minutes ago T MADANKUMAR. INC  RT @vazhapadi
  
    


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Former Afghan soldier who fled U.S. training granted asylum - …   - 18 Hours ago
BOSTON (Reuters) - A soldier in the Afghanistan army who went missing during a training exercise at a U.S. military base in Massachusetts last year has been granted asylum by the United States, his lawyer
  
    



Afghan soldier gets U.S. asylum   - 20 Hours ago
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Richards investigated for OxyContin   - 18 Hours ago
NHL veteran Mike Richards is under investigation for alleged possession of a restricted substance while attempting to cross the Canada-U.S. border. A source tells the Winnipeg Sun Manitoba RCMP are
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Protesters at rally over bused immigrants sue cops   - 21 Hours ago
Two men who rallied in support of in Murrieta, Calif. last year have filed a federal lawsuit against local and county police, claiming they refused to intervene when anti-immigration demonstrators verbally
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Former Afghan soldier who fled U.S. training granted asylum: lawyer   - 23 Hours ago
BOSTON Major Jan Mohammad Arash was one of three Afghan soldiers who turned themselves in at a Canadian border crossing in New York state in September after disappearing from an exercise at Joint Base
  
    



Female boxer's toughest fight: Navigating U.S.-Mexico border   - 24 Hours ago
Leslie Hernandez's dream came true when Mexico asked her to box for her native country in the 2016 Olympics. The only problem was that she had been living in the U.S. illegally since she was a child and
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MAPLE Business Council Brings Attention to Canadian & American National Celebrations   - 6/30/2015
Innovative Social Media Campaign Celebrates the Strong Ties and Trade Opportunities Between Southern California and Canada TUSTIN, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jun. 30, 2015-- Today MAPLE Business Council,
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Hollywood stars urge undocumented immigrants to "come out"   - 6/30/2015
Undocumented immigrants are going Hollywood. In an effort to get more Americans to understand their stories and push Washington to pass an immigration law, advocates kick off a campaign Tuesday to get
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Pope's Cuba-US Itinerary Announced: Homeless, Immigrants, Prisoners, Religious Liberty   - 6/30/2015
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Companies sever ties with Trump over remarks on immigration   - 6/30/2015
NBC Universal is just one of several companies from Mexico to Chicago to end business relationships with Donald Trump after his comments about Mexican immigrants. The decision comes just two weeks after
  
    



EU Official: Hungary's Immigrant Flow Like in Italy, Greece   - 6/30/2015
The European Union's top migration official says the pressure faced by Hungary from flows of migrants and refugees is similar to what Greece and Italy are facing with migration across the Mediterranean
  
    



MAPLE Business Council Brings Attention to Canadian & American National Celebrations   - 6/30/2015
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US doctor, kids allowed in after detention at OR Tambo under SA’s new immigration   - 6/30/2015
OR Tambo International Airport. File photo. Image by: RUSSELL ROBERTS A physician from the world-famous Mayo Clinic in America and her three children were detained on arrival at Johannesburg’s OR
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