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Lawyer says Indian man on hunger strike in US detention centre force fed by authorities

The 35-year-old man from India said he would rather starve to death in custody than be deported back to India, where he says he fears for his life because of his political activism.

Explained: Trump's immigrant policy; what the ICE planned, and why

Illegal immigration is an issue that the US has been grappling with for decades, and over 10 million undocumented migrants are currently known to be residing in the country.


Ordered deported, migrants hit with fines running into hundreds of thousands

Earlier this week, President Donald Trump signed an executive order shortly after his inauguration that called on the Department of Homeland Security to collect all fines and penalties from anyone who had entered the country illegally.

Doctors say immigration agents, and their own hospitals, endanger migrant health

Representatives for the two main agencies responsible for detaining migrants — Customs and Border Protection, on the border, and Immigration and Customs Enforcement, which oversees longer-term detention — declined to discuss the issue.

'There were children,' says migrant mother tear-gassed at US border

Three tear gas canisters shot from the US side landed around Meza and her children, who range in age from toddlers to teenagers, she said in an interview at a Tijuana migrant shelter.

Anyone entering US illegally would be arrested, detained and deported back, warns Trump

Trump said his administration has informed the three countries - Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador – that America will stop all payments to them if they allow their citizens to enter the US.


One face of immigration in America is a family tree rooted in Asia

The Donald Trump administration is pushing policies supposedly intended to favor immigrants who have valuable skills at a time when newcomers already are, on average, at their most educated.

Protesters flood US cities to fight Trump immigration policy

In major cities and tiny towns, hundreds of thousands of marchers gathered Saturday across America, moved by accounts of children separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border,

Donald Trump tries to change focus of border debate

Trump has been firing back, sometimes twisting facts and changing his story but nonetheless highlighting the genuine grief of families on the other side of the equation.

What's Happening: Border confusion after Trump about-face

Donald Trump told lawmakers Friday to just give up until after the November midterm elections when he anticipates a "Red Wave". Here's a look at the latest developments.