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In US, hundreds of undocumented migrants still separated from their parents

In May 2018, Donald Trump's "zero tolerance" policy on illegal immigration led to more than 3,000 children being separated from their parents and placed in detention centres. A month later, the US president signed a decree to reverse this decision. But since then, more than 245 new cases of undocumented children separated from their parents have been reported. Today, nearly 10,000 undocumented minors are still being placed in 100 US camps. Our correspondents report from the largest, in Miami.

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