Title 42: Controversial Trump-era immigration policy remains in place
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The US announced new measures to replace the Trump-era "Title 42" immigration policy. Border authorities are expecting an increase in migrants seeking to enter the US.
US authorities are bracing for a surge in illegal immigration along the southern border in the next few days. A Trump-era policy known as Title 42, which allowed for officials to quickly return migrants to Mexico, is set to end late on Thursday. The change could put pressure on an already fragile asylum system. We take a closer look and get analysis from FRANCE 24's Peter O'Brien.
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