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18 Jul 2023
Now that Title 42 has expired, shelters and locals in US border cities like El Paso are getting ready for an anticipated rise in migrant arrivals in the weeks to come.
22 May 2023
The club's forward had pointed out fans allegedly shouting racist chants at him during a match, prompting the referees to stop the game for 10 minutes. Real Madrid said the abuse constitutes a "hate crime."

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