Confusion after Trump reverses family separation policy

Given the US president's new executive order, it is unclear what happens to the children currently separated from their parents.

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    For migrant families, the reversal of US President Donald Trump's family separation policy provides little clarity, only confusion.

    They want to know when they will be reunited and what will happen when the 20-day detention limit expires.

    Al Jazeera's Gabriel Elizondo went looking for answers in Brownsville, Texas, near the border with Mexico.


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