US: Crowds protest delays in reuniting migrant families

There have been more protests against the US government's actions on migration.

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    There have been more protests against the United States government's actions on migration.

    Two thousand migrant children are still separated from their parents.

    Demonstrators are demanding answers for the delays in reuniting migrant children with their parents.

    Al Jazeera's Gabriel Elizondo reports from McAllen in Texas, near the US border with Mexico.


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