Trump administration struggling to find deported parents

US president's government fails to comply with court order to reunite families after hundreds of children were detained for crossing border.


    The Trump administration is having trouble finding the deported parents of hundreds of children who remain in government care.

    The children had been taken from their parents after they crossed the border this spring.

    A judge ordered the family separations to end, but compliance has been a problem.


    Al Jazeera's Heidi Zhou-Castro has the story.


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