Migrants seek refuge in churches in the US

Trump is forging ahead with his border wall and crackdown on migrants and asylum seekers but behind the political posturing are the lives of real people.

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    As part of its crackdown on migrants, the Trump administration has already stopped providing care for asylum seekers. One church in San Diego which provides shelter for migrants has been overwhelmed with people needing help.

    But it has now been told to turn them away because of fire safety rules.

    Al Jazeera's Rob Reynolds reports.


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