US border wall: Construction on sacred land

How Donald Trump's border wall with Mexico could be putting centuries-old Native American sites at risk.

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    Construction on United States President Donald Trump's border wall with Mexico is moving ahead.

    In Arizona, parts of the barrier will cut through sites considered sacred to some Native American tribes.

    But tribal elders say they will not let that happen without a fight.

    Al Jazeera's Rob Reynolds reports from Quitobaquito Springs, Arizona,


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