Conflict & Justice

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Conflict & Justice

Without lawyers, 90% of children crossing into the US alone seeking safety could be sent back

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Molly Castillo-Keefe helps migrant children in Chicago seek shelter and asylum. About half of them, she says, have experienced violence in their home countries. And if current numbers are any indication, nearly all of those seeking asylum from violence will be sent home if they don't find a lawyer to represent them.

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Cuba: My Revolution

Cuban artist Inverna Lockpez initially threw herself into Fidel Castro's revolution jettisoning her plans for art school. She ran afoul of the regime and fled to the US. Now she's telling her story. Anchor Lisa Mullins interviews Inverna Lockpez.

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Dusseldorf bans beer bikes

A court in Dusseldorf, Germany, has banned beer bikes. If you're not familiar with beer bikes they are kind of like bars on wheels. The court banned the bikes because they encourage raucous behavior. More from Anchor Marco Werman.

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Cordoba's history of tolerance

The controversial Islamic cultural center near Ground Zero in New York is to be named �Cordoba House.� The name honors the Spanish city of Cordoba. The World's Gerry Hadden went to Cordoba to explore that past, and the present.