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April 20, 2017
We hear reaction to news that the Trump administration for the first time has deported a DACA recipient. Also, what's behind the downward trend in illegal border crossings at the US-Mexico border? Plus, we find out how some trash pickers in Morocco went from poverty to well-paid employees. And, the strange case in London of some stolen giraffes. Just how do you steal a giraffe?
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The deportation of 23-year-old Juan Manuel Montes has made many people given temporary status reason to be nervous. "Now I can't help but look over my shoulder," says Martha Zavala Perez.
Over the centuries London has had more than its fair share of bank robberies, diamond thefts and even train robberies. This month, police solved something a little more exotic: the great British taxidermy heist.
A social media firestorm is raging in South Korea over a comment from US President Donald Trump that Korea used to be a part of China. The government in Seoul says that’s not true. But is it?
A doctor in Michigan just got arrested on charges of performing female genital mutilation on young girls. For many, it came as a shock — but mutilating women is a widespread practice around the globe, and it's happening in the US.
How about Mexico? Some migrants are now considering the country as a possible home, instead of risking getting caught and deported at the US border.
Fifteen million people around the world have perhaps the worst job imaginable: scavenging junk from the world's dumps. But in Morocco, a group of trash pickers has made the transition to well-paid employees of a new recycling center. And they hope it's an example others can follow.
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