After Dorian, who gets to come to the US?

September 09, 2019

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People wait in line to get in a Delta airplane at the Leonard M. Thompson International Airport during an evacaution operation after Hurricane Dorian hit the Abaco Islands in Marsh Harbour, the Bahamas, on Sept. 8, 2019. 


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Thousands of Bahamians are trying to relocate after Hurricane Dorian. Some of them are trying to join family in the US, prompting questions about who is able to leave the Bahamas and how. The negotiations to end the Afghan war took a stunning turn over the weekend when President Donald Trump revealed a plan to invite Afghan and Taliban leaders to Camp David and then said that the plan had been canceled. On Monday, Trump declared any talks between the US and the Taliban dead. What does this mean for the end of war in Afghanistan? And protests continue in Hong Kong, where protestors have been fighting what they call a "revolution in the streets." But how much revolution will Beijing tolerate? 


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