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One Year After Border Surge, Many Central American Refugees Remain in Limbo


A year ago, the nation’s attention across the U.S. was focused on what was described as a surge of immigrants from Central America, many of whom were children unaccompanied by their parents. U.S. immigration authorities detained many of the children and many adults as well, but let thousands free to live with relatives in the United States while awaiting their court hearing. VOA’s Greg Flakus reports from Houston.

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