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L.A. Immigrants Protest INS Detentions

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Thousands of Iranian-Americans protest INS detentions of sons, brothers and fathers. A new anti-terrorism effort requires male visitors from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Sudan and Syria to register, but some who sought to register were detained. Meanwhile, there's a legal challenge to detentions of Muslim and Arab men in the wake of Sept. 11. NPR's Andy Bowers and NPR's Margot Adler report.



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