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Venezuelan Leidy Navarro (left) walks with her daughter Valentina Caceres back to their home in Ureña, Venezuela, after picking her up at school in Cúcuta, Colombia, in March. Juan Pablo Bayona/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Venezuela's Teachers And Students Skip School For Survival

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U.S. federal agents say an international operation seized 5,300 firearms and components from a transnational criminal organization. ICE Homeland Security Investigations hide caption

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Venezuelan Constituent Assembly's member Nicolás Maduro Guerra, son of Venezulan President Nicolas Maduro, walks before a session in Caracas on August 8, 2017. The U.S. government targeted the younger Maduro with sanctions on Friday. Juan Barreto/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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News Brief: Democratic Debate, Migrant Smugglers, G-20 Summit

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The Story Behind That Photo Of A Father And Daughter On The Banks Of The Rio Grande

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Trump Administration's 'Remain In Mexico' Policy Leaves Migrants Confused, Scared

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Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is calling for severe punishment after 86 pounds of cocaine were found in the luggage of an advance plane for his trip to Japan. Bolsonaro (center) is seen here preparing to leave for this week's G-20 meeting in Osaka. Alan Santos/Brazilian Presidency / Reuters hide caption

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Reporters Tour Texas Holding Facility For Migrant Children

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Rosa Ramírez cries as she looks at photos of her son Óscar Alberto Martínez Ramírez, 25, and granddaughter Valeria, nearly 2, while speaking to journalists at her home in San Martín, El Salvador, on Tuesday. The drowned bodies of her son and granddaughter were found Monday morning on the banks of the Rio Grande. Antonio Valladares/AP hide caption

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House Passes Bill To Address Border Crisis With $4.5 Billion In Emergency Funding

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More Asylum-Seekers To The U.S. Are Stuck In Mexican Shelters

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News Brief: Robert Mueller, Border Crisis, Presidential Debate

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President Nayib Bukele Promises To Transform El Salvador

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