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As Haiti slips from the headlines, the country remains unstable and a humanitarian crisis looms. While an international peace keeping force with almost 2,000 U.S. Marines remains in Haiti, armed gangs control many areas, disrupting food supplies that more than 250,00 people urgently need. The United Nations has requested $35 million to fund emergency operations.
WASHINGTON — On the campaign trail, Donald Trump made immigration the centerpiece of his campaign, promising to build a “big, beautiful wall” across the 2,000-mile U.S.-Mexico border, round up 2 million to 3 million noncitizens with criminal records, impose an ideological test and “extreme” vetting for would-be immigrants and much more. In the year since the election that propelled the Republican into the White House, how has the Trump administration’s record matched up with the rhetoric?
Washington, D.C. (July 07, 2003) – With United States troops still deployed in Afghanistan, Iraq and now possibly Liberia, the Migration Policy Institute (MPI), the nation’s leading think tank dedicated to studying the movement of people worldwide, releases comprehensive data on the foreign born serving in the U.S. Armed Forces.