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Border Crisis: Children in Limbo #1127049

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Jul 12, 2014
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(Studio: Miguel Marquez) Report introduced.

(Studio: Rosa Flores) The plight of children who are sent back home after illegally entering the US featured; photos shown of children in detention centers; statement from Honduras Chancellor Mireya Agüero Corrales† urging the administration to keep the children and their families in the states quoted; details given about the violence in Honduras. [Former Secretary of State Hillary CLINTON – says they should be sent back as soon as it can be determined who the responsible adults in their families are.]

(Studio: Miguel Marquez) Live discussion held with CNN correspondents Flores, Polo Sandoval† and Gary Tuchman† about the immigration crisis. [FLORES – comments on the violence and poverty in Central American countries.] [TUCHMAN – says most people are not aware of how tough the journey to the US will be.] [SANDOVAL – says the government has enough faith in some of these countries to send some money to create more opportunity.]

Marquez, Miguel;
Flores, Rosa

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