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'Far away from me crying': A family torn apart at the border
Buena Ventura Martin traveled from Guatemala to claim asylum in the United States with her infant son. But when her husband and seven-year-old daughter tried to follow, they were separated at the U.S.-Mexico border. She doesn’t know when her family will be together again.
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