(Zoeann Murphy, Jorge Ribas/The Washington Post)
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Father reunited with son after more than two months: 'I asked God to never separate us again'
Saed, a migrant from Central America, was separated from his eight-year-old son at the U.S.-Mexico border. They were reunited after more than two months apart. He spoke on the condition that he is identified only by his first name out of fear for his safety.
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