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Why hundreds of migrant children are still separated from their parents
A court has ordered the Trump administration to reunite migrant families separated at the border, but the process has been slow and chaotic. The Washington Post looks at why children were taken from their parents in the first place, and why the government is struggling to bring them back together
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