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The surge of Central American migrants is straining dozens of interior checkpoints along the U.S.-Mexico border — with temporary closures of some posts and the reassignment of agents at others.

Trump Hopes U.S.-Mexico Deal Will Stem The Flow Of Asylum-Seekers

By Eric Westervelt NPR
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