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The asylum regulation, which went into effect Tuesday, may force Guatemala to take in migrants from elsewhere in Central America. Critics say this is a problem for the impoverished, violent country.

Trump Administration’s New Asylum Policy Will Strain Guatemala, Critics Say

By Carrie Kahn NPR
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