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2,700 Central American children could be reunited with families in settlement

The Trump administration and lawyers for refugee advocates reached a settlement Friday that could allow 2,714 Central American children to be reunited with their families in the United States.

Under the settlement, which needs to be approved by a judge, the government has to present

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