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RELATED LINKSThe cost of keeping undocumented minors in the U.S. On the front lines of caring for children who cross the border No country for lost kids HARI SREENIVASAN: Officials in this country have also been dealing with a surge in illegal immigration this past year, most dramatically when a wave of unaccompanied children and young adults flooded north across the U.S.-Mexican border last spring and summer. Many ... Source: pbs.org

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