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Border Patrol Parent Agency Issues Custody Standards

Oct. 5
By Associated Press
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U.S. Customs and Border Protection has come under criticism for its custody conditions from advocacy groups who compiled extensive complaints from immigrants.

Hundreds Of Mentally Ill Deportees May Seek Return To U.S.

Oct. 2
By Jean Guerrero
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A settlement between the American Civil Liberties Union and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security will allow mentally ill deportees to apply for their immigration cases to be reopened.

Petition Asks For Mexico Cottage In Balboa Park

Sept. 30
By Jean Guerrero
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Balboa Park's display of international cottages doesn't include Mexico. Activists are asking Mayor Kevin Faulconer for a stand-alone House of Mexico.

Call For Justice Continues 1 Year After Disappearance Of 43 Mexican Students

Sept. 28
Midday Edition
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It's been a year since a busload of students disappeared in the Mexican state of Guerrero. A rally in San Diego over the weekend demanded answers and justice.

Experts Say Look North, Not South, For Terrorists Crossing Into The U.S.

Sept. 23
Lorne Matalon / Fronteras
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The U.S. has fortified the Mexican border since Sept. 11, 2001 to intercept illegal immigrants and terrorists. But some say the Canadian border presents a much greater threat of terrorism.

San Diegans React To Sainthood Of Father Junípero Serra

Sept. 23
By Jean Guerrero
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Pope Francis canonizes Junípero Serra amid mixed feelings. Some San Diegans think the missionary deserves to be named a saint, while others think the canonization ignores abuses against Native Americans.

Effort To ID John Doe On Life Support In San Diego County May Pay Off

Sept. 18
By Joanne Faryon / inewsource
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An unlikely alliance of elected officials, border enforcement, the Mexican Consulate and others have banded together to find the true identity of a John Doe on life support.

Memorial For The Deported Unveiled In San Ysidro

Sept. 21
By Jean Guerrero
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Bishop Robert McElroy consecrated a memorial wall dedicated to families separated by deportations, celebrating this week's arrival of Pope Francis in the U.S.

'Guero Loco' Brings The Beat To Bilingual Education

Sept. 17
Simon Thompson / KRWG
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The former Marine and bilingual rapper tours the U.S. to promote bilingual learning with hip-hop and reggaeton beats.

Pew Data: Fewer Babies Born To Immigrants Who Are In US Illegally

Sept. 16
Kate Sheehy / KJZZ

Data collected by the Pew Research Center shows that close to 300,000 babies were born to parents in the U.S. illegally in 2013; 8 percent of the nearly 4 million births in the U.S. that year. This is a drop from the peak in 2007 when they made up 9 percent of total births.

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