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Deportations of criminal immigrants have fallen to the lowest levels since President Barack Obama took office in 2009.
Obama must prioritize deportations because he does not have a blank check.
The good news for many children and families is that, under the new executive orders, many of these deportations will be deferred or prosecutorial discretion will be exercised not to deport.
These deportations are in breach of customary international law which requires all countries to abide by the principle of non-refoulement (no forced returns) to countries where people face imminent risks.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Popular resistance leader Mahmoud al-Zaq on Monday condemned Israel's deportation of Ayman Sharawna to the Gaza Strip.
Hamadeh said March 14 MPs plan to submit queries in Parliament to the government about the deportations in order "to prosecute those who acted with or without a cover from the government to deport the 14 Syrians.
Taiwan's Premier Wu Den-yih has demanded an apology from the Philippine government over the deportations.
The European Union should act if the European Commission establishes that France has broken European law with its deportations of Roma, EU Justice Commissioner Viviane Reding said on Friday, but declined to say what measures these could be.
Eric is only one of a number of students whose deportations the Obama administration has declined to pursue, sensibly focusing its efforts on deporting those undocumented immigrants who have committed crimes.
National flags in black dress were out on all public buildings on March 25 as Latvia marked 61 years since the Soviet deportations took place in 1949, reports LETA.
Reports earlier in the week suggested that UAE Ambassador to Lebanon Rahma Hussein al-Zaabi was asked by Prime Minister-designate Saad al-Hariri for an explanation for the deportations.
In turn, Hariri explained to the ambassador that the deportations would have a negative effect on Lebanon's economy and on Sunni-Shiite ties in the Arab World as a whole.