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Uncertainty for migrants as Covid-era US border rules expire

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Pandemic-era rules that have allowed US border guards to summarily expel hundreds of thousands of would-be asylum-seekers expired Friday, setting up an uncertain future for migrants and inflaming America's always-churning immigration debate. FRANCE 24's Wassim Cornet reports from the border.

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