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Previously deported parents hope to resume asylum claims and get their children back

SAN DIEGO - Seventeen parents who had been separated from their children by immigration authorities were released from a detention center near Calexico this week, more than a month after they returned to the Mexico border to claim asylum in the United States.

The parents had all previously entered the U.S. and

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