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A Chinese woman whose application for asylum in the U.S. was rejected due to her complicity in coercive family planning policies has lost her appeal.
Police suspect that around 200 people rescued from a human trafficking camp in southern Thailand claiming Turkish identity may really be ethnic
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Kirk Semple, Joseph Goldstein, and Jeffrey E. Singer report on an official crackdown on fraudulent asylum-seeking in New York’s Chinatown,
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