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Coronavirus Mexican in ICE Detention in Florida: Report

WEST PALM BEACH, Florida – A Mexican immigrant held in Florida died shortly after being tested positive for the corona virus. MERCEDES SCHLAPP ABOUT TRUMP, WHO SAYS HE SIGNS THE ORDER, CITIZENSHIP FOR “DREAMERS” Onoval Perez-Montufa, 51, died Sunday afternoon in a Palm Beach County hospital. This is the result of a press release from the US Immigration and Customs …

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States are suing for ICE, the Trump administrator’s COVID ruling

CONCLUDE At least 80 students living in a dozen fraternities near the University of Washington campus in Seattle have reported that they tested positive for COVID-19. Hundreds of results are still pending, the university said. (3rd of July) AP domestic WASHINGTON – 17 states and the District of Columbia sued President Donald Trump’s government on Monday to block a new …

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Berkeley students planning a fraudulent course to circumvent the ICE rules avoid deportation

Hundreds of students at the University of California at Berkeley are privately discussing a plan to create a “dummy” course to help only international students with F-1 student visas, deportation under the new ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) regulations ) of the United States According to Fox News, at least one faculty member is on board. The plan, which would …

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On the weekend of Independence Day, powerful messages hovered over the ICE detention centers

Written by Jacqui Palumbo, CNN On Independence Day weekend, 80 artists asked Americans to look up at the sky. Throughout July 3 and 4, news related to the immigration of World War II military aircraft at 10,000 feet was posted, covering over 80 locations related to the nationwide network of ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) detention centers, Immigration courts and …

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ICE will deny foreign students visas for universities going online this fall.

The transit ceremony of Mount San Antonio College on June 18 in Walnut, California. Robyn Beck / AFP via Getty Images The Trump administration announced on Monday a new set of immigration policies that would prohibit many overseas college students from coming to or staying in the U.S. this fall when attending a college that teaches online. The U.S. immigration …

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“Ice Giant” – Blasted Fossil Core of a massive Jupiter-sized planet discovered (weekend feature)

Posted on July 5th, 2020 in Astronomy, Exoplanets, Science A strange ice giant, which cannot be explained by previous theories, was discovered by NASA scientists with the Exoplanet Sleuth Transit Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS, which had “first light” on August 7, 2018). The planet TOI-849 b is the most massive planet in Neptune size and the first with a density …

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Melting glaciers cool the Arctic Ocean – possibly explain the recent cooling of Antarctica and the expansion of sea ice

MIT scientists suspect that the extent of the sea ice in the Southern Ocean could increase with the melting of the glaciers in the Antarctic. This image shows a view of Earth on September 21, 2005 with the entire Antarctic region visible. Credit: NASA / Goddard Space Flight Center Research suggests that the melting of the glaciers could explain the …

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The interstellar object Oumuamua can be a huge piece of hydrogen ice

On September 9, 2017, a rocky, elongated body in the shape of a cosmic cigar visited our solar system from outside the Sun’s regions – the first recorded interstellar object to cross through our part of the galaxy. We called it “Oumuamua”, which means “A messenger from afar who arrives first” in Hawaiian. ‘Oumuamua was like nothing that astronomers had …

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