Catalina Sales was faced with an impossible choice: Sign a paper agreeing to take her son with her if she were deported back to Guatemala. Or agree to leave him behind to pursue his own asylum claim, which might give her son a better chance at staying in the United States.
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China police detain man for asking why can't Taiwan be called a country
Police in China have detained a man who asked on social media what law prevented anyone calling self-ruled Taiwan a country, questioning a fundamental principle of China's sovereignty.
Turkey's lira weakens more than 6 percent on threat of more U.S. sanctions
Turkey's battered lira weakened more than 6 percent against the dollar on Friday, after a U.S. warning that Ankara should expect more economic sanctions unless it hands over detained American evangelical pastor Andrew Brunson.
Greece set to exit bailout, still faces daunting challenges
Greece exits the last of its three bailouts on Aug. 20 and hopes to be able to borrow again in international markets after a nearly nine-year debt crisis that shrank the economy by a quarter and forced it to implement painful austerity measures.
Body found at New Mexico compound identified as missing boy
A child's body found at a New Mexico compound has been identified as Abdul-Ghani Wahhaj, a missing 3-year-old boy whose father is one of five adults charged with child abuse at the remote settlement, the Taos County Sheriff said on Thursday.
Mexico union boss victory exposes crack in top graft cases
A Mexican court ruling allowing an ex-union boss to walk free of money laundering charges laid bare a serious flaw in a host of other high-profile corruption trials, officials and experts say, and underscored the challenge facing the incoming government.
New U.S. training unit in Afghanistan faces old problems
Captain Joe Fontana, a team leader with the U.S. army's 1st Security Force Assistance Brigade, is part of a new unit but he is working on problems that have been stubbornly familiar to American military advisers in Afghanistan for years.
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CAVA, a U.S. privately held restaurant chain focusing on casual Mediterranean cuisine, has agreed to acquire publicly listed peer Zoe's Kitchen Inc for around $300 million including debt, with backing from a group of investors, people familiar with the matter said on Friday.
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