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U.S. Sets Plan for Sweeping Crackdown on Nearly All Illegal Immigrants

The Department of Homeland Security issued tough new orders Tuesday to begin a sweeping crackdown on illegal immigrants, putting nearly all of the country's 11 million undocumented foreigners in their cross-hairs.

Two memos issued by DHS Secretary John Kelly order border patrol and immigration officers to deport as quickly as possible any illegal immigrants they find, with only a few exceptions, principally children.

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U.S. Supreme Court Split on Border Shooting of Mexican Teen

The U.S. Supreme Court appeared divided Tuesday as it weighed a thorny cross-border case involving the death of a young boy shot on Mexican soil by an American border patrol agent standing on the U.S. side of the frontier.

At issue before the eight black-robed justices is whether the family of 15-year-old Sergio Hernandez Guereca has the constitutional right to sue the agent who killed him in American courts.

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Ecuador Officials Deny Fraud Claims in Presidency Vote

Ecuadoran officials denied claims of fraud in a tightly-fought election as the last votes were counted Tuesday to determine whether the ruling socialists will have to fight a runoff vote.

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Azerbaijan Strongman Appoints Wife Vice President

Azerbaijan's President Ilham Aliyev on Tuesday appointed his glamorous wife as first vice president, the latest move seen as tightening the family's iron grip on the oil-rich Caspian nation.

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France Arrests 3 Suspected of Planning Terror Attack

French police on Tuesday arrested three men suspected of planning a terror attack in raids in the Paris area, Marseille and the central city of Clermont-Ferrand, legal sources said.

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Germany's Schulz Launches 'Social-Populist' Attack on Merkel

The leader of Germany's Social Democrats, Martin Schulz, is seen beating Chancellor Angela Merkel in September elections according to several recent polls, thanks to an unapologetically leftist program that has earned him accusations of veering toward populism.

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Burkina Leader Fine-Tunes Govt. to Face Jihadist Threat

Burkina Faso's President Roch Marc Christian Kabore has given government ministers specific responsibility for security and defense in a reshuffle officially announced on state television.

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Seven Killed as Three Suicide Bombers Attack Pakistan Court

At least seven people were killed when multiple Taliban suicide bombers attacked a court complex in northern Pakistan Tuesday, the latest in a series of assaults which have raised fears militants are regrouping.

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UN Envoy Visits Rohingya Camps in Bangladesh

UN human rights envoy Yanghee Lee was Tuesday visiting Rohingya refugee camps in southeastern Bangladesh, where thousands have taken shelter after fleeing a military crackdown in Myanmar.

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France's Hollande Criticizes Britain over Child Refugees

French President Francois Hollande called Tuesday on Britain to "accept its responsibility" to take in stranded under-age migrants stuck in France who wish to join up with family in the UK.

The issue has been a constant irritant between the two countries, made worse by Britain's decision this month to end an arrangement to take in up to 3,000 unaccompanied minors from Europe.

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