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For the United States to address its immigration problems, it must get to the core of the issue.
During a nationally televised address on November 20, United States President Barack Obama announced plans to sign an executive order to temporarily fix aspects of the country’s immigration problem. In his roughly 15-minute speech, Mr. Obama outlined numerous actions that would remove the threat of deportations to those who entered the United States illegally but have been in the country for at least five years.Read Full Article
There is a tendency to see the entire continent of Africa—which is made up of 54 separate nations and encompasses nearly 20 percent of Earth’s total land—as one gigantic country.Read Full Article
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