Two days before his release date, the inmate fire crew member, who suffered a "traumatic neck injury" while fighting fires, was told he would taken to a detention center.
An immigration art show in a boutique shop is provoking strong reactions in the small town of Montclair.
The advisory is perhaps the most blunt warning yet to Americans who are considering traveling to Hong Kong or mainland China.
"In order to protect and guarantee public health and safety, in the absence of suitable reception facilities, it is forbidden to enter, transit and stop in the territory of the Sicilian Region by every migrant," the ordinance said.
"We want you to know that you do have friends in America," a new video created by child activists tells immigrant children detained in the U.S.
It comes as investors are being encouraged to dump shares of companies profiting from mass incarceration.
The bill condemns the Chinese government for human rights abuses against the Muslim indigenous Uighur people and other Muslims in China.
"Canada has an independent judicial system that functions without interference or override by politicians," Trudeau said Thursday.
"Detainees who are elderly or who may otherwise be uniquely vulnerable to the worst effects of COVID-19 are of particular concern," read the Tuesday letter in part.
"We're both devastated by this news but also very angry," RAICES has said.
"People who are at risk of illness or death from COVID-19 should be released," said ACLU senior staff attorney Eunice Cho.
The plan comes after the UNHCR called on Greece's government to take action to address overcrowding and poor conditions at refugee camps.
Senator Elizabeth Warren has joined calls for Shahab Dehghani's deportation to be halted.
"The government is not a parent," said Denise Bell, Amnesty International USA's Researcher for Refugee and Migrant Rights.
VisionQuest has long faced allegations of abuse and mistreatment of young detainees.
"These are people who are suffering and it hasn't changed," said Dr. Marie DeLuca, one of the organizers of the march.
"Multiple hunger strikes happening simultaneously are no coincidence: they are indicative of the desperation and suffering that immigrants are facing inside these human cages," said Sofia Casini, southern regional coordinator with Freedom for Immigrants.
"ICE has a history of incorrectly detaining U.S. citizens," said Rep. Pete Aguilar.
We need policies that welcome immigrants rather than criminalizing them. But as a first step, we need Congress to defund ICE.
Trump dismissed reports of human rights abuses at the facilities, claiming they are being run "beautifully" despite a slew or reports suggesting otherwise.
"There's a lot of misinformation that we are not allowing people to brush their teeth. This is a toothbrush," Chief Patrol Agent of the Border Patrol's Tuscon Sector, Roy Villareal, says in a bid to debunk reports on facilities in another state.
"If these agents treat Congressional representatives with cruelty and disdain, one can only imagine how terribly migrants are treated," the National Organization for Women said.
One of the first things Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has vowed to do if elected president is "shut down the child detention centers across the country."
"We can't just focus on the children anymore. I met grandmothers, mothers and fathers who are suffering," said Democratic Representative Rashida Tlaib.
Human Rights Watch U.S. Program Executive Director Nicole Austin-Hillery said she and other lawyers were told they could not meet with sick migrant children for their own safety.
"Many of the parents are being extorted in relation to the children's process," Tekandi Paniagua, the Guatemalan consul general in Del Rio, said.
"Some kids are only two or three years old and they have no one to take care of them," one 11-year-old boy being held under federal custody said.
"Enough with a government that does not reflect our values," fundraiser Erv Portman said. "My faith teaches me we are responsible and I want to help these kids."
"We have to pass humanitarian aid to take care of these children. That is the nation we are," McCaul said.
"When we were detained, America turned its back on us... There were no protests on our behalf," said Satsuki Ina, who was born in a Japanese-American internment camp.