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Judge dismisses suit against immigration policy

A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit challenging President Barack Obama's policy of stopping the deportation of some young immigrants in the country illegally. Full story

Italy's center left to back minister in no confidence vote

ROME (Reuters) - Italy's center-left Democratic Party agreed on Thursday to back its center-right coalition partner's interior minister in a no confidence vote, heading off a potential crisis for Prime Minister Enrico Letta's fragile government. Full story

Italy PM Letta backs deputy over Kazakh deportation

LONDON (Reuters) - Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta backed his deputy Angelino Alfano, who is under fire over the deportation of the wife of a dissident Kazakh oligarch, saying on Wednesday that a police report had shown he bore no responsibility for the affair. Full story

Italy investigating deportation of Kazakh oligarch's wife

ROME (Reuters) - Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta has ordered an investigation into the deportation in May of the wife and daughter of fugitive Kazakh oligarch and dissident Mukhtar Ablyazov as questions about its legality multiply. Full story

Rights group sues government over voluntary deportations

SAN DIEGO (Reuters) - A California rights group filed a class action lawsuit on Wednesday against the U.S. government, alleging that federal immigration police coerced and deceived undocumented immigrants, including a mentally disabled woman, into signing forms agreeing to voluntary deportation. Full story

Children plead: 'Please stop deportations'

   Residents of Laredo, Texas, hold a rally with young children of immigrants facing deportation, asking President Obama to stop breaking up their families. KGNS's Adriana Arce reports.

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  New study reveals fears of deportation

Study on migration and deportation shows undocumented families have a fear of being separeted from one another. KVOA's Erika Flores reports.

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