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US: The Tornillo shelter for migrant children was supposed to close after 30 days. Here’s why it’s still open
PBS News Hour – November 29, 2018
An emergency detention camp that opened this summer to help with an influx of migrant children was supposed to close after 30 days. But today, it remains open, and has become the largest shelter for migrant children in the U.S. Located in a remote part of West Texas, it has grown significantly in size – housing at least 1,800 children – and received exponentially larger grant funds. It may remain open into the new year.