For some separated families, there’s no reunion timeline
Clip: 07/12/2018 | 5m 21s
The Trump administration says it has completed the reunification of 57 children, under the age of 5, who were separated from their parents after entering the United States. But dozens in that same age group remain in government care, while many hundreds more over the age of 5 are still waiting to see their families. John Yang gets an update from Amna Nawaz on the government’s plans.
Aired: 07/12/18Video has closed captioning.
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