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he stressed that the federal lawmakers should channel their attention towards adequate funding for the police and other security agencies to make them perform in full capacity,” the former Kebbi State gubernatorial aspirant argued. however,military? North Dakota officials have declared the protest an emergency and asked Minnesota for help.D. shows what was described as Hennepin County deputies on the front line of Thursday’s clashes with protesters using batons and pepper spraySmith said she has no control over sheriffs’ actions but she thinks it is wrong to send them to North Dakota"I strongly support the rights of all people to peacefully protest" she wrote on Facebook about the coalition of protesters at the Dakota Access Pipeline resistance campHundreds of people protested in Minneapolis last week after they discovered that Sheriff Rich Stanek sent deputies to North DakotaSeveral Democratic legislators met with Hennepin County Sheriff Rich Stanek a Republican on Monday"Reports as to the level of force utilized by law enforcement personnel at this protest are extremely troubling and my colleagues and I have many questions about the Hennepin County sheriff’s involvement in this activity" Rep Karen Clark D-Minneapolis saidMinneapolis is home to a large American Indian community and Rep Peggy Flanagan D-St Louis Park said Stanek’s decision to send deputies could hurt relations She is a member of western Minnesota’s White Earth Nation "Law enforcement is not taking sides on this issue" Stanek said "Our decision to help Morton County was operational not political We were there to assist maintaining public safety preserving the peace and protecting the constitutional rights of all parties involved"Added Washington County Sheriff William Hutton" "When it comes to public safety we received a call for help and we responded to it"The coalition of Minnesota protesters known as Minnesota Interfaith Power and Light plans to continue protesting how law enforcement officers are treating North Dakota protesters They will gather in Minneapolis at noon Thursday to sing pray and hear poems from several faith traditions before delivering letters to StanekEven though his deputies are back home the group announced Tuesday that it will deliver letters to Stanek "asking him to take responsibility for his action in deploying deputies and equipment to North Dakota and a guarantee that he will not send them again"US District Judge Dana Sabraw in San Diego had given federal officials until Tuesday to reunite children under age 5 who were taken from their parents or other adults as part of a crackdown on people crossing the US-Mexico border illegally Federal officials say they could not return 46 of the 103 children for safety reasons or because their parents were deported or in criminal custody One parent could not be foundThe family separations – which also involve older children – have sparked international outrage and considerable confusion with Sabraw warning the government this week to speed the reunification process including background checksSabraw told the government to reunite the older children with their parents by July 26 The government has said there are "under 3000" such children Officials say they will soon provide a list of their names to the American Civil Liberties Union which filed the class-action lawsuit that led to the judge’s ruling last monthLee Gelernt deputy director of the ACLU’s Immigrants’ Rights Project said the organization is deciding what "remedies" to ask Sabraw to consider to address the government’s failure to meet the Tuesday deadline The next court hearing is FridayIn a joint statement Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and Attorney General Jeff Sessions said the government has "worked tirelessly" to reunite children while also ensuring their safety"Our message has been clear all along: Do not risk your own life or the life of your child by attempting to enter the United States illegally" the statement said "Apply lawfully and wait your turn"Government officials told reporters that 22 children were not returned because of "safety concerns" posed by the adults with whom they had been travelingEleven of the adults had serious criminal histories such as kidnapping and murder said Chris Meekins chief of staff for the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response which is aiding in the reunification effort He declined to provide details about every case but said one adult was convicted of child cruelty and narcotics charges For the others the case outcomes remain unclear: Meekins said one adult has been charged with human smuggling another faces domestic violence charges one father has an outstanding drunken driving charge in Florida and another adult is wanted for murder in Guatemala He did not provide specifics for six othersMeekins said seven adults were not the parents of the children they brought into the United States one had a falsified birth certificate and one was alleged to have abused the child though it is unclear if charges have been broughtOne parent is being treated for "a communicable disease" Meekins said and another had planned to share a house with an adult who had been charged with child sexual abuseOfficials said they are searching for sponsors for children whose parents are ineligible to take custody of them such as another parent relatives or a legal guardian in the United StatesAnother 24 children were not returned because the parents are in criminal custody in the United States or have been sent back to their home countries The US government is working with foreign consulates in an effort to return children to the 12 deported adults officials saidEarlier this week officials said at least one of the children in their custody might be a US citizen An update on that case was not immediately available ThursdayACLU lawyers have protested that federal officials were taking too long to find deported parents and dragging out the vetting process for parents still in the United States by testing their DNA and requiring fingerprinting of other household members where they would live in the United StatesSabraw told the government Tuesday to "streamline" the vetting process and require a "full background check" of everyone in the household and DNA testing of all parents only when there is a legitimate safety concernBut Meekins said if the vetting had not been done children could have been placed in dangerous situations including with people who are not their parents While most are "perfectly appropriate sponsors" for the children Meekins said "sadly not all are"Most parents reunited with the youngest children this week were being released from custody on ankle monitoring devices to await immigration hearingsBut the government has said it may try to detain the older children with their parents after they are reunited Any such effort would have to comply with a federal consent decree that requires the government to release children from family detention facilities within 20 daysSome parents had been separated from their children even before Sessions announced the zero-tolerance policy in May vowing to prosecute everyone who crossed the border illegally As part of that effort parents were taken to criminal custody and then immigration jails Children were held in shelters or foster carePresident Donald Trump stopped the full-scale separations before Sabraw’s June 26 order amid an outrcy over the trauma they were causing to children and parents His executive order essentially returned the situation at the border to the previous status quoThe government said early this week that it had 102 children under age 5 in custody but officials increased that number to 103 on Thursday Matthew Albence executive associate director of US Immigration and Customs Enforcement said an adult who previously said he did not want to be reunited with his child had changed his mind—This article was written byMaria Sacchetti a reporter for The Washington Post? “Nnamdi Azikiwe to adopt during the Lancaster House pre-independent negotiations. local control of all resources and complete autonomy for all 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