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1.The United States and Mexico are moving from negotiations to implementing their new deal on immigration. SAP's Ben reports President Donald Trump has been hailing the deal as good for everyone.:"President Trump has been trumpeting strapping the deal on twitter saying Mexico has pledged to take strong measures to reduce the flow of central American migrants into the United States.The Department says good measures including expanding a program that sends back asylum seekers who crossed the border to Mexico while their claims are under review and the deployment of Mexico's national guards along its southern border with Guatemala. President Trump says that will include some 6000 Mexican troops.The State Department adds Mexico is also taking what it calls decisive actions to dismantle human smuggling and trafficing organization."

2.19 Democratic Presidential candidates are gathering in Ohio for Saturday and Sunday in the biggest political gathering of the 2020 election cycle so far. SAP's D reports solving the nation's student debts burden is high on the agenda  :"Several President candidates have made major policy proposals to address the crisis. Their ideas include wiping away debt lower interest rates and making college free or debt free.Judge Baden wants to expand the program that forgives federal loans for public service workers. Senator W wants to make public colleges free and erase student debt for 75% of borrowers. Senator S wants to make public university tuition free and lower interests rates and most of the other Democratic candidates have similar ideas."

3.Protest leaders in Sudan are urging people to participate in an act of civil disobedience in an effort to put pressure on the military after the deadly disruption of their recent sit-in.The Sudanese Professionals Association which led the demonstrations that spurred the army to topple former President Omar said Saturday its resistant effort would begin Sunday and would continue until military committee ceased power to civilians.The call comes about a week after security moved to disperse the protest gather outside the military headquarter in K as many as 113 people have been killed since Monday. Meanwhile opposition sources said two Sudanese rebel leaders were arrested Saturday soon after meeting with Ethiopian Prime Minister Abi.

4. Thousands of people crossed into Columbia on Saturday to buy food and medicine after Venezuela's President M reopened the border that had been shut down for four months. The South American nation's socialist government ordered the borders with L,B,K,Brazil,Columbia closed in February as the opposition tried to deliver food and medical supplies to the country.Most of the aid was provided largely by the United States, a key ally of opposition leader Wong who declared himself to Venezuela's rightful President in January but M dismissed the aid as an infringement on Venezuela sovereignty and prohibited the aid for entering. Meanwhile the UN Children's Fund says Venezuela's economic and political crisis is having a devastating impact on millions of children. Lisa has details:
"Unicef says it is scaling up humanitarian aid of  children in Venezuela since beginning of the year it has sent 55 tons of health supplies and proving access to safe drinking water and other essential services for hundreds of thousands of people.While critically needed the agency says the humanitarian operating is barely scratching the surface it says millions of children need to be immunized, go to school drink safe water and feel protected, though currently there is not enough money available to help them."

5.Thousands of people marched in Venice on Saturday to demand the cruise ships be kept out of the city's canals.The protest was diagnosed by a crush six days earlier involving a cruise ship that stroke a smaller river boat in the city's famous G canals, 5 people were injured in that incident.
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