Okla. residents demand answers in police shooting

Hugo, Oklahoma residents are demanding answers after police fired at a truck on Friday, wounding three children and a robbery suspect. Authorities say the children — ages 5, 4 and 1 — have left the hospital. A 21-year-old man is in custody. (April 30)

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Court Rulings Don’t Make All Dreamers Safe (HBO)

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Last September, Attorney General Jeff Sessions set March 5th as the end date for DACA — the 2012 program that provided Dreamers with work permits and protection from deportation.

But a series of court injunctions this year has temporarily halted the administration’s wind down of the program, leading many to believe that Dreamers are safe. Starting tomorrow, however, roughly 400 people each day will lose their protected status.

DACA recipients whose status expires after March 5 were not allowed to apply for a renewal until a District Judge in California halted President Trump’s plan in January. But the relief came too late. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services can take up to 120 days to process an application. So even people who applied immediately could face a lapse in their status while they wait for their renewal to be processed. During that time, they could lose their jobs and driver’s licenses, and will immediately be subject to deportation.

Hugo, a DACA recipient whose status expires March 9th, is currently waiting for his renewal to be processed. “After my DACA expires, I’m not going to have any protection. I have an eight-year-old daughter [who is a U.S. citizen] and knowing that there might be a period of time where I might be able to be kicked out of the country, it is very scary.”

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – September 29, 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Occupy Central movement launches civil disobedience campaign in Hong Kong, residents in the Yemeni capital call for Houthi rebel supporters to leave, police investigate allegations of abuse at asylum center in western Germany, and Cuba’s government stops plans to develop perfumes that honor revered leaders.

HONG KONG
Occupy Central Launches Civil Disobedience Campaign
Police and protesters clashed across the city over the weekend.

YEMEN
Hundreds Rally for Houthi Departure from Capital
Under a UN-brokered agreement, the Shia rebels vowed to disarm and withdraw from the areas they seized over recent months.

GERMANY
Allegations of Abuse at Asylum Center
Police removed the security guards from the facility in Burbach after refugees supported the initial claims.

CUBA
Government Scraps Plan to Develop Honorary Perfumes
Employees at a state pharmaceutical company are in hot water after they unveiled scents called ‘Ernesto’ and ‘Hugo’ on Thursday.

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