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US army veteran who served In Afghanistan faces deportation goes on hungry strike

A United States Army veteran and green card holder, who lost his appeal to remain in the country because of a felony drug conviction in 2008, began a hunger strike Wednesday to protest his likely …... The post US army veteran who served In Afghanistan faces deportation goes on hungry strike...
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