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Last migrant youths are moved from Texas 'tent city' in the desert

MCALLEN, Texas - The last child departed what was once the nation's largest shelter for migrant youths on Friday, a "tent city" in the west Texas desert town of Tornillo that had spurred protests, official criticism and proposed legislation.

Workers have been dismantling parts of the massive temporary shelter east of El Paso for months, ever since the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the agency responsible for initially housing migrant youths, ended its contract with the nonprofit BCFS Health and Human

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