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Trump administration to deploy Border Patrol to sanctuary cities to help ICE catch illegal immigrants

By Adam Shaw

The Trump administration is deploying Border Patrol agents to “sanctuary” jurisdictions across the country to help Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) track down and detain illegal immigrants who have been freed by left-wing cities and states.

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A Former Owner of Newsweek Pleads Guilty in a Fraud Scheme

By Marc Tracy

A Manhattan investigation had led to charges against Etienne Uzac, who co-owned IBT Media, and another media executive.

Vasil Latsanich to leave Beeline

By Chris Dziadul

Beeline’s CEO Vasil Latsanich will leave his post at the end of June.

He joined Veon, Beeline’s parent company in Amsterdam, in July 2017 and six months later was appointed the CEO of Veon’s Russian business unit, operating under the Beeline brand.

In a separate development, Sergi Herrero and Kaan Terzioglu have been appointed co-CEOs of Veon, effective March 1.

Ursula Burns, who was appointed executive chairman in July 2017 and CEO in December 2018, will remain as Veon’s chairman.

The Fallout From New Hampshire: This Week in the 2020 Race

By Matt Stevens and Maggie Astor

There are “only” eight candidates left in the Democratic primary and we still do not know who won Iowa. Here is a recap of what you might have missed from a busy week in the Democratic primary.

The Progressive Lane Narrows

By Michelle Cottle

Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren probably both can’t squeeze through.

Bill de Blasio Endorses Bernie Sanders

By Jeffery C. Mays and Maggie Astor

The New York City mayor, who was briefly a presidential candidate himself, is scheduled to campaign with Mr. Sanders in Nevada ahead of the caucuses there next week.

Santu Mofokeng, Photographer of Apartheid Life, Dies at 63

By Sam Roberts

His sublime black-and-white images of everyday life in South Africa both during and after white rule capture hope and unfulfilled expectations.

U.S. Supports Aid to North Korea for Fighting the Coronavirus

By Choe Sang-Hun

The North has reported no cases of the virus, but relief groups say it is woefully unprepared to deal with an outbreak.

Vasil Latsanich to leave Beeline

By Chris Dziadul

Beeline’s CEO Vasil Latsanich will leave his post at the end of June.

He joined Veon, Beeline’s parent company in Amsterdam, in July 2017 and six months later was appointed the CEO of Veon’s Russian business unit, operating under the Beeline brand.

In a separate development, Sergi Herrero and Kaan Terzioglu have been appointed co-CEOs of Veon, effective March 1.

Ursula Burns, who was appointed executive chairman in July 2017 and CEO in December 2018, will remain as Veon’s chairman.

Vasil Latsanich to leave Beeline

By Chris Dziadul

Beeline’s CEO Vasil Latsanich will leave his post at the end of June.

He joined Veon, Beeline’s parent company in Amsterdam, in July 2017 and six months later was appointed the CEO of Veon’s Russian business unit, operating under the Beeline brand.

In a separate development, Sergi Herrero and Kaan Terzioglu have been appointed co-CEOs of Veon, effective March 1.

Ursula Burns, who was appointed executive chairman in July 2017 and CEO in December 2018, will remain as Veon’s chairman.

U.S. Supports Aid to North Korea for Fighting the Coronavirus

By Choe Sang-Hun

The North has reported no cases of the virus, but relief groups say it is woefully unprepared to deal with an outbreak.

Some Wuhan Evacuees Ask Why They Aren’t Being Tested for the Coronavirus

By Miriam Jordan and Nicholas Bogel-Burroughs

There is no reason to test healthy people for the virus, the C.D.C. says, but some evacuees are asking to be tested.

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