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US frees asylum-seeking Mexican journalist detained since last year

MEXICO CITY - A Mexican journalist held in U.S. immigrant detention since last year was released Thursday night.

Emilio Gutierrez Soto fled to the U.S. with his teenage son a decade ago after Gutierrez said he was threatened by the Mexican military.

He and his son, who were held at an immigrant detention center in El Paso for more than seven months, still face deportation. Their asylum claims were denied by a judge last year, but the Board

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