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The Guardian reported "Party leaders reach deal to avoid fresh US government shutdown" on Tuesday

[] The most recent shutdown – the longest in US history – began in mid-December, when Trump rejected a spending package approved by congressional Republicans and demanded $5.7bn to construct a wall on the US-Mexico border Democrats say that an absence of such a cap, pegged at 16,500 detainees, could be exploited by the Trump administration to round up an indefinite number of detainees Details of bipartisan agreement, which would require Trump’s signature, remain unspecified after talks over border wall

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