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Nielsen: Papa Papa

nielsen: She did not provide details about where exactly it was recorded, according to Vancouver Courier. Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said she had not heard the audio but said children taken into custody by the government are being treated humanely. Papa! Papa! one child is heard weeping in the audio file that was first reported Monday by the non-profit Pro Publica and later provided to The Associated Press.article continues below Trending Stories City wants to curb land speculation along Vancouver's Broadway corridor City orders closure of Regent Hotel in Downtown Eastside City looks to buy or expropriate Regent and Balmoral hotels Nature's Path owner to pay 32k fine Human rights attorney Jennifer Harbury said she received the tape from a whistleblower and told Pro Publica it was recorded in the last week. She said the government has high standards for detention centres and the children are well cared for and stressed that Congress needs to plug loopholes in the law so families can stay together. The president was to visit Capitol Hill on Tuesday afternoon to discuss the crisis with House Republicans. The audio surfaced as politicians and advocates flocked to the U.S.-Mexico border to visit U.S. immigration detention centres and turn up the pressure on the Trump administration. ( As reported in the news.