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Shelter for migrants originally flown to Martha's Vineyard expected to close this weekend

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Dozens of migrants who were originally flown to Martha's Vineyard are moving out of a shelter established by the state at Joint Base Cape Cod this week. The Venezuelan migrants were flown from San Antonio, Texas, to the Massachusetts island on Sept. 14. No shelter or other resources were in place when they arrived. Meanwhile, attorneys pursue lawsuit.
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Last of migrants flown to Martha's Vineyard to leave shelter

BOSTON (AP) — The last of dozens of migrants shipped to Martha's Vineyard last month are set to depart temporary shelter at a military base on Cape Cod for transitional housing by the end of the weekend, according to Massachusetts Gov.

2 months ago·United States
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Last of migrants flown to Martha's Vineyard to leave shelter

The Venezuelan migrants were lured onto Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ flights to Martha’s Vineyard from San Antonio.

2 months ago·Canada
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Last of migrants flown to Martha’s Vineyard to leave shelter

BOSTON >> The last of dozens of migrants shipped to Martha’s Vineyard last month are set to depart temporary shelter at a military base on Cape Cod for transitional housing by the end of the weekend, according to Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker’s administration.

2 months ago·Honolulu, United States
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Last of migrants flown to Martha's Vineyard to leave shelter

BOSTON (AP) — The last of dozens of migrants shipped to Martha’s Vineyard last month are set to depart temporary shelter at a military base on Cape Cod for transitional […]

2 months ago·Winnipeg, Canada
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Last of migrants flown from Florida to Martha’s Vineyard to leave shelter

The Massachusetts' governor's office says the last of dozens of migrants shipped to Martha’s Vineyard last month are set to depart temporary shelter at a military base on Cape Cod for transitional housing by the end of the weekend.

2 months ago·Orlando, United States
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Last of migrants flown to Martha’s Vineyard to leave shelter

The last of dozens of migrants shipped to Martha’s Vineyard last month are set to depart temporary shelter at a military base on Cape Cod for transitional housing by the end of the weekend, according to Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker’s administration.The Venezuelan migrants were lured onto Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ flights to Martha’s Vineyard from San Antonio.A lawsuit filed in federal court in Boston last month alleges the migrants were tol…

2 months ago·Miami, United States
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