The family separation policy is an aspect of immigration under the Trump administration, begun in 2018, that involves prosecuting all adults, including those applying for asylum, apprehended crossing the US-Mexico border. Under the policy, termed "zero tolerance", Federal authorities separate children from their parents, relatives, or other adults who accompanied them in crossing the border. Parents are sent to federal jails while children and infants are placed under the supervision of the Department of Health and Human Services. 
Saudi-Emirati coalition warplanes pound areas south of Yemen’s main port, Hudaida. As pro-government troops close in on the city, Iran-backed Houthi rebels remain defiant. The UN is urging restraint, fearing if the port is closed it puts eight million Yemenis at risk of starvation.But is there any hope of a diplomatic solution?