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US government shutdown is now longest in history

France 24 Saturday, 12 January 2019
US government shutdown is now longest in historyThe US government shutdown that has left 800,000 federal employees without salaries as a result of President Donald Trump’s row with Democrats over building a Mexico border wall entered a record 22nd day on Saturday.
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