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'Agreement in principle' reached on border security funding: US Senator


'Agreement in principle' reached on border security funding: US Senator
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U.S. Republican Senator Richard Shelby, one of the congressional negotiators working on border security funding, said late on Monday that an "agreement in principle" had been reached. Speaking to reporters after a meeting of negotiators, Shelby did not give an outline of the deal but said staff members will work out the details.

(With inputs from agencies.)

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