The Trump administration wants to deport everyone living in the U.S. but those with criminal records

Today’s headline: “No-go zones” in the US are “no-go areas” in Paris and Berlin, and Parisians are “getting nervous” about the new administration’s plans to deport anyone with a criminal record.

It was a theme at an annual conference on Paris’s metro, hosted by the city’s mayor and the country’s president.

Paris is one of more than 200 cities around the world that have no-go policies.

The U.N. refugee agency estimates that about 50,000 people are now living in such zones.

There is also a fear that Trump’s administration is seeking to deport people with no criminal record in some cities.

This week, Trump announced that he was moving forward with his plan to build a wall along the southern border.

“We are going to do it, we’re going to build the wall, we are going and we’re making a deal, and we have no problem whatsoever,” he said.

Trump’s executive order on immigration also proposes to deport a total of 6 million undocumented immigrants, including more than a million children, the Associated Press reported.

The president’s plan to remove the millions of undocumented immigrants and people with criminal histories would require Congress to pass a law that would allow his administration to take those people away, and the president is still deciding on the details of how that plan would work.

The United Nations refugee agency said that in 2015, 6,937,000 refugees were seeking refuge in Paris.

About half of them were children.

According to the AP, many of the refugees in Paris were fleeing a civil war in their own countries, and their children were at risk of being targeted by ISIS or other extremist groups.

The Associated Press asked whether Trump’s plan would also include “refugees with criminal backgrounds,” a term that was used by Paris officials at the conference to describe those who had committed crimes and whose status was unknown.

“I hope not, but I don’t know, maybe we will know after we have seen what the consequences are, and how they are going,” said Leanne Vanhayden, head of the refugee agency’s office in Paris, at the event.

The Paris metro is one area that has been especially hard hit by the influx of refugees. “

And then the other way, I think that’s something we will have to take into consideration, that the president’s administration wants them out.”

The Paris metro is one area that has been especially hard hit by the influx of refugees.

In 2016, the metro suffered more than 5 million passenger journeys, or nearly 10 percent of its total capacity, the AP reported.

“It is a terrible situation for the metro, for the Parisian people, because it’s just not enough to cope,” Vanhaysden told the AP.

“You have no way to deal with this situation, because there are no people to help you.”

It is not the first time Trump has proposed to deport millions of people with a crime record.

The former president made similar comments about the deportation of “illegal aliens” during the 2016 presidential campaign.

He has also proposed to use the power of the U;N.

Security Council to send thousands of U.K. nationals to the U.-N.

border to house them.