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President Trump has taken credit for the sweeps, calling them a "campaign promise", but US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) says that the operations are "no different than the routine, targeted arrests carried out" on a daily basis. What just happened? Hundreds of undocumented immigrants were arrested in raids in at least 11 states during Operation Cross Check over the past week, officials say. Federal agents stormed homes and workplaces in Atlanta, Austin, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, and other cities. There were 680 people arrested, 75% of whom have been convicted of crimes, Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said in a press release on Monday. ICE does not use the term "raid" but rather calls the sweeps "targeted enforcement actions" and insists they are routine. To some degree that is true. Operation Cross Check refers to a series of large-scale raids that have been held each year since 2011 when they began under former-president Barack Obama, who has deported more people than any other president. However, according to campaigners, immigrants without violent criminal histories were arrested as well in these recent raids - a departure from ICE policies under Mr Obama. Image copyright Reuters Image caption Protesters กระเป๋าแบรนด์ไทย in New York City on Sunday Why now?