In our news wrap Thursday, the death toll in Indonesia topped 1,550 people, as aid deliveries struggled to reach the most devastated areas in the quake zone. Also, another American service member was killed in Afghanistan, the seventh combat death…
A government watchdog report made public confirms what many media outlets, immigration lawyers and advocates have said for months after the Trump administration rolled out its "zero tolerance" policy earlier this spring: Officials were not prepared.
By Joshua Barajas, Amna Nawaz
African migrants fleeing to Europe risk slave traffickers, starvation and shipwreck. Now, a growing number of those who complete the arduous journey are being turned away, and the Libyan government is detaining thousands in migrant camps characterized by inhumane conditions.
By Christopher Livesay, Alessandro Pavone
The Trump administration’s announcement that it plans to limit the number of refugees admitted to the U.S. next year to just 30,000 raises questions about America’s role in global refugee resettlement and what the change means for those fleeing violence…
By Courtney Vinopal
By Elliot Spagat, Associated Press
The Trump administration has proposed rules that could deny green cards to immigrants if they use Medicaid, food stamps, housing vouchers and other forms of public assistance.
By Gisela Salomon, Claudia Torrens, Associated Press
The Trump administration has imposed more stringent rules and vetting on immigrants in the U.S. trying to take custody of children who crossed the border on their own.
By Joshua Barajas
Judge Dana Sabraw said this case is on track to come "to some meaningful closure in the not-to-distant future.” But the ACLU warned there were “communication breakdowns” with some of the remaining reunifications.
In rural Honduras, a separated family is desperate for answers about their little girl. After crossing illegally into the U.S. in June, 6-year-old Marianita was sent to a children's shelter as her father was deported without his daughter. More than…
By Pietro Decristofaro, Jari Tanner, Associated Press
Despite estimates that Sweden's general election would favor an anti-immigrant party with white supremacist roots, the party was placing second in balloting Sunday.
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