Migrant children have died or gone missing at the rate of nearly one per day worldwide over the past five years, with treacherous journeys like those across the Mediterranean or the U.S.-Mexico border, the U.N. migration agency said Friday.
By Associated Press
As NATO allies convene, one issue not on their formal agenda but never far from their thoughts is immigration — even though illegal border crossings are decreasing on both sides of the Atlantic.
By Karl Ritter, Associated Press
Nearly 250 migrants may have drowned in the Mediterranean Sea since Friday, according to a preliminary report from the United Nations.
By Synclaire Cruel
A small French surveillance airplane crashed in the Mediterranean island nation of Malta on Monday morning, killing all five crew passengers.
By News Desk
African women seeking a better life in Europe face a long, perilous, often fatal journey across the Mediterranean. But when they do arrive, they confront yet another threatening prospect: conscription into sex slavery. Eighty percent of all Nigerian women who…
When Christopher Catrambone and his wife Regina set out on a luxury cruise on the Mediterranean, they had no idea that one of the most beautiful places on earth had become a mass grave.
By Kenzi Abou-Sabe
More than 40 migrants died in the hold of a fishing boat off the Italian coast Saturday after suffocating in the cramped and water-filled space, Italy's Navy reported.
By PBS NewsHour
The few survivors of the Mediterranean’s worst-ever migrant boat sinking arrived in Sicily overnight. The boat’s Tunisian captain and one Syrian crew member were taken into custody on suspicion of smuggling, reckless homicide and causing a shipwreck. At least 800,…
By PBS NewsHour
The number of migrants traveling over water to reach Europe has grown tremendously. Gwen Ifill talks to Daryl Grisgraber of Refugees International about what’s driving them to attempt passage to Europe and how countries are dealing with the situation.
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