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By Associated Press
Tensions are growing in northwestern Bosnia as local authorities crackdown on thousands of Europe-bound migrants stranded there, including through a series of measures described by human rights activists as "discriminatory and reckless."…
By Sabina Niksic, Associated Press
A new level of despair spread among tens of thousands of migrants waiting on the Mexican border to seek refuge in the U.S. as the Trump administration began enforcing radical new restrictions Thursday on who qualifies for asylum.
By Cedar Attanasio, Julie Watson, Associated Press
A ship carrying 635 people, mostly Afghan families, from Lesbos reached the northern port city of Thessaloniki Monday evening. From there, authorities said, the asylum-seekers were being bussed to a camp in Nea Kavala in northern Greece that already holds…
By Costas Kantouris, Associated Press
The death of Jakelin Caal earlier this month while in the custody of the U.S. Border Patrol was a tragic reminder of the plight of Central American migrants.
By Sonia Pérez D., Associated Press
By Colleen Long, Astrid Galvan, Sonia Pérez D., Associated Press
Officials say the girls, who U.S. Border Patrol agents found in Lordsburg, New Mexico, was taken into custody and then began having seizures.
By Ingrid Anderson, The Conversation
The modern outpouring of anti-immigrant and anti-Semitic sentiment is reminiscent of the political climate during the years between the first and second world wars in the U.S.
By Christopher Sherman, Associated Press
Hundreds of Mexican federal officers carrying plastic shields blocked a Central American caravan from advancing toward the United States on Saturday.
By Abbey Oldham
French authorities transferred 1,918 people voluntarily out of the makeshift migrant camp known as “the Jungle,” the U.N. Human Rights Council said on the first day of the mass evacuation.
By Paul Solman
For the United States, the economic impact of refugees is positive on net, but the distributional consequences can be quite complicated, says economist Jeffrey Sachs.
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