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By Nomaan Merchant, Associated Press
The Biden administration has been struggling to deal with migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border. The current influx is straining resources and sowing confusion for migrants on both sides of the border. Mallory Falk covers the U.S.-Mexico border for Texas KERA…
By PBS NewsHour
In San Pedro Sula, Honduras' economic engine and the departure gate for thousands of Honduran migrants in recent years, families are caught in a cycle of migration.
By María Verza, Associated Press
Erdogan has demanded Europe shoulder more of the burden of caring for refugees. He has accused the EU of not meeting its obligations, including failing to pay money promised to Turkey under a 2016 deal to stem the flow of…
By Suzan Fraser, Associated Press
Fire broke out at a refugee center on the Greek island of Lesbos, Greece's firefighting service said Sunday, causing considerable damage to a warehouse but no injuries. It was the second fire at an installation built for migrants, after a…
By Demetris Nellas, Associated Press
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkey said Thursday it would deploy special forces along its land border with Greece to prevent Greek authorities from pushing back migrants trying to cross into Europe, after Turkey declared its previously guarded gateways to Europe…
By Associated Press
The people brought to safety from a rubber dinghy off the coast of Zuwarah, west of the Libyan capital of Tripoli, included 10 women, five children and a newborn baby, according to a German humanitarian group. Italy's anti-migration interior minister…
By William Brangham, Jason Kane
Modern-day human trafficking begins in places like rural Nigeria, where young people dream of economic opportunity and a better life for their families, and are willing to give up everything to try and find it. But as many Nigerians learn,…
By Malcolm Brabant
Italy has borne the brunt of Europe's migration crisis as 200,000 people have landed on the nation's shores after making the perilous crossing. Now a right-wing government wants to stop the human tide, banning nonprofit search-and-rescue ships. Special correspondent Malcolm…
On this edition for Sunday, April 29, growing tribalism on both ends leaves little room for debate in the political discourse, and after years of open borders, there’s backlash in Latin America as the Venezuelan migrant crisis becomes critical. Also,…
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