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By Valerie Gonzalez, Rebecca Santana, Associated Press
The White House says President Joe Biden would veto a House GOP bill that aims to restrict asylum, build more border wall and cut a program that allows migrants a chance to stay in the U.S. lawfully.
By Colleen Long, Stephen Groves, Associated Press
A recent surge of migrants in the Brownsville, Texas, area of the U.S.-Mexico border is highlighting immigration challenges as the U.S. prepares for the end of a coronavirus pandemic-era policy that allowed it to quickly expel many migrants.
By Rebecca Santana, Valerie Gonzalez, Associated Press
Hungary's populist prime minister has likened liberalism to a "virus" in an opening speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference in the Hungarian capital on Thursday.
By Justin Spike, Associated Press
The Biden administration will open migration centers in Guatemala and Colombia for asylum seekers heading to the U.S.-Mexico border in a bid to slow what’s expected to be a surge of migrants seeking to cross the border as pandemic-era immigration…
By Rebecca Santana, Colleen Long, Associated Press
By News Desk
Secretary of State Antony Blinken met with Colombian Foreign Minister Álvaro Leyva on Monday, March 27.
By Laura Barrón-López
President Biden and his Mexican and Canadian counterparts kicked off a leaders summit where migration will be a key issue. The talks come after Biden made his first visit to the southern border since taking office. Sunday, he joined border…
By Jeffrey Brown, Alison Thoet, Anne Azzi Davenport
To bring awareness to the global crisis of migration and refugees, a theater project is using a different kind of stage. They built a giant puppet of a young Syrian girl to stand in for millions and silently speak on…
By Julie Watson, Associated Press
A report by the United Nations top body of climate scientists estimates that over the next 30 years, 143 million people will likely to be uprooted by rising seas, drought, searing temperatures and catastrophes caused or exacerbated by climate change.
By Elliot Spagat, Terry Wallace, Associated Press
Desperate families of migrants from Mexico and Central America frantically sought word of their loved ones as authorities began the grim task of identifying 51 people who died after being abandoned in a tractor-trailer without air conditioning.
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