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World - International
3/20/2021 3:50:15 PM
While the administration was working on immigration legislation to address long-term problems, it didn't have an on-the-ground plan to manage a surge of migrants
World - Region
3/17/2021 2:16:17 PM
'We express our deep regret over the accidental incident at the migrant detention centre in Sanaa,' said Houthi official Hussein Al-Azi
World - Region
3/16/2021 2:20:00 PM
Scores of migrants burned to death in Yemen on March 7, after Houthi security forces launched unidentified projectiles into an immigration detention centre in Sanaa, causing a fire, HRW said
World - Region
3/10/2021 11:36:37 AM
The Sunday blaze at an overcrowed holding facility in Sanaa killed an unconfirmed number of migrants and injured more than 170, over half of them seriously, the International Organization for Migration said
World - Region
3/9/2021 6:11:00 PM
The boats left shore on Monday night or early Tuesday and carried migrants mainly from sub-Saharan Africa who were attempting to reach Europe illegally
World - Region
2/28/2021 4:47:10 PM
The survivors included six women and two children. Two people in critical condition were transported to hospital in the Libyan capital
World - International
2/24/2021 6:23:08 PM
The tragedy started when the dinghy took on water about 15 hours after the migrants embarked on their perilous voyage, the UNHCR said
World - International
2/7/2021 9:40:21 PM
More than 1,200 migrants and asylum-seekers died while crossing the Mediterranean in 2020, according to the International Organization for Migration
World - International
2/2/2021 1:47:42 PM
US President Joe Biden will call Tuesday for his administration to streamline the naturalization of nine million migrants, senior officials said
Egypt - Politics
1/28/2021 2:51:44 PM
The UN spokesman described the Egyptian COVID-19 vaccination campaign as ‘one of the largest among Arab States’
World - International
1/26/2021 1:39:37 PM
French authorities are looking at shutting down a far-right extremist group that has staged several attempts to forcibly block migrants from entering the country by crossing the Alps or the Pyrenees mountains
World - Region
1/22/2021 4:19:55 PM
On Tuesday, a boat carrying migrants bound for Europe capsized in the Mediterranean off the coast of Libya, and at least 43 people drowned
World - International
1/18/2021 9:13:55 AM
As many as 8,000 migrants, including families with young children, have entered Guatemala since Friday
World - International
1/17/2021 1:26:27 PM
Videos seen by Reuters showed Guatemalan security forces clashing with a group of hundreds of migrants who managed to break through a police blockade at the village of Vado Hondo, near Chiquimula in eastern Guatemala
World - International
1/16/2021 10:32:18 AM
At least 4,500 Honduran migrants headed north to the United States in hopes of a better life crossed into Guatemala Friday night, with border agents putting up no resistance
World - Region
1/3/2021 5:57:49 PM
The vessel on Saturday had safely brought aboard 96 migrants, most of them from Eritrea, included two women and 17 minors and were suffering from hypothermia.
World - International
12/30/2020 2:42:55 PM
The Trump administration was more hostile to immigration and immigrants than any administration in decades, making it harder for people to visit, live or work in the United States
Opinion -
12/27/2020 6:43:51 PM
The Border Violence Monitoring Network is an independent network of NGOs and associations that monitors human rights violations at the external borders of the EU
World - Africa
12/25/2020 4:11:53 PM
South Africa, which the United Nations says is host to an estimated 1.5 million Zimbabwean migrants, is suffering a second wave of COVID-19 infections
World - Region
12/24/2020 9:04:00 PM
More than 40 people were on board the makeshift boat, said Mourad Turki, a spokesman for the Sfax court.
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