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The Wall Street Journal › Politics › 1 day ago
Asylum seekers at the U.S.-Mexico border make their cases in improvised tent courts, where they appear to judges via video. That has raised due-process complaints from immigrant-rights advocates and the union representing immigration judges.
Chicago Tribune › 1 day ago
Police arrested dozens of people and enforced curfew on Thursday in several districts in India's northeastern Assam state where thousands protested legislation
Reuters › 2 days ago
The Spanish government on Friday authorized nearly 150 million euros ($165 million) in subsidies to ease the strain on its migrant-processing system after a recent spike in arrivals from Latin America overwhelmed its social services.
El Salvadorian president not ready to accept U.S. asylum seekers despite deal with Trump administration
CBS News › 2 days ago
El Salvador's president, Nayib Bukele, says his country is not prepared to process and care for asylum seekers he promised to accept in a controversial deal with the United States. See the full interview, Sunday
The New York Times › 2 days ago
A group of United Nations experts on arbitrary detention said Friday that despite some improvements, Greece was still in violation of certain international obligations in how and where people are imprisoned.
The Sydney Morning Herald › Politics › 3 days ago
The Department of Home Affairs' handling of the country's multimillion-dollar humanitarian settlement program, which brings in 17,000 people each year, has been criticised.
The New York Times › 4 days ago
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrested fewer people during the 2019 budget year than last year, in part because resources were shifted to help handle the massive surge of migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border, the agency said Wednesday.
Washington Times › Politics › 4 days ago
Pennsylvania's independently elected fiscal watchdog said Wednesday that his staff was repeatedly refused a tour of a Berks County facility that is one of three family detention centers in the United States that hold children and parents who are...
Mirror Online › 4 days ago
Shocked motorists alerted West Yorkshire Police after seeing the female carrying the youngster in the pitch black on the M62 in Hartshead, Kirless
Al Jazeera › 5 days ago
The court has ordered the eviction of hundreds of refugees and asylum seekers living in the church in Cape Town, but they are refusing to leave.
UPI › 6 days ago
A Nativity scene in Southern California that depicts a baby Jesus, Mary and Joseph in separate cages at the U.S.-Mexico border has drawn attention as a statement against the Trump administration's immigration policy.
Jesus, Mary and Joseph portrayed as family separated at the border at California church nativity scene
New York Daily News › 6 days ago
Claremont United Methodist Church in Southern California caused a stir with their nativity scene this year after depicting Jesus, Mary and Joseph as a family separated at the border.
Fox News › 6 days ago
The numbers of African migrants heading to the U.S. through its border with Mexico have more than doubled in the past year, recent data from the federal government showed.
The Sydney Morning Herald › 1 week ago
The global political landscape is shifting very quickly right now.
The Sydney Morning Herald › Politics › 1 week ago
The lawyer for two asylum-seeker children transferred from Nauru to Australia for urgent medical treatment says their negligence cases have become "even more vital" following Thursday's repeal of the so-called "medevac" laws.
Chicago Tribune › Finance › 1 week ago
For months, asylum seekers have been prohibited from filing their claims at U.S. border crossings under a much-criticized Trump administration policy. Now some
The Guardian › 1 week ago
Organisers of competition the students travelled to attend demand their return to Nigeria
The Sydney Morning Herald › Opinions › 1 week ago
Has the government finally embraced a solution that has been staring it in the face for six years?
The Independent › 1 week ago
Vessel was carrying 150 people and left Gambia last week
Washington Times › 1 week ago
Greek authorities say one person has died after a fire broke out in a housing unit in a refugee camp on the eastern Aegean island of Lesbos.