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India’s coronavirus lock leaves a large number of migrants stranded

NEW DELHI – In one of the greatest migrations in the modern history of India, hundreds of thousands of migrant workers have taken long walks to get home. They were made homeless and unemployed by the nationwide blockade by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to curb the spread of the corona virus. In the capital city of Delhi, thousands of migrants, …

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Dutch authorities find 25 migrants in refrigerated containers aboard ships

The Dutch authorities said Tuesday that they had stowed 25 migrants in a refrigerated container on a ferry to the UK. The ferry Britannia Seaways, owned by the Danish operator DFDS, left the Netherlands on Tuesday and quickly turned to the Dutch port of Vlaardingen after the migrants had made a hole in a trailer, the shipping company said in …

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Mexico stops caravan with 2,000 migrants entering the US; Critics refer to Roundup as a "manhunt"

A caravan of approximately 2,000 migrants arriving in the United States on Saturday was stopped by the Mexican authorities just hours before their trip. The caravan was made up of migrants from Africa, the Caribbean and the US Reuters reported that Central America had left before dawn for Tapachula, a city in southern Mexico near the Guatemalan border. The migrants …

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Caravan with 2,000 migrants imprisoned in southern Mexico

TAPACHULA, Mexico (AP) – Mexican officials have disbanded a caravan of some 2,000 migrants who left from southern Mexico on Saturday in hopes of reaching the United States. Many of the migrants who left Tapachula, Chiapas early in the morning, had been imprisoned for weeks or months in this city north of Guatemala, waiting for permits or transit papers from …

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US announces asylum treaty with Honduras, which could send migrants to one of the world's most violent nations

Nick Miroff Reporter on the Enforcement of Immigration Provisions and the Department of Homeland Security 25. September at 15:08 Almairis Guillen and her son Miguel de Jesus Oseguera, 4, were in October 2018 in Mexico traveled with a caravan from Honduras to the United States. (Carolyn Van Houten / The Washington Post) The Trump administration announced Wednesday a migration treaty …

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Trump's government reaches agreement on sending asylum seekers to El Salvador to prevent migrants from entering the US

Kevin McAleenan, Acting Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, said the deal was announced Friday afternoon, according to government officials aware of the agreement. McAleenan traveled to El Salvador last month to negotiate the agreement with President Nayib Bukele. Officials refer to the agreement as an "Asylum Cooperation Agreement" and insist that such an agreement does not correspond to …

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Trump administration launches brazen attack on Flores agreement to detain young migrants longer

In an intriguing provocation, the Trump administration claims to announce Wednesday that it will lift a decade-old legal agreement to indefinitely detain migrant families. The planned termination of the original Flores Settlement Agreement President Donald Trump, a 1997 ruling regulating detention conditions and term of service for underage migrants, is the most aggressive and suspicious attempt by President Donald Trump …

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Migrants go on board a rescue vessel in Italy after a 19-day stalemate

A migrant rescue vessel with more than 80 people was evacuated on Tuesday near Italy's southernmost island. This ended a 19-day stalemate, which caused 15 passengers to jump into the sea to escape the worsening conditions on board. The Sicilian Prosecutor Luigi Patronaggio ordered the seizure and immediate evacuation of the ship from the island of Lampedusa. The prosecutor boarded …

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