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Matamoros to the US: A long journey across a short bridge | Child Rights News

Matamoros, Mexico/Brownsville, Texas, US – Late last month in Matamoros, one of the asylum-seeker camps on the US-Mexico border, the…

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Fifteen people drown in latest shipwreck tragedy off Libya | Migration News

IOM says at least 95 people, including two children, rescued after rubber boat capsizes in central Mediterranean route. At least…

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India rescues 81 Rohingya on drifting boat, 8 dead, one missing | Refugees News

India’s coastguard finds 81 survivors and eight dead on a boat crammed with Rohingya refugees adrift in the Andaman Sea.…

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Rights groups in last gasp bid to stop Malaysia deportation | Migration News

Groups take court action, send letters of appeal to stop Malaysia from sending 1,200 people back to Myanmar. Human rights…

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US to let in 25,000 asylum seekers kept out by ‘Remain in Mexico’ | Coronavirus pandemic News

US President Joe Biden’s administration on Friday announced plans for tens of thousands of asylum seekers waiting in Mexico for…

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‘Starting from zero’: In Greece, women refugees forge new careers | Refugees News

Names marked with an asterisk* have been changed to protect identities.  Athens, Greece – In recent years, Greece has become…

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In war-weary CAR, humanitarian crisis deepens amid fresh violence | Humanitarian Crises News

To the east, thousands have crossed the border to escape new attacks; to the west, thousands more hide in churches…

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Starvation crisis looms as aid groups seek urgent Tigray access | Humanitarian Crises News

Following his declaration of military victory against rebellious forces in Ethiopia’s Tigray nearly two months ago, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed…

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