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Better Ways for Us to Argue and Disagree

New York Times 26 Sep 2022
Readers discuss a column by Pamela Paul about employing debate techniques. Also. Abortion laws; the Russia-Ukraine war; migrants welcome; Broadway today ... .

'Lack of apology': Queen's death a stark reminder of colonial trauma for Indian, Pakistani diaspora

Australian Broadcasting Corporation 26 Sep 2022
As the world mourns the death of Britain's longest-serving monarch, those from former colonies are reminded of the pain and bloodshed which occurred under British rule ... .

Emigration extracts as high a price as soaring cost of living

Irish Independent 25 Sep 2022
In it, analysts puzzled over the paradox that in Ireland youth unemployment is the lowest in the EU, yet 70pc of young people feel so demoralised they are seriously considering emigrating ... of security.But I can also attest to the point that emigration often exacts a heavy price.

Cinema Tehran Brings a Dance Party Vibe to Indie Movie Theaters

New York Times 25 Sep 2022
Created by two Iranian immigrants, the global film series brings people together through screenings, chats and food ... .

Emigration Ministry prioritizes contacting communities in Africa

Egypt Today 23 Sep 2022
State Minister of Emigration and Egyptian Expatriates' Affairs Soha Gendy has stressed that the ministry prioritizes contacting Egyptian communities in ...

China’s Wealthy Rush to Transfer Assets and Emigrate as Political and Economic Situation Worsens

The Epoch Times 23 Sep 2022
Concerned about China’s worsening political climate and its economic repercussions, wealthy Chinese are accelerating the process of emigration and transferring of assets overseas ... ....

Pension age fudge just another reason for the young to emigrate

The Irish Times 23 Sep 2022
Fear of ‘grey power’ will see younger generation burdened with the cost of the Government’s resfusal to face up to the cost of funding the state pension. This “grey power” could also produce militancy about protecting hard-earned entitlements, writes Diarmuid Ferriter. Photograph. iStock. Diarmaid Ferriter. Fri Sep 23 2022 - 05.00 ... READ MORE ... .

The real story of the Putin emigres

The Spectator 23 Sep 2022
'Russians are fleeing their country in droves'. That’s how Andrei Soldatov and Irina Borogan, partners in life and journalism, sum up in seven words one of the many tragedies of Russia, from which they too have fled – further than most, to Britain ... A trial – in absentia – is expected in October ... This is what Putin has done ... state communism ... .

‘The Bus Left Us’: Family Caught in Immigration Battle Reaches New York

New York Times 22 Sep 2022
Leida, Kevin and their young daughter, Victoria, fled Venezuela, crossing seven countries to reach Texas. That’s when they were pulled into a political fight between Republican governors and the White House ... .

A Girl Survived a Suicide Bombing in Afghanistan. Then She Vanished in Texas.

New York Times 22 Sep 2022
Lina Sardar Khil was 3 when she barely escaped a terrorist attack during the fall of Afghanistan. While living in San Antonio, she went out to play — and has not been seen since ... .

Bill to Grant Afghan Evacuees a Path to Residency Hits Snags

New York Times 22 Sep 2022
The White House and members of both parties had hoped to attach the legislation to a must-pass spending bill this month. But it is encountering opposition from Republicans ... .

A.C.L.U. Says Immigration Detention Facility Should Be Shut Down

New York Times 22 Sep 2022
The situation at a New Mexico detention facility revives a long-running debate over the government’s reliance on private prisons to house immigrants, many of them seeking asylum ... .

Venezuela says U.S. sanctions causing emigration spike

Xinhua 21 Sep 2022
20 (Xinhua) -- Sanctions imposed by the United States are driving more Venezuelans to emigrate to neighboring countries, Venezuelan Labor Minister Francisco Torrealba told the United Nations Human Rights Council on Tuesday ... sanctions causing emigration spike.

LETTER: Accelerating emigration illustrates government’s failure

Business Day 21 Sep 2022
Many Business Day articles over the past month have highlighted rapidly accelerating emigration ... Holding the government accountable means understanding emigration numbers. There are few better indicators of executive government failure than net emigration flows.

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Chinese President Xi Jinping, second right, Russian President Vladimir Putin, left, and Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev, right, talk to each other at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit in Samarkand, Uzbekistan, Friday, Sept. 16, 2022.
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