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Irish emigration songs that will stir your heart

Irish Central 19 Aug 2022
The most famous and best remembered songs of emigration and exile ... .
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Odesa Is Defiant. It’s Also Putin’s Ultimate Target in Ukraine.

New York Times 19 Aug 2022
President Vladimir V. Putin knows that Ukraine’s fate, its access to the sea and its grain exports hinge on Odesa. Without it, the country shrivels to a landlocked rump state ... .
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Sars’s ‘high wealth’ unit – something to welcome or be wary of?

Moneyweb 19 Aug 2022
Now is not the time to flaunt wealth that hasn't been declared to the revenue authority ... .
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Russia mulls dissolving Israeli emigration agency

Deutsche Welle 18 Aug 2022
Sources suggest Moscow fears a brain drain if too many Jewish citizens leave Russia for Israel. The Justice Ministry seeks the closure of the Russian branch of the Jewish Agency for Israel, and a court will now decide ... .
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Russia Jews head for Israel as Kremlin targets emigration group

Middle East Monitor 18 Aug 2022
"I am of Jewish origin and the only option for me to emigrate was to Israel," Fomintsev said in an interview at his new home in Tel Aviv ...
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Russian Jews head for Israel as Kremlin targets emigration group

FX Empire 18 Aug 2022
“I am of Jewish origin and the only option for me to emigrate was to Israel,” Fomintsev said in an interview at his new home in Tel Aviv ... According to Israeli government figures, 20,246 Russians emigrated to Israel between January and July 2022, with numbers spiking from around 700 per month in February to over 3,000 in March.
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Russian Emigres Should Keep Silent on Possible Visa Bans

The Washington Post 17 Aug 2022
Instead of aligning with the Kremlin, it’s best they accept that many European countries have good reason not to welcome Russian tourists ... .
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Hong Kong requires another shot of confidence to halt emigration wave

South China Morning Post 16 Aug 2022
With the loss of more than 113,000 residents in a year, many young and talented, the time has come for the government to give people reasons to remain and move here ... .
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Emigrating in our forties: ‘My art is a vessel for dealing with the trauma of moving our family to Berlin’

Irish Independent 16 Aug 2022
Back in July 2015, my husband and I were renting a house in Donaghmede. It was basically beside my mam and dad and we were saving up to buy it and make it our own. Then, out of nowhere, the landlord terminated the tenancy and it felt like the bottom dropped out of our world ... We started talking about what we were going to do next.
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Migrant Apprehensions Surpass a Fiscal Year Record

New York Times 16 Aug 2022
Border officials already had apprehended more migrants by June than they had in the entire previous fiscal year, and are on track to exceed two million by the end of September ... .
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Reckoning With Memories of Budapest

New York Times 15 Aug 2022
A Times journalist spent three months capturing a contemporary portrait of Hungary’s capital, where he lived for several years as a child in the early ’90s ... .
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Egypt’s Long-Serving Minister Nabila Makram Replaced in Cabinet Reshuffle

Egyptian Streets 13 Aug 2022
Nabila Makram, Minister of Emigration and Egyptian Expatriate Affairs ... Egypt’s Minister of Emigration and Egyptian Expatriate Affairs Nabila Makram is set to be replaced in a surprise cabinet reshuffle ... At the time, the Ministry of Emigration and Egyptian Expatriate Affairs was brand new.
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Thousands of Afghan Refugees Are Still Waiting for a Chance to Come to the U.S.

New York Times 12 Aug 2022
The end of the war in Afghanistan created a new refugee crisis. Thousands are still waiting for a chance to come to the United States ... .

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