Latest News for: Emigration

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Democrats Dealt a Blow on Immigration Plans

New York Times 20 Sep 2021
The Senate’s parliamentarian ruled that Democrats’ plan to give 8 million immigrants a path to citizenship could not be achieved through the reconciliation process ... .
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Residents of Del Rio Feel the Impact of the Migrant Crisis

New York Times 20 Sep 2021
The influx of thousands of migrants has led to squalor under a bridge, and a dispirited town beyond it ... .
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Glimpses of ‘Lost Tribe’ Jewish Communities in India and Myanmar

New York Times 20 Sep 2021
Often overlooked, the communities in South and Southeast Asia complicate notions of Jewish identity while emphasizing its malleability ... .
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I'm a Texas Abortion Provider. My Work Serves the Community.

New York Times 20 Sep 2021
Navigating care for pregnancy and abortion in Texas is impossible ... .
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Haiti Protests Mass Deportation of Migrants to a Country in Crisis

New York Times 19 Sep 2021
Haiti migration officials have asked the United States for a “humanitarian moratorium” even as they prepare to receive the first returnees from Texas. “Will we have enough to feed these people?” ... .
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Merkel’s Children: Living Legacies Called Angela, Angie and Sometimes Merkel

New York Times 19 Sep 2021
For some refugee families who traveled to Germany during the migrant crisis of 2015 and 2016, gratitude for Chancellor Angela Merkel’s decision to welcome them comes via a namesake ... .
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Emigrant fire erupts near Castaic, forcing closures on Interstate 5

The Los Angeles Times 18 Sep 2021
The Emigrant fire was reported just after 1.30 p.m ... Two northbound lanes south of Vista Del Lago Road were closed ... Advertisement ... The fire is named after Emigrant Landing, a boating facility at Pyramid Lake ... CaliforniaFires. Matt Hamilton.
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How Hope, Fear and Misinformation Led Thousands of Haitians to the U.S. Border

New York Times 18 Sep 2021
Some left to find work. Others to escape violence or racial discrimination in other countries. But many believe ‘there is nothing to go back to.’ ... .
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Biden Administration to Deport Haitians in South Texas

New York Times 18 Sep 2021
More than 14,000 Haitians are camping out under a bridge in Del Rio, Texas, awaiting processing by the United States Border Patrol ... .
photo: AP / Michel Euler
French writer, politician and journalist Eric Zemmour acknowledges applauses after his speech at the Convention of the Right, in Paris, Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019
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From TV to the French Presidency? Eric Zemmour Eyes Trump's Path

New York Times 17 Sep 2021
Éric Zemmour, a writer and TV celebrity known for his far-right nationalism, dominates political talk in France as he weighs a run for president.                                              By Norimitsu Onishi Sept. 17, 2021, 8.41 a.m.
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Utah Is a Destination Wedding Hot Spot, No Travel Required

New York Times 17 Sep 2021
Thousands of international couples, separated by Covid-19 travel restrictions, have found a surprising lifeboat in Provo, Utah, where the wedding process has been fully virtualized ... .
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Thousands of Migrants Huddle in Squalid Conditions Under Texas Bridge

New York Times 17 Sep 2021
The temporary camp in Del Rio has grown with staggering speed in recent days during a massive surge in migration that has overwhelmed the authorities ... .
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Congress Pushes Path to Citizenship for 'Documented Dreamers'

New York Times 16 Sep 2021
There is a growing bipartisan push to protect the children of nonimmigrant visa holders who were raised in the United States but cannot obtain green cards ... .
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There has been an exodus of SA’s skilled workers

Moneyweb 16 Sep 2021
If professionals are to be persuaded to stay, ‘policymakers need to be very careful’ in what they do, how they roll out certain things, reckons PPS CEO Izak Smit ... .
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