New York City poised to give voting rights to noncitizens

By BOBBY CAINA CALVAN, NEW YORK (AP):- New York City, long a beacon for immigrants, is on the cusp of becoming the largest places in the country to give noncitizens the right to vote in[ ... ]

Dominican Republic expels, mistreats Haitians, activists say

By DÁNICA COTO, DAJABON, Dominican Republic (AP):- Bien-Aimé St. Clair frowned as the stream of older Haitian migrants pushed past him. Accused of living in the Dominican Republic illegally, they knew they had no choice[ ... ]

Slovenia police say man from Bangladesh found dead on border

LJUBLJANA, Slovenia (AP):- Police in Slovenia said Monday that a body of a man from Bangladesh has been found near the border with Croatia — an area where migrants cross the border illegally while trying[ ... ]

New lawmakers make German parliament more diverse than ever

By KIRSTEN GRIESHABER, BERLIN (AP):- Hakan Demir smiled broadly as he stood in front of

Updating the Global Refugee Regime

The debacle in Afghanistan has rekindled the global debate over how to manage refugee flows.




    (Nawabad, Afghanistan : This picture taken on November 14, 2021 shows women going to back to their houses after attending a class of grade 12 in Langar village, in the Qarabagh district, some 56 km south-west of Ghazni, in Ghazni province. When the Taliban overran the village of Nawabad in central Afghanistan, fighting stopped but lessons carried on at the local girls' high school. - TO GO WITH: Afghanistan-conflict-women-education, FOCUS by Elise Blanchard Photo: Hector RETAMAL-AFP)


    (Models present creations during the Chanel "Metiers d'art 2021-2022" show at 19M in Paris, on December 7, 2021. Photo: Christophe ARCHAMBAULT-AFP)

  • Wintry Weather Washington

    (Pedestrians are blanketed by snow as they walk along Astor Street during Monday's storm, Dec. 6, 2021, in Spokane, Wash. Photo: Dan Pelle-The Spokesman-Review via AP)


    (This photo taken on October 16, 2021 shows members of the Karenni Nationalities Defence Force (KNDF) taking part in training at their base camp in the forest near Demoso, in Myanmar's eastern Kayah state. - Young anti-coup recruits line up at a secret camp in Myanmar, hands behind their heads and stomachs braced, waiting for a drill instructor to deliver a punch to toughen them up for their fight against the military. Photo: AFP)

Canadian Business Sector Urges Government To Fund Skilled Immigration

By N24 Correspondent, TORONTO:- Canadian business leaders sent a list of recommendations to the federal government on how to support economic recovery in Canada. On


After four years of brutish immigration restrictions, advocates are breathing a sigh of relief and seeing a clear opening to push through ambitious reforms under

A Guatemalan Village Tells The Story of Immigration To The U.S.

The population of the province of Huehuetenango, Guatemala, is majority Maya. It’s a remote region near the border with Mexico, about a seven-hour drive from