Lawsuit: ICE detained US citizen for a week in Tacoma

By GENE JOHNSON, SEATTLE (AP):- A naturalized U.S. citizen from Mexico is suing U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, saying the agency held him in detention for a week even though he had his passport with[ ... ]

US closes Trump-era office for victims of immigrant crime

By ELLIOT SPAGAT,SAN DIEGO (AP):- The Biden administration said Friday it has dismantled a Trump-era government office to help victims of crimes committed by immigrants, a move that symbolizes President Joe Biden’s rejection of former[ ... ]

Blunt message, search for answers mark VP’s 1st foreign trip

By ALEXANDRA JAFFE, MEXICO CITY (AP):- Vice President Kamala Harris came to Latin America to deliver a message rather than clinch some kind of concrete deal. She bluntly told migrants not to travel to the[ ... ]

Priti Patel and the Death of Asylum

Nothing makes better sense to the political classes than small time demagoguery when matters turn

EXPLAINER: Is the US Border With Mexico in Crisis?

BY ELLIOT SPAGAT, SAN DIEGO (AP):- House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said Monday during a

  • A native Nepalese indigenous Raute

    (Gurbhakot Municipality-9 Raute settlement in Surkhet Amapsoti settlement. There are currently 46 temporary tent houses in the settlement. Surkhet, 11 June 2021. Photo: Shur Bahadur Singh, RSS)


    (This aerial photograph taken on June 8, 2021 on the Caddebostan shore of Turkey's Marmara Sea, shows a boat sailing among mucilage, a jelly-like layer of slime that develops on the surface of the water due to the excessive proliferation of phytoplankton, gravely threatening the marine biome. - The mucilage has been informally referred to as "sea snot" and was first documented in Turkey's waters in 2007. Experts warn the mucilage will occur more often because of global warming. Photo: Yasin Akgul-AFP)


    (Demonstrators performance to pay tribute to the victims of police violence in the framework of the protests against the government of the Colombian President Ivan Duque during the visited of the Inter-American Comission on Human Rights (CIDH) in Cali, Colombia on June 8, 2021 - The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (CIDH) arrived in Colombia to assess the situation in the country, shaken for more than a month by massive protests that left dozens of deaths and have generated international alarm. Photo: Paola MAFLA-AFP)


    (In a photo taken on April 13, 2012 North Korean soldiers attend the unveiling ceremony for two statues of former leaders Kim Il-Sung and Kim Jong-Il in Pyongyang. Photo: Ed JONES-AFP)

  • Colombia Argentina Wcup Soccer

    (Argentina's Exequiel Palacios dribbles past Colombia's Juan Cuadrado during a qualifying soccer match for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 at the Metropolitano stadium in Barranquilla, Colombia, Tuesday, June 8, 2021. AP Photo: Fernando Vergara)

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