In Ciudad Juárez, Migrants Dream of America but ‘Run Into Trump’s Wall’

Little Habana recently opened in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. Its staff of 10 Cuban migrants serves up traditional fare.CreditCreditCelia Talbot Tobin for The New York Times CIUDAD JUÁREZ, Mexico — There is a new hint of life in the dilapidated downtown … Read More

Migration more worrying than climate change for Europeans: survey

posted in: European Union, News

While climate change is growing in the public conscience, migration is still the major issue for more EU citizens, according to the results of the European Commission’s biannual Eurobarometer public opinion survey. Migration remains the top concern across the European … Read More

Winning asylum in the U.S. is especially hard now for Central American migrants

Daniela, 19, checks her cell phone at a shelter in Tijuana, Mexico. Daniela talked about the difficulties that women can face El Salvador, including sexual assault and death threats. Daniela was living in a Tijuana shelter while in the process … Read More

‘Kicks and Punches’: 300 German Police Officers Attacked Trying to Deport Migrants in 2018

posted in: News, Refugee Crisis Europe

The number of deportees being expelled from Germany is continuing to decline, statistics by the country’s Interior Ministry suggest. While airlines are being blamed for hampering the process, police are reporting that assaults against officers carrying out deportations have become … Read More

Attacks on Germany’s Mosques Were Preceded by Spike in Migrant Crimes – AfD MEP

posted in: Germany, News

Germany’s Muslims have called upon the government to protect mosques amid increasing bomb threats and Islamophobia. But according to the Deputy Leader of the AfD in Rhineland-Palatinate Joachim Paul, the rise in crimes could have been fuelled by the refugee … Read More

Trump Criticizes Democrats’ Push for Open Borders Days After Supreme Court Ruling

Border Patrol apprehends illegal aliens who have just crossed the Rio Grande from Mexico near McAllen, Texas, on April 18, 2019. (Charlotte Cuthbertson/The Epoch Times) President Donald Trump took to Twitter on July 30 to again criticize the open border agenda … Read More

Report: Antifa Planning ‘Militancy Training,’ ‘Siege in El Paso

Members of the far-left Antifa movement are planning to converge near the U.S.-Mexico border in September to protest conditions at migrant detention facilities. And what they reportedly aim to do in El Paso, Texas, is concerning, to say the least. … Read More

Supreme Court paves way for Trump administration to use military funds for border wall

The Supreme Court sided with the Trump administration on Friday in lifting a freeze backed by a lower court that had halted plans to use $2.5 billion in Pentagon funds for border wall construction. The decision, which split the bench along ideological lines, allows … Read More

US expands powers to deport migrants without going to court

posted in: News, Refugee Crisis America

Rights activists protesting against ICE near the organization’s headquarters in Washington DC last week – Reuters The US government is introducing a new fast-track deportation process that will bypass immigration courts. Under the new rules, migrants who cannot prove they … Read More

No Telling How Long US Troops Will Stay on Southern Border: NORTHCOM Commander

U.S. Air Force Gen. Terrence J. O’Shaughnessy, commander, United States Northern Command and North American Aerospace Defense Command, briefs the media and Department of Defense about Hurricane Michael at the Pentagon, Washington, D.C., Oct. 10, 2018. (DoD photo/Angelita M. Lawrence) … Read More

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