These Migrants Stuck in Tent Cities on the Border Just Had Their Hopes Dashed by the Supreme Court

The court said the Trump administration can continue its “Remain in Mexico” program. Migrants say they’re “in a complete state of limbo.” MATAMOROS, Mexico — More than 1,700 people live nearly on top of one another steps from the U.S.-Mexico … Read More

“Pig Ebola” is spreading uncontrollably in China and Vietnam

It’s an unprecedented outbreak of a virus that’s deadly to pigs. Health officials in Hanoi, Vietnam, spray disinfectant on a dead pig at a farm before burying it in an isolated quarantined pit to stop the spread of African swine … Read More

More than 100 protesters are feared killed in Iran crackdown, Amnesty International says

posted in: Middle East, News

A woman walks past a bicycle station that was vandalized by protesters in Tehran. (Atta Kenare/AFP/Getty Images) ISTANBUL — Iran’s security forces may have killed more than 100 protesters as part of a brutal crackdown on demonstrations that is being … Read More

Venezuela refugee crisis: ‘we are beginning to see outbreaks of xenophobia’

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Social stability in Latin America is at risk under the pressure of Venezuelan refugees. More than 4 and a half million people have left the country and the flow continues to grow dramatically as the political crisis has not been … Read More

South Korea says sanctions shrank North Korean economy at sharpest rate in 20 years

SEOUL (Reuters) – North Korea’s economy contracted at the sharpest rate in two decades in 2017, South Korea’s central bank estimated on Friday, as international sanctions and drought hit growth hard, with signs living conditions were beginning to deteriorate. Gross … Read More

Egypt, U.N. ask Israel to ease up on Hamas

posted in: Israel, News

An Egyptian delegation left Gaza on Wednesday and asked Israel to allow one more chance for calm to be restored to the situation, Liberman said. >  Egypt releases 1978 Camp David Accords calling for Palestinian autonomy. >  Egypt warns Abbas: … Read More

US, Mexico reach deal to stop Honduran caravan at Mexico’s southern border

posted in: News, United States

The U.S. and Mexico have reached an agreement aimed at keeping the 4,000-person migrant caravan from reaching America. The plan was developed over many months and included a request from Mexico that the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees establish … Read More

The Palestinian Authority denounced the administration’s move as “an act of political blackmail”

posted in: Israel, News

The Palestinian Authority denounced the administration’s move as “an act of political blackmail” President Donald Trump is seen on Sept. 6, 2018, in Washington, D.C. The Trump administration is withdrawing $25 million it had committed to the East Jerusalem Hospital … Read More

French President Macron: Europe cannot depend on US for security

posted in: European Union, News

Trump’s ‘aggressive’ isolationism means US ‘appears to be turning its back on shared history’, French president says. ‘It is up to us to … guarantee our security,’ Macron said on Monday [Philippe Wojazer/Pool/Reuters] The European Union must stop depending on the United States for … Read More

EU immigration crisis goes to extra time

In a dramatic attack in the last minute of the match between Belgium and Japan at the World Cup, Nacer Chadli scored the winning goal for Belgium. Before that, Marouane Fellaini had scored the equalizing goal from Eden Hazard’s cross. … Read More

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