Language is one of the barriers refugees face when resettling in a new country; securing work is another. A new D.C. event is helping refugees overcome both challenges — one plate at a time.
President Donald Trump directed his attorney general and acting homeland security secretary to take additional measures to overhaul the asylum system, which he insists “is in crisis” and plagued by “rampant abuse.”
Detained asylum seekers who have shown they have a credible fear of returning to their country will no longer be able to ask a judge to grant them bond.
The U.S. is “slow-walking” the admissions process for refugees, according to national security experts and refugee advocacy groups, and the numbers appear to back that up.
George Conway issued President Donald Trump a fact check on the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, the largest of the circuit courts and a target of the president’s anger after a judge in Northern California blocked him from banning asylum seekers who didn’t enter the country at specific points of entry.
The deployment will start with an undetermined number of forces heading to the border by the end of the month, and could eventually grow in size to 800 troops or more, a defense official said.
Algeria has abandoned more than 13,000 people in the past 14 months, including pregnant women and children, stranding them without food or water and forcing them to walk, sometimes at gunpoint, under temperatures of up to 118 degrees Fahrenheit.
Algeria has abandoned more than 13,000 people in the Sahara Desert over the past 14 months, including pregnant women and children.
Packed into five old school buses, hundreds of Central American migrants arrived at the U.S. border Sunday for a rally, to be followed by a planned mass attempt to apply for asylum, in a direct challenge to the Trump administration.
A few days before inauguration, a group of asylum lawyers, academics, mental health professionals and nonprofit organizations held a Refugee Ball to show solidarity with members of refugee and immigrant communities, and to educate the public about contributions these communities make to society.
A small town in Belgium is receiving migrants from the Middle East with a sense of duty — and coffee and cake.
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