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Dozens feared drowned after 'migrant boat sinks off Libya'
Some 60 people are missing and believed drowned after the dinghy they were on sank off Libya, the International Organization for Migration said Friday, citing survivor testimony.
Rescuers made 'scapegoat' for Italian frustration with migrant crisis
Anne Marie Loof has devoted her life to humanitarian work but says she understands why some Italians have started painting people like her as villains.
Rome seeks migrant moratorium, warns of social tensions
Rome's populist mayor has called for a moratorium on new migrants arriving in the city, warning that setting up additional reception centers risked sparking explosive social tensions in the capital.
Fire at migrant home injures 37 in Germany
Thirty seven people, including 10 children, were injured in a fire that broke out early Sunday in a migrant housing center in the northern German city of Bremen, fire and police officials said.
Unaccompanied  migrant children hits ‘record high’
The number of children traveling alone has increased fivefold since 2010, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said , warning that many young refugees and migrants are taking highly dangerous routes, often at the mercy of traffickers, to reach their destinations.
Migrant workers feel targeted by Beijing's clean-up of hutongs
The Chinese capital is sanitizing its ancient hutong alleyways, home to millions of migrants workers and thousands of small businesses, bulldozing illegal constructions and forcing shops and tiny courtyard restaurants to relocate or go under.
Turkey threatens to suspend EU migrant deal if no visa waiver provided
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says his country would re-evaluate or suspend all agreements under its controversial refugee deal with the European Union in case the 28-nation bloc does not grant Turkish citizens visa-free travel through most of Europe.
Chinese toy factories open summer camp for migrant workers' children
“Now I don’t have to worry about my little son not recognizing me when I go back home for Spring Festival,” said Yang Dongmei, a 26-year-old worker in one of the southern Chinese factories that manufactures toys for companies including Disney, Mattel and Toys R Us.
UN: Mediterranean migrant deaths in 2016 pass 5,000
The number of migrants and refugees who have perished while trying to cross the Mediterranean this year has passed 5,000, the UN said Friday after two more deadly shipwrecks.
Merkel seeks new party term amid Germany's migrant crisis
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Tuesday stressed her determination to prevent a repeat of last year's huge migrant influx as she seeks a new two-year term in charge of her conservative party.
After Calais, France clears Paris migrant camp
Hundreds of French police cleared a huge migrant camp in northeast Paris on Friday in a fresh sign of the government's determination to take refugees off the streets and into shelters.
Paris mayor warns of capital's migrant woes
French authorities on Monday were clearing the last shacks in the Calais "Jungle", signaling the end of the notorious camp, as attention turned to the thousands of migrants sleeping rough in Paris.
France starts clearing 'Jungle' migrant camp
France began clearing the sprawling "Jungle" migrant camp in Calais on Monday, with hundreds carrying suitcases queuing outside a hangar to be resettled in reception centers across the country.
Egypt passes law to curb migrant trafficking
Egypt passed legislation on Monday to crack down on people traffickers linked to a major surge in the numbers of migrants departing from the country's Mediterranean coast on often disastrous sea journeys to Europe.
Migrant children start leaving France's 'Jungle' camp for UK
A first group of unaccompanied migrant children left the Calais 'Jungle' camp for Britain on Saturday, days after a French minister said the UK had a moral duty to take them in.

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