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11 killed in crash of car carrying migrants in Greece
A speeding car carrying migrants collided with a truck in northern Greece on Saturday, killing 11 people, police said.
Australia considers forcing new migrants to live in rural areas
The Australian government unveiled a proposal to force new migrants to live outside Sydney and Melbourne.
Migrants given new home in wildfires-hit Portuguese town
A group of migrants rescued from the Mediterranean in July by charity ship Aquarius have a new home in Fundao, a small Portuguese town badly hit by wildfires last year, the government said.
Smugglers jailed for plot to bring migrants across Channel on jet skis
A gang of people smugglers who hatched an ‘alarmingly amateur’ plot to bring migrants across the English Channel on jet skis were jailed.
EU executive to propose new measures to deter migrants
The European Union will announce plans next week to strengthen its external borders and push foreign states to do more to deter migrants.
Italy threatens to bar EU naval force from bringing migrants
Italy threatened to bar ships of the EU naval force from bringing migrants picked up in the Mediterranean to its ports unless the bloc comes up with ways to share the burden of taking them in, officials in Brussels said.
German conservative: Community service would help migrants integrate
Completing a year of community service would improve the integration of refugees into German society and their acceptance by the public, the general secretary of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservative party said on Saturday.
U.N. urges Peru, Ecuador to ease entry for Venezuelans fleeing hardship
The United Nations refugee and migration agencies called on Latin American countries on Thursday to ease entry for Venezuelan nationals fleeing economic hardship and a deepening political crisis.
Almost 400 migrants rescued off Spanish coast this weekend
Almost 400 migrants were rescued in the Mediterranean this weekend as they attempted to make the crossing from Morocco to Spain, Spanish rescue services said.
Migrants' return to Libya by Italian boat could breach int’l law: UN
A rescue operation in which an Italian towboat rescued more than 100 migrants and returned them to Libya earlier this week may have been in breach of international law, the United Nations said on Tuesday.
Canada using DNA, ancestry websites to investigate migrants
Canadian immigration officials are using DNA testing and ancestry websites to try to establish the nationality of migrants, the Canada Border Services Agency said on Friday.
UN: 1,500 migrants have died in Mediterranean in 2018
For the fifth straight year, at least 1,500 migrants have perished in the Mediterranean, with the route between Libya and Italy being the deadliest, claiming the lives of one in 19, the UN migration agency said on Friday.
Pregnant women among migrants stranded at sea off Tunisian coast
Two pregnant women are among a group of migrants left stranded at sea for almost a fortnight after Tunisia became the latest of four countries to refuse their ship entry.
US immigration: 463 migrant parents deported without children
The administration of President Donald Trump said in a court filing Monday that 463 parents of migrant children are no longer present in the United States, indicating that the number of mothers and fathers potentially deported without their children during the “zero tolerance” border crackdown could be far larger than previously acknowledged.
Deaths at sea expose flaws of Italy-Libya migration pact
The deaths at sea of a mother and child have further exposed the flaws in a pact between Italy and Libya that has led to thousands of migrants being forcibly returned to the chaotic North African country.

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