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Migrants need better access to healthcare in Europe: WHO
Europe must guarantee migrants better access to health care, the World Health Organization urged Monday in its first report on the health of new arrivals to the old continent, where accessibility varies broadly.
Around 120 migrants feared dead in Mediterranean
Three survivors of a rubber dinghy that sank in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Libya say up to 117 other migrants were aboard at the time, a UN migration official said Saturday.
Afghan migrants returning from Iran hit record high in 2018
Nearly 800,000 Afghan migrants returned or were deported back to Afghanistan from Iran in 2018 – an increase of two-thirds compared to the previous year, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) said on January 8.
Pope warns of resurgent nationalism, urges help for migrants
Pope Francis warned on Monday against a resurgence of nationalist and populist movements and criticized countries that try to solve the migration crisis with unilateral or isolationist actions.
US fires tear gas across Mexico border to stop migrants
US authorities fired tear gas into Mexico during the first hours of the New Year to repel about 150 migrants who tried to breach the border fence in Tijuana.
Migrants to affluent nations may be healthier than the native-born
International migrants who relocate to high-income countries to work, study or join family members are less likely to die prematurely than people born in their new homelands, a research review suggested.
Migrants land in Spain on Christmas Eve after boat intercepted
A boat carrying people from North Africa to Europe was intercepted off the coast of Spain by a rescue ship.
Where seven-year-old Jakelin Caal crossed, migrants risk death to enter US
The black shadows of yucca shrubs huddled under a three-quarter moon.
Turkish Red Crescent helping Afghan migrants returning back to home country
Turkey has been helping Afghan migrants returning back to their country acquire a job or have their own business, as part of a project initiated by the Turkish Red Crescent (‘Kızılay’ in Turkish).
Migrants send record amounts to home countries, but overall poverty pertains
At the end of this year, migrants will have sent $466 billion to family and friends in their countries of origin. Despite this record amount these remittances have little to no effect on the dire economic state of affairs in those home countries. Earlier this week in Brussels, a group of experts convened to think of ways to make the sent money work in a way that benefits more than just a few lucky families.
Tensions rise at US-Mexico border as migrants wait to cross
Hundreds of migrants from Central America in Mexico have gathered around a tense US border crossing, where US security measures created long lines of Mexicans headed to the US to attend Thanksgiving gatherings.
Some Central American migrants arrive at US-Mexico border
Hundreds of migrants from Central America traveling through Mexico to seek asylum in the United States have reached the Mexican border city of Tijuana, which sits across the border from San Diego, California.
Thousands of US troops head for southern border
The Pentagon is deploying 5,200 active-duty troops to beef up security along the US-Mexico border, officials announced Monday, in a bid to prevent a caravan of Central American migrants from illegally crossing the frontier.
Migrants, Bosnian police clash at Croatia border crossing
Dozens of migrants clashed with Bosnian police Wednesday while trying to cross from Bosnia into Croatia and enter the European Union.
Is there a remittance trap?
Workers’ remittances — the money migrants send home to their families — command the attention of economists and policymakers because of their potential to improve the lives of millions of people.

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