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Nearly 85% of UN nations back migration deal; not US
Defying fierce opposition from the United States and a few other nations, nearly 85 percent of the countries at the UN agreed Monday on a sweeping yet non-binding accord to ensure safe, orderly and humane migration.
Bulgaria not to join UN migration pact
Bulgaria's government confirmed on Wednesday that it would not join the United Nations pact for better regulating worldwide migration, set to be adopted later this month.
Dutch set to back Marrakesh migration pact next week
A clear majority of MPs in the Dutch lower house of parliament back signing the Marrakesh pact on controlling migration, it emerged during a stormy debate on Tuesday evening.
Want to reduce migration? Spend money on climate change, not border security
The UN Global Compact for safe, orderly and regular migration which has created so much trouble over the past few months contains an important new recognition.
Chancellor Merkel defends UN migration pact, censures 'nationalism in purest form'
Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel has made a speech in defense of a UN agreement on migration and accused its opponents of “nationalism,” while apparently criticizing US President Donald Trump over his immigration policies.
France and Comoros agree to end migration row
France and the Indian Ocean state of Comoros have agreed to resolve a row linked to immigration and territorial disputes, they said on Wednesday.
Austria refuses to sign UN migration pact
Austria said Wednesday it will not sign a United Nations migration pact that is set to be adopted in December, in order to "defend its national sovereignty."
Austria to shun global migration pact on sovereignty worries
Austria will follow the US and Hungary in backing out of a United Nations (UN) migration pact over concerns it will blur the line between legal and illegal migration, the right-wing government said on Wednesday.
4 in 10 Brits despise migration impacts: Poll
A new study carried out in the United Kingdom shows that almost half of Britons have a general dislike for migrants and their impact on the culture.
Overseas students should 'stay in migration target'
International students in the UK should not be removed from targets to reduce migration, recommended a report commissioned by the Home Office.
EU Commission says will not bow to Italian threat on migration
The European Commission said on Friday it will follow rules governing migration, rather than bow to threats, such as made by an Italian minister to distribute migrants held on a coast guard ship in Sicily.
City size plays crucial role in migration patterns
People from smaller cities are more likely to migrate than people from larger cities, according to a new study by UCL academics.
EU leaders defend migration deal as doubts emerge
EU leaders defended a hard-won migration deal agreed after marathon talks on Friday that Italy hailed as a breakthrough despite emerging doubts on whether bloc partners would shoulder more responsibility for migrants.
Migration challenge is make-or-break for EU, says Merkel
The European Union’s fate rests on its ability to rise to the challenges of the migration debate, Chancellor Angela Merkel told the German parliament on Thursday ahead of a crunch summit in Brussels that will be dominated by the matter.
Unprecedented human migration cries out for a global response
The world is ‘basically at odds with itself’, International Organization for Migration (IOM) Director General William Swing said, describing the critical state of human migration between countries and continents.

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