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Poland warns migrant crisis could last for years
Poland warned on Wednesday that the crisis on the Belarusian border could last for months or even years, a day after Polish forces used tear gas and water cannon to deter migrants.
EU to broaden Belarus sanctions on Monday over migrant crisis: Borrell
EU foreign ministers will widen sanctions on Belarus Monday to include airlines and travel agencies thought to involved in bringing migrants to the bloc's border, the European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said.
Migrant children report overcrowding, spoiled food, depression in U.S. shelters
Migrant children sent to emergency shelters within the United States described crowded living conditions, spoiled food, lack of clean clothes and struggles with depression, according to 17 testimonials filed in a court case on Monday.
At least 60 dead, over 200 missing in Congo River accident
A Democratic Republic of Congo official said more than 200 people are missing after the boat they were on sank on the Congo River, claiming the lives of at least 60 people in the country’s western Equateur province.
Greece denies fresh claims on migrant pushbacks
Greece's migration minister dismissed fresh claims that migrants are being illegally pushed out of the country toward Turkish borders.
France seeking to ban far-right, anti-migrant group
France began a process to ban French far-right group Generation Identitaire, which is known to be hostile to migrants, Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin said.
'I need mama, I need school', migrant child stuck in Bosnia appeals to EU
Fourteen year-old Amim Hzam from Iraq said he has tried to enter European Union member Croatia with his family forty times from northwestern Bosnia over the last two years.
Migrant woman with coronavirus gives birth on board a helicopter in Italy
A migrant woman who tested positive to coronavirus has given birth to a baby on board a helicopter as she was flying to Sicily from the small southern Italian island of Lampedusa, the Sicilian regional government said.
First Italy trial over 'migrant pushback' to Libya to be held
The captain of an Italian-flagged ship is to be tried for allegedly forcing migrants back to Libya, in the first such case in Italy, documents seen by AFP show.
Migrant children need education in Thailand
The COVID-19 outbreak has deprived students of their brick-and-mortar schools, including about 500,000 migrant children in Thailand, who live among the most vulnerable.
Millions of workers fled India’s cities and don’t want to return
From March through May, around 10 million migrant workers fled India’s megacities, afraid to be unemployed, hungry and far from family during the world’s biggest anti-COVID lockdown.
Turkey hopes for new EU migrant deal by March 26
Turkey hopes to reach a new agreement with Europe to deal with refugees in time for the next summit of the European Union’s leaders, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said Tuesday.
Turkey's Erdogan asks Russia's Putin to step aside in Syria
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Saturday that he had asked President Vladimir Putin of Russia to step aside in Syria and leave Turkey to deal with Syrian government alone, after 34 Turkish soldiers were killed this week.
Clashes on Greek islands in protest at migrant camp
Clashes broke out on two Greek islands early on Tuesday between police and residents protesting the construction of migrant detention centers as the government vowed to press ahead with the project.

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