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Dominican Republic plans wall to keep out Haitian migrants
Experts hit out at a plan by the Dominican Republic government to build a wall on its border with Haiti to reduce illegal immigration, claiming it won't work unless accompanied by development.
French boats rescue 36 migrants 'in difficulty' in Channel
French patrol boat rescued 36 migrants aboard two boats "in difficulty" in the Channel, seeking to cross to Britain, maritime authorities said on Saturday.
UN: Libyan navy intercepts over 800 EU-bound migrants
Hundreds of Europe-bound migrants were intercepted in the Mediterranean sea off Libya's coasts and taken into detention, the UN migration agency said.
More migrants released into US after Mexico stops taking some back
US Border Patrol agents are increasingly releasing asylum-seeking families into the US after Mexican authorities began refusing to take some families back in January, US officials said.
Guatemalan woman's family urges Mexico to solve killings of 19 suspected migrants
The family of a young Guatemalan woman believed to be among 19 victims of a massacre in northern Mexico has urged the Mexican government to bring those responsible to justice.
EU's Frontex says 'no evidence' of illegal migrant pushbacks
The managing board of EU border agency Frontex said it did not find evidence of rights violations in cases it reviewed where guards were accused of illegal migrant pushbacks.
'Like torture’: French police accused of continued migrant rights abuses
Shortly before sunrise on January 9, about 40 officers and officials gathered outside the police station in Calais, northern France, as temperatures dipped to -3°C (26.6°F). Shortly after, in a well-drilled procedure, a nine-vehicle convoy started down the road toward the first of five forced evictions of makeshift refugee camps planned for that morning.
'Please help us': Migrants, exposed to freezing Bosnia winter, await chance to reach EU
Hundreds of migrants are taking shelter in abandoned buildings in and around the northwestern Bosnian town of Bihac, wrapping up as best they can against the snow and freezing weather and hoping eventually to reach EU member Croatia across the border.
Nearly 2,200 migrants died trying to reach Spain in 2020: NGO
Nearly 2,200 migrants died trying to reach Spain by sea this year, the vast majority of them on their way to the Canary Islands, a migrant rights group said.
‘We will die’: Hundreds of migrants freezing in Bosnia camp
Hundreds of migrants have been stranded in a squalid, burned-out tent camp in Bosnia and Herzegovina as heavy snow fell in the country and winter temperatures suddenly dropped.
Over a thousand migrants left without shelter after Bosnia camp burned down
More than a thousand migrants from Asia, the Middle East and North Africa were left to sleep in the cold after their camp in northwestern Bosnia and Herzegovina burned down amid a dispute among Bosnian politicians over where to house them.
‘Invisible shipwrecks’ belie falling migrant deaths: IOM
The number of deaths recorded on migratory routes fell this year, although COVID-19 difficulties and so-called “invisible shipwrecks” mean the real number is probably much higher, officials at the International Organization for Migration (IOM) said.
HRW: Saudis detain hundreds of African migrants in squalid conditions
Saudi Arabia is detaining hundreds of mainly Ethiopian migrants in squalid conditions in Riyadh, Human Rights Watch said, quoting some as saying they had been tortured or beaten, and that at least three had died since October.
Migrants earn much less than locals, gap widening: ILO study
The gap between wages paid to migrant and national workers is big and growing, and may widen further because of the pandemic, the International Labour Organization (ILO) said in a report.

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