United States

1,500 children confined to tent city near US-Mexico border

The children being held in the barbed-wire-enclosed camp are unaccompanied minors from Latin America who travelled to the US and were apprehended by border patrol guards.

Immigration

US plans to make it harder for some people to get a green card

Rights groups say proposed public-charge rule change will adversely affect low-income families, people with disabilities

US plans to make it harder for some people to get a green card

United States

Could Texas become a Democratic stronghold?

US President Donald Trump's anti-immigration policies are pushing more minorities to promote a shift in the state's political landscape.

Talk to Al Jazeera

Immigration 'not a human right': Hungary FM on EU criticism

Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto responds to EU criticism and defends his government's anti-refugee policy.

Italy

Italy's anti-migrant decree 'another repressive policy'

Security bill dubbed the 'Salvini decree' makes it easier to expel migrants and strip their citizenship.

Italian government adopts hardline anti-migrant decree

United States

'Another cruel step': US rights groups slam new immigration rules

Activists lash out at a White House plan to deny green cards to immigrants who receive benefits.

'Another cruel step': US rights groups slam new immigration rules

Europe

Will EU tap Egypt to solve its refugee crisis?

Plans to deepen EU ties with Cairo over migration crisis would turn 'a blind eye' to human rights abuses, critics say.

European Union

Europe migration: EU eyes Egypt to help cut numbers

EU leaders consider new North African partnerships as they meet in Austria.

This is Europe

La Nouelywood: The banlieues of France

Residents of a French housing estate get behind the camera to challenge negative stereotypes of multicultural banlieues.

Refugees

'Shameful': US slashes number of refugees it will admit to 30,000

US to cap number of refugees allowed into country to a record low of 30,000 in 2019, down from a 45,000 limit this year.

'Shameful': US slashes number of refugees it will admit to 30,000

Opinion

The real danger facing the European Union

EPP leader Manfred Weber says he will fight the radical right if elected EU Commission President. Can we believe him?

Andrea Mammone

by Andrea Mammone

Andrea Mammone

US-Mexico border

US: Arrests of immigrant families crossing US-Mexico border soar

Nearly 13,000 families were apprehended while crossing the border in August, up from about 9,000 in July.

US: Arrests of immigrant families crossing US-Mexico border soar

This is Europe

The Master Barber of Berlin

A Palestinian barber puts his stamp on the German capital by transforming a rundown bus into a barbershop on wheels.

Refugees

Telling the stories of Somalia's lost warriors

From refugee to storyteller, a Danish Somali filmmaker challenges stereotypes about young Somalis - one film at a time.

Fault Lines

No Shelter: Family Separation at the Border

Fault Lines investigates how the Trump administration is closing its doors to asylum seekers.