Donald Trump

NY sues US over 'punitive' ban from traveller programmes

Trump administration says the ban was created in response to a state law that lets undocumented immigrants get licenses.

NY sues US over 'punitive' ban from traveller programmes

Immigration

New York to sue US over its removal from traveller programmes

Lawsuit is the latest in a continuing feud over immigration between the Trump administration and Democratic NYC leaders.

New York to sue US over its removal from traveller programmes

Science & Technology

US gov't using phone location data to track migrants: Report

WSJ reports US agencies have arrested undocumented migrants based on phone data purchased from a commercial company.

US gov't using phone location data to track migrants: Report

Immigration

ICE officer shoots man in face during US immigration operation

Shooting comes amid an escalating dispute between the Trump administration, New York City over its sanctuary policies.

ICE officer shoots man in face during US immigration operation

Latin America

El Salvador says it is not ready to receive asylum seekers

El Salvador signed an agreement with the US that would allow the country to receive asylum seekers.

El Salvador says it is not ready to receive asylum seekers

US-Mexico border

US border apprehensions drop for eighth straight month

The monthly tally is down almost 75 percent from the peak last May, when more than 144,000 migrants were apprehended.

US border apprehensions drop for eighth straight month

Immigration

US Supreme Court allows Trump's 'public charge' immigration curb

The Trump administration policy can be used to deny green cards to immigrants over their use of public benefits.

US Supreme Court allows Trump's 'public charge' immigration curb

Asylum Seekers

New Guatemalan gov't to stick with controversial US asylum deal

The so-call 'safe third country' agreement has drawn widespread criticism from migrant rights advocates.

New Guatemalan gov't to stick with controversial US asylum deal

United States

US deports Iranian student despite court order

Northeastern University student's case raises new questions about treatment of Iranians by immigration authorities.

US deports Iranian student despite court order

Asylum Seekers

US sends asylum seekers to Guatemala as new caravan heads north

More than 2,000 Honduran migrants and asylum seekers leave for US, despite expected obstacles on route and at borders.

US sends asylum seekers to Guatemala as new caravan heads north

People & Power

Beyond the Wall: From Germany to Bulgaria, What Happened to Hope?

Thirty years ago, the Cold War came to an end and Europe was awash with hope, but have the years since been squandered?

Latin America

Guatemalan president says Mexico plans to contain new caravan

Guatemala's new president says Mexico intends to stop a migrant caravan headed to the United States.

Guatemalan president says Mexico plans to contain new caravan

Denmark

Denmark's 'ghetto plan' and the communities it targets

Residents of largely Muslim neighbourhoods face increased penalties for crimes and 'Danish values' lessons for children.

Denmark's 'ghetto plan' and the communities it targets

Latin America

Guatemalan president takes office amid asylum deal controversy

Alejandro Giammattei has not stated his position on contentious deal that allows US to send asylum seekers to Guatemala.

Guatemalan president takes office amid asylum deal controversy

United States

Family separation consistent with migrant rights: US court

US federal court rules Trump administration's continuing separation of families carried out with proper discretion.

Family separation consistent with migrant rights: US court