Child rights

UN expert corrects claim on children in US migration detention

UN expert Manfred Nowak corrects claim, but says US still holds more children than other countries.

UN expert corrects claim on children in US migration detention

United States

'Condemned': The fate of an Iraqi refugee deported from the US

Once part of US-trained SWAT teams in Iraq, Hussein Yasser Hassan got asylum in America but is now running for his life.

'Condemned': The fate of an Iraqi refugee deported from the US

Immigration

'Dreamers' rally as Supreme Court weighs fate of DACA programme

The court hears oral arguments on the Trump's administration bid to end the DACA programme.

'Dreamers' rally as Supreme Court weighs fate of DACA programme

Child rights

US held record 69,550 migrant children in custody in 2019: Report

Children detained spent more time in shelters, away from their families than in prior years, AP, Frontline reported.

US held record 69,550 migrant children in custody in 2019: Report

UpFront

Polish MP: 'For me, multiculturalism is not a value'

We ask Polish politician Dominik Tarczynski about his government's controversial policies towards Muslims and migrants.

UpFront

Why will Poland not take in any Muslims?

We challenge a member of Poland's governing Law and Justice Party, and discuss the ongoing hijab controversy in France.

Opinion

Italy's dubious policies in Libya

In pursuit of easy solutions for the refugee crisis and lucrative deals, Italy has become complicit in Libya's abuses.

Romana Rubeo

by Romana Rubeo
- Ramzy Baroud

Romana Rubeo

Opinion

Why climate action needs to target the border industrial complex

Climate change is displacing a growing number of people; governments are responding by privatising border policing.

Todd Miller

by Todd Miller

Todd Miller

United States

US extends protected status for Salvadorans by a year

The programme gives more than 200,000 Salvadorans the right to live and work in the United States.

US extends protected status for Salvadorans by a year

Asylum Seekers

Rights groups slam US plan to collect DNA from migrants

Rights groups call proposed Trump administration rule intrusive, xenophobic and a violation of immigrants' privacy.

Rights groups slam US plan to collect DNA from migrants

Opinion

The invisible violence of Europe's refugee camps

Refugees in Greece's Moria camp describe a 'psychological war' of lost hope, suicidal feelings and PTSD.

Marianna Karakoulaki

by Marianna Karakoulaki

Marianna Karakoulaki

AJ Impact

As economic growth languishes, state of Maine banks on immigrants

In northern New England, an aging population has hamstrung growth, but immigration could provide heft for the workforce.

As economic growth languishes, state of Maine banks on immigrants

Opinion

US's denial of Central America's crisis will backfire

While the caravans no longer march north, the Central American crisis is deepening away from our television screens.

Jan Egeland

by Jan Egeland

Jan Egeland

Asylum Seekers

Mexican National Guard blocks US-bound migrant caravan

A year after a mass caravan departed Honduras, a new group tries to head to US from southern Mexico, but is stopped.

Mexican National Guard blocks US-bound migrant caravan

Migrants

'Repugnant': US judge blocks Trump immigration rule

Ruling temporarily blocks Trump administration rule that would deny green cards to immigrants on public aid.

 'Repugnant': US judge blocks Trump immigration rule