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At end of migrant caravan on U.S. border, families fear what comes next

As many prepared to apply for asylum, they worry about being torn apart.

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Migrants say these mass shelters are like prisons. Germany wants to build more.

Officials say the facilities will streamline deportations, but critics see a doomed strategy.

'No free ticket' Canada warns as Nigerian asylum seekers cross from US

The wave of asylum seekers continue to cross into Canada from the United States, and that has drawn concerns that the numbers will only rise as the ...

This year, the annual US-bound migrant caravan sparked a Trump tweetstorm

Shining a spotlight on migrants' plights has long been a goal for so-called caravans. A journey this year is getting even more attention than usual ...

How bad is it in the countries these migrants are fleeing from? This bad

The agony and desperation are written all over the migrants' faces. But what you can't see is how bad their homelands really are.

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Commonwealth Games: Fifty athletes in Australia 'illegally'

Almost 200 more are in the process of claiming asylum after this year's Commonwealth Games.

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Aunt gets call about migrant mom Gabriela Hernandez

The call could signal a next step in pregnant woman's journey with her boys from Honduras, across Mexico in the migrant caravan, with hopes of reaching the US.

Two pilots spend their life savings on a plane to rescue migrants

More than 600 migrants have died so far this year trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea.

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Special Career Law Enforcement Day for NYC Muslim Youth

During a unique career fair in Brooklyn, state and federal law enforcement agencies, from the New York Police Department to the FBI, connected with the city’s Muslim youth to tell them about career opportunities. The event was organized by a New York-based nonprofit. VOA reporter Aunshuman Apte spoke with the agency representatives, organizers and ...

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Despite Trump threats, U.S. officials allow caravan members to seek asylum

Some of the president’s supporters still see his campaign against the migrants as a victory.

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After a day at the border, first eight members of migrant caravan taken into U.S. custody to begin processing asylum claims

Central Americans seeking asylum spent the day languishing on the ground outside a border crossing after U.S. officials said they did not have space ...

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Nigerians are walking into Canada, prompting request for U.S. to take action

Canadian authorities say asylum seekers are arriving with U.S. visitor visas, and the country is pressing for stricter screening.

Migrant caravan mom still with kids during immigration journey

Gabriela Hernandez, the pregnant mother of two who was one of the first migrants from a recent caravan through Mexico to enter the United States to request asylum, remains with her children, a US Immigration and Customs Enforcement official told CNN on Friday.

Caravan organizers: 158 migrants have crossed into US to seek asylum

At least 158 Central Americans who traveled in a migrant caravan through Mexico have crossed into the United States this week to seek asylum, organizers said Thursday.

Some migrants start asylum requests

Slowly but steadily, caravan migrants who trekked across Mexico are pleading their cases to US authorities on why they should be granted asylum.

Migrants picked this mom to enter the US first

Gabriela Hernandez and her sons were the first asylum seekers to reach the US border crossing in Tijuana, Mexico. It's the end of the migrant ...

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U.S. Pushes Plan to Make Mexico Handle Asylum Seekers

The Trump administration is exploring a “safe third country” agreement with Mexico, which would force asylum seekers to file their petitions in ...

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