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Food, Water, a Ride: Guatemalans Help Honduran Migrants

Sweaty, sunburned and exhausted, Jonathan Zuniga had been carrying his 1-year-old baby in his arms for five hours when help arrived unexpectedly from a local woman who offered him a used baby carriage. “Thank you, thank you very much,” Zuniga told her, accepting the gift with a broad grin. “I couldn’t stand it anymore.” Many of the more than ...

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Venezuelans escape to Spain and ask to return old favour

Decades ago, Spaniards fled the Franco dictatorship to build new lives in Venezuela. Times have changed.

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Truck carrying migrants in Turkey crashes; 22 killed

Twenty-two migrants were killed and 13 others were injured Sunday when a truck carrying them overturned, Turkey's state-run news agency Anadolu ...

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Immigrant Caravan Organizer Held After Trump Threatens Honduras

The organizer of a migrant caravan from Honduras was detained Tuesday in Guatemala after U.S. President Donald Trump threatened to withdraw funding ...

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Trump threatens to cut aid to Honduras over migrants

A group of at least 1,500 migrants is currently in Guatemala, heading north toward the US border.

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Trump Threatens to Cut Aid to Honduras If Migrant Caravan Isn't Stopped

President Donald Trump has threatened to cut off aid to Honduras if its government does not stop a large ‘caravan’ of migrants headed toward the ...

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Turkey migrants: Lorry crash in Izmir 'kills 22'

The vehicle crashed through a barrier in western Izmir province and plunged 20m, state media say.

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Venezuela 'frees Lorent Saleh amid suicide concerns'

Lorent Saleh, 30, has been freed and flown to Spain after four years in prison, officials say.

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Women stabbed to death on Greece's border with Turkey

The three victims, who were apparently migrants, were found stabbed to death on a river bank.

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A Venezuelan Dissident Dies in Custody, and Questions Emerge

The U.N. joined the U.S. and Spain in questioning the death of opposition activist Fernando Albán, who authorities say fell from a 10th floor window.

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EU Security Chiefs, Sessions Hold Stadium Terrorism Drill

European security chiefs struggled over solutions to the migrant crisis and oversaw a simulated terrorist attack on a stadium Tuesday, with U.S. ...

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Australia immigration: New migrants may have to live in rural areas

The proposal would force new migrants to settle outside cities - but experts question the idea.

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Doctor found guilty but acquitted in Spain's decades-old 'stolen babies' case

A doctor found guilty of stealing a newborn baby from her mother in Spain decades ago, was acquitted by a Madrid court on Monday because too much time had elapsed.

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In Spain’s ‘Stolen-Babies’ Scandal, Doctor Escapes Punishment

A Spanish doctor was found to have participated in the abduction of a baby during Franco’s dictatorship, but was absolved by a court because his crime fell under a statute of limitations.

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Eduardo Vela: 'Stolen babies' doctor escapes punishment in Spain

A victim of Eduardo Vela, 85, is to appeal after a Spanish court rules he cannot be convicted.

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Mubarak Wakaso: Ghana midfielder escapes unhurt from car accident

In-form Ghana international midfielder Mubarak Wakaso escapes unhurt following a car accident in Spain on Sunday morning.

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Groups Seek US Help in Identifying Migrant Remains

Representatives of dozens of U.S. and Latin American advocacy groups pressed their case Friday for access to an FBI-run DNA database to help them ...

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Left or Right: Whose Side Is History On?

Speaking in Zurich earlier this year about economic nationalism, America’s right-wing populist ideologue Steve Bannon, President Donald Trump’s former chief strategist, assured supporters, “The populist wave in Europe is not over: it’s just getting started. History is on our side.” But the West's ethno-nationalists aren't the only ones convinced ...

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Catalonia: What would an economic split from Spain mean?

How would a new state manage its economy and trading relationships with the rest of the world?

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Reality Check: Which UK jobs are EU migrants doing?

As Theresa May announces her immigration plans, which industries could be most affected?

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Trump Meets with Chilean Leader at White House

President Donald Trump met Friday with President Sebastian Pinera of Chile at the White House for talks that focused on trade, security and the ...

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UN Court Asked to Probe Venezuela; Maduro Defiant

Six nations made the unprecedented move Wednesday of asking the U.N.’s International Criminal Court to investigate Venezuela for possible crimes ...

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Tablet computer 'kills child' in car crash in Spain

The accident, in Spain, caused the tablet to strike the three-year-old's head, police say.

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Migrants 'still being exploited in Qatar'

Dozens of migrants working on the city hosting the final of the 2022 Qatar World Cup have been unpaid for months, Amnesty International said.

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Europe migration: 'Horrific experiences' on the crossing from Libya

With fewer rescue ships, a higher proportion of migrants are dying crossing from Libya to Europe.

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5 European states reach deal on fate of 58 migrants rescued off Libyan coast

The ship carrying the migrants had been stranded in the Mediterranean and became the subject of a days-long standoff.

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Greece’s Biggest Migrant Camp Is a Mental Health Crisis, Aid Groups Say

Violence, suicide attempts and mental trauma are common in the Moria camp and could boil over, the groups say, even as other countries harden their stands on migrants.

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