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Stranded rescue ship with 141 migrants allowed to dock in Malta

A migrant rescue ship has docked in Malta after being stranded for days in the Mediterranean amid a diplomatic dispute over which country should accept the 141 migrants on board.

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African migrants in disbelief as Israeli law cuts their salaries

TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) — African migrants in Israel have been detained, threatened with deportation and faced hostility from lawmakers and residents. Since last year, they face another burden: a de facto 20 percent salary cut that has driven them further into poverty. Israel’s roughly 35,000 African migrants and the groups that support them ...

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Gibraltar ship stripped of flag amid dispute over migrants stranded at sea

Gibraltar has moved to strip a stranded migrant rescue ship of its registration amid a row over which country is responsible for taking in the 141 ...

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Hundreds injured at Spain music festival when platform collapses

More than 300 people were injured after a wooden platform collapsed at a music festival in Spain on Sunday.

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Pier Collapse at Spain’s Vigo Music Festival Injures More Than 300

The accident occurred in the northwestern city of Vigo during a closing concert by the Spanish rap artist Rels B. No fatalities were reported.

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Vigo festival collapse in Spain injures hundreds

A platform gives way during a concert at an urban sports and music festival in Vigo, northern Spain.

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Migrants Walk Off Italy’s Tomato Fields, and Into Its Immigration Debate

After two road accidents killed 16 migrant laborers in 48 hours, hundreds went on strike to protest slavelike conditions that defy easy solutions.

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African migrants strike after road deaths

Labourers down tools shouting "we are not slaves" days after two crashes killed 16 migrant workers.

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Germany Reaches Deal With Spain to Return Refugees

The agreement is a sign of how much German politics have shifted since 2015, when Chancellor Angela Merkel welcomed more than a million migrants.

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Despite Crackdown, Immigrants Flowing Over Arizona Border

The 3-year-old boy with a bowl haircut and striped shirt silently clung to his father in the back of a U.S. Border Patrol truck. Their shoes still ...

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DHS: 700K-plus Overstayed US Visas Last Year

More than 700,000 foreigners who were supposed to leave the United States during a recent 12-month period overstayed their visas, the Homeland ...

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The 52 Places Traveler: The 52 Places Traveler: In Spain, Wine, Tapas and a Surprising Sense of Comfort

In the charming city of Seville and the wine region of Ribera del Duero, our columnist finds a culture perfectly suited to her natural rhythms.

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Venezuela crisis: Brazil briefly shuts border to migrants

The border is open again after an order to turn away fleeing Venezuelan migrants was overturned.

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Mexico's New Leader: 'Nobody Will Threaten Us' with Wall

Mexico's President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador vowed Monday his country would not be threatened by a wall, in a thinly veiled rebuke to U.S. President Donald Trump's jabs across the border. "Mexico is going to become a power — and will change the balance of power. Nobody will threaten us that our borders will be closed or militarized," ...

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‘If we’re all together, I can handle it’

Migrants at border find delays and danger at both legal, illegal entry points.

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Record temperatures could scorch Spain, Portugal

Forecasters have warned of potentially record-breaking temperatures in Spain and Portugal this week as much of Europe swelters in a heat wave.

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Palestinian Girls Will Pitch Their App to Silicon Valley 

Four Palestinian high school friends are heading to California this week to pitch their mobile app about fire prevention to Silicon Valley’s tech ...

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Spain and Portugal swelter as heat wave kills 3 people

Spain and Portugal faced another exceptionally hot day Saturday as a heat wave that has killed three people in Spain threatened to raise temperatures to record levels.

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Fewer migrants are making it to Europe. Here’s why.

The Libyan coast guard is more active, Italy is more resistant, and fewer humanitarian rescue ships are on patrol.

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Hundreds of Migrants Storm Fences to Enter Spanish Enclave in Africa

Spain’s Civil Guard said 600 crossed into Ceuta, adding a pressure on the country’s authorities in dealing with a wave of migration.

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Fewer migrants are making it to Europe. Here’s why.

The Libyan coast guard is more active, Italy is more resistant, and fewer humanitarian rescue ships are on patrol.

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These migrants were separated from their children — and aren’t sure they should be reunited

As the Trump policy is unwound, some parents wonder whether their children might be better off staying in the United States.

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Spain drops extradition requests for Catalan separatists

The decision marks a significant twist in the long-running struggle between Spain’s central government and Catalonia.

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