EU Mulls Sanctioning Belarus Airline over Migrant Influx

European Union foreign ministers are eyeing sanctions against Belarusia’s national airline after allegedly moving migrants from Iraq EU. “We are ready to implement sanctions against the national company of Belarus,” EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said after a meeting …

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Germany Reports Migrant Influx, Poland Approves Border Wall

Poland has approved the construction of a border wall with Belarus due to the alleged weaponization of migrants orchestrated by Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko. “The draft, which will now be sent to the Sejm (the lower house), provides for building …

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UK to Resettle Teenage Afghan Female Footballers, Families

The United Kingdom will resettle dozens of teenage Afghan female footballers and their families who fled from the Taliban, a government spokesperson said. “We are working to finalize visas to the Afghan Women’s Development Team and look forward to welcoming …

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Panama Reports that at Least 50 Migrants Have Died Crossing Jungle

The Panamanian prosecutor’s office said on Wednesday that over 50 people died since the beginning of the year, trying to Panama jungle, wanting to reach the United States. “The Institute of Forensic Medicine and Forensic Sciences of Panama has registered …

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Italian Mayor Sentenced to 13 years in Prison

Former Riace Mayor Domenico Lucano was sentenced by Italian authorities to 13 years and two months in prison for alleged conspiracy, abuse of office, fraud, extortion, embezzlement, and abetting illegal immigration. Lucano, who was mayor during the European migrant crisis …

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Prominent Rohingya Refugee Leader Shot Dead in Bangladesh Camp

Unidentified gunmen shot dead a prominent Rohingya leader at a refugee camp in southern Bangladesh on Sept. 29, officials said. Arakan Rohingya Society for Peace and Human Rights (ARPSH) Chairperson Mohib Ullah was talking with other refugee leaders outside his …

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