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US in talks to compensate migrant families separated at the border and other stories

Today we look at a 4,000 member migrant caravan in Mexico and conditions at the border, Julian Assange’s extradition hearing in the UK, and more

Migrants in Mexico demand protections amid growing uncertainty in status

Thousands of Central American migrants, stranded in Mexico, demand that the authorities accelerate the process to regularize their immigration status so that they can legally reside, transit and work throughout the country.

Salvadorans demand measures to guarantee a dignified life in their country

Young Salvadorans have called on the national government to support them in completing their studies and provide them with quality employment opportunities so that they are not forced to emigrate

US deportations of Haitian migrants could violate international law and other stories

Today we look at the conditions of migrants at the US-Mexico border, protests against Germany’s genocide reconciliation agreement in Namibia, and more

US begins mass deportations of thousands of Haitian migrants in Texas and other stories

Today we look at the deportation of thousands of Haitian migrants in the US, protests in Gaza as Israeli forces recapture all Gilboa escapees, and more

Migrants in Mexico demand solution to migration and refugee crisis

For the past two days, Central American and Haitians migrants stranded in Mexico and migrant rights activists have been carrying out an indefinite hunger strike in the Tapachula municipality to demand authorities respect their rights

Detained Egyptian activist Alaa Abdel Fattah ‘at risk of suicide’ and other stories

Today we look at the continued persecution of Egyptian activist Alaa Abdel Fattah, a hunger strike announced by Palestinians imprisoned by Israel, and more

Outrage against Trump administration for violent crackdown on Portland protesters

The violent dispersal of anti-racist protesters on Saturday and the dozens of alleged “unlawful detentions” have motivated widespread outrage