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VOA: Florida Man Charged With Smuggling Migrants Into US to be Conditionally Released

A Florida man accused of smuggling Indian migrants who crossed through a freezing snowstorm into the United States from Canada last week...

VOA: US Returns More Migrants to Mexican Border City Under Rebooted Trump-Era Policy

The United States on Wednesday began returning migrants to the Mexican city of Tijuana in a restart of a Trump-era program that...

VOA: US Agrees to Force Migrants to Stay in Mexico While Asylum Claims Considered

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security said Thursday it will comply with a court order and reinstate a program to force migrants...

VOA: 600 Migrants Found Crammed Into 2 Trailers Rescued in Mexico

Some 600 migrants from 12 countries were rescued Saturday in Mexico after they were found crammed into two tractor-trailers, the country's National...

NPR: Here’s what it’s like for migrants trapped between Belarus and Poland

For months, the government of Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko has accelerated the number of visas it grants migrants seeking refuge from war...

AP: New fast-track docket for migrants faces familiar challenges

The average time for U.S. immigration cases to be resolved is nearly four years. But that’s not the mandate in Francisco Prieto’s...

VOA: Poland Fears ‘Armed Escalation’ with Belarus as Migrants Mass on Frontier

Poland has warned of a possible armed escalation on its border with Belarus as thousands of migrants attempt to cross the frontier...

AP: Migrants freed without court notice — sometimes no paperwork

Overwhelmed and underprepared, U.S. authorities are releasing migrant families on the Mexican border without notices to appear in immigration court or sometimes...

AP: Migrants on the move again in Mexico and Central America

TENOSIQUE, Mexico (AP) — In the first Mexican shelter reached by migrants after trekking through the Guatemalan jungle, some 150 migrants are...

AP: Guatemala troops, police break up caravan of weary migrants

VADO HONDO, Guatemala (AP) — Guatemalan police and soldiers on Monday broke up a group of hundreds of migrants who had spent...
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