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Immigration from Mexico to the United States has been roughly stable for the past 10 years, and immigrants are statistically less likely to commit crimes than native-born Americans. These are just two of the facts shared by leading immigration exper

Local residents were concerned because sewage was flowing from the unfinished detention camps into their houses.

Police on Manus Island say they have cleared a roadblock by residents outside new asylum seeker accommodation, put in place after sewage was filmed flowing down a nearby hill.

Asylum seekers on Manus Island say local residents have blocked access to their accommodation in a protest over sewerage problems at the site.

Asylum-seekers in Manus sent a video showing dirty water flowing down the hill from the sites, saying it was sewage that flowed past their dining area.
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11/28/2017

The Global Rundown The final aid agency in Bangassou, Central African Republic, is forced to evacuate, leaving civilians without water, healthcare, and other life-saving aid. A majority of the drinking water in Bangladesh’s Rohingya refugee camps is

The final stage of the Biodiversity Information for Development or BID programme has awarded funding to 27 new projects based in Sub-Saharan Africa.Led by institutions in 17 different countries, these projects will receive 18-month grants ranging in
IRIN
11/24/2017

Every week, IRIN’s team of specialist editors scans the humanitarian horizon to curate a reading list on important and unfolding trends and events around the globe:   What next for Manus refugees?   Authorities in Papua New Guinea have forcibly remo

On today's program: Conflict on Manus Island, police move in, but asylum seekers refuse to leave a detention centre officially shut weeks ago; The plan for Australia's foreign policy looks to balance competing US and Chinese power in the Asia Pacifi
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11/22/2017

The Global Rundown Portugal contemplates nighttime water rationing amid the country’s worst drought on record. Fear of a cholera outbreak at the Manus Island Detention Center grows as sanitation and water supplies deteriorate. A record number of Ame

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