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U.S. professor preparing to engage in hunger strike ‘until death’ Special

San Francisco - Activists are rallying around a California man who will begin a hunger strike on May 13th in the hopes of forcing the government to begin dialogue about police brutality, releasing political prisoners, and its treatment of immigrants.
Digital Journal Report by Justin King - 11 comments

Op-Ed: U.S. immigration reform benefits the nation in the long run Special

Immigration in the United States (U.S.) has come in series of different waves of immigrants for the past one hundred years alone.
Digital Journal Report by Anthony Carranza

Mexican army frees dozens of kidnapped immigrants

Ciudad Victoria - Soldiers freed 60 immigrants of various nationalities who were being held in a warehouse in Northeastern Mexico by an organized crime group, according to the news agency Proceso.
In the Media by John Sevigny

Indonesia speaks out on boatpeople amid Australia tension

Jakarta - Jakarta called on governments Monday to stop "shifting responsibility" for asylum-seekers, in veiled criticism of Australia's hardline policy of towing boatloads of would-be refugees back to Indonesia.
In the Media by AFP

Italy reports 900 migrants rescued at sea

Rome - Italy has rescued 896 migrants crossing the Mediterranean by boat overnight, the navy said on Friday, after the government warned of an "emergency" caused by a surge in new arrivals.
In the Media by AFP

Immigration vote has cast shadow over Swiss economy: Nestle

Lausanne - Swiss-based food giant Nestle warned on Thursday that a vote to rein in immigration by EU citizens had cast a shadow over the Alpine country's economy.
In the Media by AFP

Italian navy op has rescued nearly 20,000 migrants

Rome - The Italian navy said on Thursday it had rescued nearly 20,000 migrants since launching a Mediterranean operation following two deadly shipwrecks in October 2013.
In the Media by AFP

Italy sounds alarm after rescuing 4,000 immigrants

Rome - Italy has rescued about 4,000 immigrants trying to cross the Mediterranean by boats to reach its shores in the past two days, the interior minister said Wednesday, calling the crisis "increasingly glaring".
In the Media by AFP

Europe failing to protect Roma from violence: Amnesty

Paris - European states are failing to protect their Roma communities, many of whom live in precarious conditions and are the victims of hate crimes sometimes perpetrated by police, Amnesty International warned Tuesday.
In the Media by Marianne Barriaux (AFP)

5,000 police complaints against Dutch populist Wilders

The Hague - Dutch police have received around 5,000 complaints of discrimination against populist Geert Wilders after he called for "fewer Moroccans", the prosecutor's office said Thursday.
In the Media by AFP - 1 comment
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