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African Migrants

10 Oct 2020
More African migrants have been making the dangerous journey across the Atlantic Ocean to the Canary Islands. The coronavirus pandemic has been just one factor driving the rise in arrivals.
20 May 2020
African migrants in China have become the target of discrimination and harassment as the country strives to contain the coronavirus.
16 Nov 2019
Descent-based slavery in Mali and the African migrants stranded in Mexico
14 Apr 2018
Canada has become the new El Dorado for many African migrants, who have seen Europe and the United States close their borders. But they face a dangerous journey across South and North America. Every year, some of them die on their way to a better life, amid widespread indifference to their plight. For five months, our reporters followed Rosette and her family from DR Congo on this long, dangerous odyssey across ten countries.

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