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29 Sep
A video of teenagers behaving badly at a train station has been shared by a far-right politician in France who called for the troublemakers to be deported from the country. The insinuation was two-fold: that the events took place in France and that the youths were immigrants. 'France 24 Observers' have fact-checked the video.
3 Jul 2021
Afghan immigrants living in the German city of Hamburg are wary of the deteriorating security situation in Afghanistan. They told DW that the Taliban's gains have dashed their hopes of returning to their country one day.
15 Feb 2021
US President Joe Biden has already kept a lot of the promises he made during his campaign. Many people are now expecting a radical change in the country's immigration policies that could give undocumented immigrants a path out of the shadows.
11 Sep 2019
'The Ungrateful Refugee': Breaking down misconceptions about immigrants
5 May 2019
The Berlin chapter of the far-right party recently unveiled a billboard featuring a painting owned by the museum to rail against Muslim immigrants. The Clark Art Institute has called for AfD to stop using the image.
2 Oct 2018
About 4 million out of 30 million people in the Indian state of Assam have been left off a draft list of citizens, sparking anxiety over their fate. Advocates of the update of the National Register of Citizens say it is needed to identify illegal immigrants.
4 Sep 2017
President Donald Trump has decided to scrap a program shielding from deportation immigrants who came to the United States illegally as children but will give Congress six months to craft legislation to replace it, sources familiar with the situation said.
24 Feb 2017
US officials promise Mexico no "mass deportations" or use of military force to expel immigrants, moving to calm tensions over President Donald Trump's vow to crack down on "bad dudes" illegally residing in his country.

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