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18 Nov
France and Italy trade barbs in the papers as tensions boil over regarding the Ocean Viking migrant ship rejected by Italian authorities. Also, Donald Trump gets roasted by his favourite newspaper, the New York Post, over lacklustre Republican results in the midterms. Finally, discover your climate change moniker with the Arctic Risk Name Generator!
18 Jul 2021
Lithuania has seen a sharp rise of migrants entering its territory, with most of them originally coming from Africa and the Middle East. Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko is suspected of causing the surge.
20 May 2021
The migration crisis on the Spanish-Moroccan border likely has its roots in a long-running conflict that lies in about 2,000 kilometers (1242 miles) away. DW explains what's behind it.
6 Jul 2017
EU interior ministers are in Estonia for a meeting to address the migrant crisis.

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Under former US President Donald Trump thousands of migrant families were split up at the US-Mexico border. A special task force has been working to reunite children with their parents, but it's got a long way to go.
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The leader of the Catholic Church travels to Juba along with the Archbishop of Canterbury and the moderator of the Church of Scotland. The three leaders are hoping to push for peace amid continued fighting.
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From the depths of the Pacific Ocean comes an innovation in air conditioning that's good for the planet and saves money. Located just 200 metres from the ocean, the hospital in Papeete, on the French island of Tahiti, is using seawater to cool its facilities. The switch to this new system has decreased the hospital's energy consumption by 90 percent.
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Pension problems: French workers strike over government's retirement plans. As many as 2.8 million people hit the streets across France on Tuesday in a second day of walkouts designed to protest the latest pension reform proposals.