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21 Aug 2019
Italy has allowed over 80 migrants who have been stranded on a Spanish migrant rescue vessel off the coast of Lampedusa to disembark. Prosecutors said the decision was due to the "difficult" situation on board.
7 Jul 2019
Italian police have arrested the German captain of a migrant rescue ship after she docked at the port of Lampedusa. Sea-Watch 3 had been at sea for over two weeks amid a standoff with Italian immigration authorities.
19 Jun 2019
Anti-cruise ship activists in Venice, migrant minors sheltered in a Paris art gallery, and more.
4 Jun 2019
‘I can’t get a job’ migrants struggle without IDs.
17 Feb 2019
Migrant youngsters: 'Paris can, and should, do better'.
24 Jan 2019
Politics and art: Irish artist puts spotlight on migrant crisis.
15 Dec 2018
Migrant girl dies in US Border Control custody.
27 Nov 2018
A migrant mother photographed running with her daughters from tear gas at the U.S.-Mexico border says she never expected the U.S. Border Patrol to fire gas canisters and children and families.
7 Sep 2018
The German government is set to debate new proposals on immigration that would give priority to skilled migrants. It's not clear whether the criteria would apply to the more than 1 million migrants who have arrived since 2015.
28 Jul 2018
Some 1,800 children detained at the US/Mexico border have been reunited with their parents, while hundreds more still wait, past a court-ordered deadline.
27 Jun 2018
The lives of thousands of migrant children separated from their parents and held in detention centers remain in limbo. Is US President Donald Trump's administration holding children hostage to pressure asylum seekers into signing voluntary departures?

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