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International · Tunis

IOM: Up to 600 missing at sea in 3 months in Central Med

50% Left coverage: 16 sources
The International Organization for Migration says up to 600 people attempting to reach Europe by sea from Tunisia and Libya have gone missing during the first three months of 2022. In the latest tragedy, according to Tunisian authorities, a wooden boat carrying over 100 people capsized early Tuesday. The IOM said Wednesday that 30 people from that boat were rescued but 75 are still missing.See the Story
US & Canada

Clarified: Chinese Exclusion Act

91% Center coverage: 11 sources
Learn about the first law to restrict immigration in the US and how Chinese Americans are fighting back. The Immigration Act of 1882 was signed into law by President Chester, *** Arthur institutionalized and it's done by the government and it sets the tone. Suzanne met her father in the United States not knowing she would never see her mother again.See the Story
Latin America · Port-Au-Prince

‘No future for babies:’ 842 US-bound Haitians end up in Cuba

57% Center coverage: 7 sources
More than 840 Haitians who tried to reach the United States in a boat but ended up in Cuba. Cuban authorities say it is the largest single arrival of people from Haiti on the Cuban coast. Haitians say they fled violence in their country and were charged thousands of dollars by smugglers.See the Story
Europe · Turkey

Greece blocked 40,000 migrants at northern border this year

34% Center coverage: 3 sources
Greece is often the country of choice for migrants fleeing Africa and the Middle East seeking a better life in a European Union nation. In 2020 Athens bolstered border controls after large numbers of migrants tried to cross the Evros River in the north. Over 3,000 asylum seekers arrived in Greece so far this year.See the Story
Charlie Baker

Massachusetts governor vetoes bill requiring state to provide driver's licenses to illegal immigrants; legislature promises override - Freedom Rock Radio

Both chambers of the Massachusetts legislature passed the bill by overwhelming margins, with the House voting 120-36 in favor of the bill. According to a recent poll, he is the most popular governor in the whole country, with a whopping 74 percent approval rating. Baker has indicated that he will not run for a third term in 2022, as much of his popularity comes from independents and Democrats.See the Story
Immigration · Michigan

Can Border Patrol’s pattern of mistreating migrants without recourse be reversed?

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Marisol Garc�a Alc�ntara was shot in the head by a U.S. Border Patrol agent. She now lives with bullet fragments in her brain and regularly suffers from headaches. It is still unknown whether the agent responsible for the Nogales shooting will face any consequences, but many such Border Patrol incidents happen with impunity.See the Story
Immigration · Turkey

Greece: We have prevented 40,000 irregular immigrants in Merich

Greece: We have prevented 40,000 irregular immigrants in MerichSee the Story
Immigration · Çeşme

They were caught wanting to flee to Italy by sailboat

They were caught wanting to flee to Italy by sailboat - 105 irregular migrants trying to flee to Italy by sailboat and two human smugglers suspects of foreign nationals, Alacati in Cesme district captured by Coast Guard Command crews off the coast.See the Story

Intolerant and virtuous clichés

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Clichés have a hard time in immigration. They come as much from the distrust of strangers as from ostentatious virtue.See the Story

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