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The Migrant Crisis No End in Sight


German Terrorist Attacks: 'We Are Not at War' - ‎vor 5 Stunden‎
“We are living in an age of shocks and crises that could well be traumatizing in their rapid succession and concentration, since it's not yet clear whether they're only a temporary jolt or the beginning of a trend with no end in sight,” it warned ...

Refugees in Libya 'traumatized'

Deutsche Welle - ‎26.07.2016‎
The bodies of 41 presumed migrants were found washed up on a Libyan beach on Sunday in another tragic reminder that a refugee crisis remains unresolved. DW talks to the UN's ... I expect that this will continue and there is no end in sight. Where are ...

Forget Brexit, Quitaly is Europe's next worry

The Guardian (blog) - ‎26.07.2016‎
Unlike Greece, Ireland or Spain, Italy did not go through a period of economic boom before the Great Recession of 2008-09. Instead, its performance has been unremittingly poor.

Migrant children are being failed by UK, says Lords committee report

The Guardian - ‎25.07.2016‎
The chair of the committee, Lady Prashar, said: “The current refugee crisis is the greatest humanitarian challenge the EU has faced in its lifetime.

Germany terror attacks may sink the EU writes DANIEL JOHNSON

Daily Mail - ‎25.07.2016‎
No end to the nightmare is in sight. And the after-effects will be felt across Europe. .... Since the migration crisis erupted last year, however, seven of these countries have reimposed some form of border controls. Germany has strict checks on its ...

FULL TEXT: Duterte's 2016 State of the Nation Address

Banat - ‎25.07.2016‎
At this point, there are concerns few I wish to convey to all to the end that as I perorate on facts, figures, plans, programs, and solutions, these concerns will not dissipate or get lost along our way. Thus to our ... Let me repeat my warning to all ...

Who Can Run The UN?

TIME - ‎21.07.2016‎
Formally, it's not an election at all. The U.N. calls it a “selection” process—though candidates are actively seeking the office, and there is certainly competition.

Brexit crisis gets ugly

The Statesman - ‎24.07.2016‎
... a high growth economy with rising wages has in the past provided a tolerant enough environment for migrants of all kinds.

Stressed and stuck in Macedonia: Balkans' hidden migrant story

BBC News - ‎16.07.2016‎
But almost all of them still have their sights set on the EU - and that desperation leads them to take considerable risks. "Especially after the borders ... But in Afghanistan we could not walk to the end of the street - it was full of risks." The ...

Turkish coffee an acquired taste

Daily News & Analysis - ‎24.07.2016‎
... membership to NATO. Whether it should be part of NATO or not? ... By 2015, Russia was Turkey's third-largest trading partner, fourth-largest source of foreign investment, and main supplier of natural gas, and Russian tourists had become a common ...

News in the Humanosphere: Southern Africa food crisis as bad as Syria and South Sudan, warns WFP

Humanosphere - ‎21.07.2016‎
“We have not received much attention from the world community as this situation escalates,” she said. Of this $549 million, Cousin says $204 ... Big Iraq pledging conference as coalition sets sights on Mosul… “Kerry said the goal was to raise at ... A ...

Fethullah Gulen stirs fresh tensions between Ankara and Washington

Al-Monitor - ‎20.07.2016‎
Turkey's ties with the United States - already strained over a host of issues, including the state of Turkey's democracy and Ankara's discordant positions on regional issues, such as the Syrian crisis - are in line for what might be their most ...

Donald Trump's One Unbreakable Policy: Skip the Details

POLITICO Magazine - ‎17.07.2016‎
Trump specified which holes had been lengthened and which relocated; he noted that number 11, “a spectacular hole,” had been moved 200 yards closer to the ocean, and the waves crashing on the cliffs below it were “one of the greatest sights you'll ever ...

Katharine Viner: How technology disrupted the truth

Irish Times - ‎16.07.2016‎
Nine months after Britain woke up giggling at Cameron's hypothetical porcine intimacies, the country arose on the morning of 24 June to the very real sight of the prime minister standing outside Downing Street at 8am, announcing his own resignation ...

Decisive Brexit Referendum: What Happens Next? Part 3: Bust Banks, Banksters, & Bailouts

The Beacon (blog) - ‎19.07.2016‎
Well, let's leave aside a few inconvenient home truths: that taxpayers had not consented to underwrite these risks and been stiffed before big-time in the Global Financial Crisis; that bank investors had not only freely chosen to bear these risks, and ...

4 Effects Of Brexit On The Middle East

Seeking Alpha - ‎15.07.2016‎
Although not directly influenced and far removed from the chaos that is going on in Europe and the UK, the effects of the Brexit vote will have a ripple effect in the region.

A Terrifying Journey Through the World's Most Dangerous Jungle

Huffington Post - ‎20.07.2016‎
After five decades of fighting, at a cost of more than 220,000 lives on both sides, FARC and the Colombian government are in the final stages of a peace deal that would end Latin America's longest-running insurgency. No more complications are needed.

How technology disrupted the truth - ‎14.07.2016‎
Nine months after Britain woke up giggling at Cameron's hypothetical porcine intimacies, the country arose on the morning of 24 June to the very real sight of the prime minister standing outside Downing Street at 8am, announcing his own resignation ...