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Migrants in crisis: life and death on board the boats in the Mediterranean

Irish Times - ‎vor 4 Stunden‎
She has just been rescued from a crammed rubber dinghy in the middle of the Mediterranean, and it has taken her two months to get here - on a journey through Senegal, Burkino Faso, Mali, Niger and finally Libya. Given away by her ... This is how they ...

Ritesh Jain's what I read this week: How to survive in a low-return world

Economic Times - ‎vor 4 Stunden‎
Manufacturing is squeezed on one side by Chinese overcapacity and on the other side by extreme automation. So, the services sector is where the action is.

Doing justice to her father's dream

The Globe and Mail - ‎vor 10 Stunden‎
Rosalie Abella was inspired to become a lawyer after her father's own hopes of a legal career were shattered by his status as a Jew in Poland and an immigrant in Canada. This spring, writes Sean Fine, the Supreme Court judge embarked on a journey to ...

Brussels Briefing: IMF's Athens Hangover

FT.com (blog) - ‎vor 18 Stunden‎
Europe is transfixed these days by Brexit, terrorism, migrants and the populist advance. But the riddle of Greece remains.

A Personal Sort of Time Travel: Ancestry Tourism

New York Times - ‎vor 19 Stunden‎
Audrey Goodman, whose late mother left Germany as a Jewish refugee in 1937, was invited to Rostock to receive some books confiscated from her mother's family by the Nazis.
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'Can't welcome everyone': Italy launches €1.5mn online project to deter migrants

RT - ‎28.07.2016‎
Europe's migrant crisis is an epochal struggle,” Alfano added. “This communication campaign is just one of the ways in which we are seeking to tackle the crisis.

RBS ranked third worst in European banking stress tests

BT.com - ‎vor 2 Minuten‎
Stress tests on major European banks reveal that RBS would be the third worst hit in a new economic crisis. RBS, which taxpayers own 73% of, fared comparatively poorly in a survey by the European Banking Authority which looked at how much capital would ...

Launch Us on the Adventure of Mercy

Catholic Culture - ‎vor 5 Stunden‎
After greetings from the archbishop of Krakow, the Holy Father addressed those present, affirming that mercy always has a youthful face, and emphasising that everyone was gathered in this World Youth Day to help each other not to be robbed of what is ...

Out From the Shadows: Living Undocumented

Michigan Radio - ‎vor 15 Stunden‎
Immigration and Customs Enforcement. ICE is who shows up to arrest and deport immigrants living in the U.S. without approval.

1966 and all that

New Statesman - ‎vor 21 Stunden‎
In my list of contacts at the end of my diary is Melvyn Bragg, who was another recent arrival in London from Cumbria, like myself and my wife, on PRO 0790.
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Ansbach bomber claimed he was tortured in Syria and Bulgaria before attack in Germany

Daily Mail - ‎29.07.2016‎
The suicide bomber who targeted a crowded wine bar in Bavaria had been tortured both in Syria and Bulgaria before launching his failed attack, it has emerged.
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The Daily 202: Hillary Clinton tries to be all things to all people at Democratic convention

Washington Post - ‎vor 18 Stunden‎
“We have to heal the divides in our country, not just on guns but on race, immigration, and more. And that starts with listening [and] trying as best we can to walk in each other's shoes.” Before she came on stage, representatives of both sides were ...

FC Barcelona: St George's Park near Lichfield proves 'perfect' pre-season venue for La Liga champs

Lichfield Mercury - ‎vor 1 Stunde‎
While Brits begin their mass summertime migration to the Mediterranean, footballers from the world's best football team have made the journey in the opposite direction. FC Barcelona have made a sleepy corner of Staffordshire their home this week at the ...

The morning after

Calcutta Telegraph - ‎vor 11 Stunden‎
It's an apposite reminder that today's Norway could have been Britain's tomorrow if the British hadn't nursed dreams of recapturing imperial glory by following Norway out of the European Union. Britain's June 23 referendum ... It's as if the Flying ...
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Walls work! Year-on pictures show how Europe's new Iron Curtain stemmed the tide of migrants through the Balkans ...

Daily Mail - ‎26.07.2016‎
They would often make life-threatening boat journeys to Greece and then walk hundreds of miles across eastern Europe to get to their chosen destinations and start their new lives. But since .... By far the largest source of migrants is Syria, where the ...
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In the heartlands

New Statesman - ‎28.07.2016‎
Idealism didn't create a minimum wage, set up Sure Start centres, or bring in civil partnerships: assembling a broad enough coalition to elect a Labour government did.

Delicate Lace Works Take on Thorny Subject of Migration

The Washington Diplomat - ‎vor 18 Stunden‎
The words speak to a universal desire to uproot your life in search of a better one, especially if your prior life has become a physical manifestation of hell, whether in the form of a rubble-strewn city in Syria or a barren village in Sudan.
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Will Bernie Supporters Sabotage Hillary? Could a Third Party 'Spoil' This Election? Cont'd Is This the Libertarian ...

The Atlantic - ‎28.07.2016‎
They are the mirror image of the Sarah Palin/Michelle Bachmann tea-partiers—disconnected from reality and the rest of the the country—just coming from the other end of the spectrum. If Stein runs and helps Trump win, she will be the pariah of my ...

From the cold war to Syria: seven decades of refugee stories in Britain

The Guardian - ‎27.07.2016‎
“The Refugee convention isn't just a piece of paper; it's one of the most powerful ideals in the world,” says Maurice Wren, chief executive of the Refugee Council, the UK's leading organisation working with refugees and asylum seekers.

The refugee: The commodified human

Daily Sabah - ‎28.07.2016‎
During a summer intensive course on immigration and refugees, we had the honor to be visited by Yousif, a Sudanese refugee "living" in Paris after a nearly four-month torturous journey. He shared his story, which started from the moment he ... The ...
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