Governments should not go overboard and clamp down on the legal modes of entry for migrants.
Migrants are humans too. Fleeing poverty, conflict and persecution, they risk their lives looking for safer shores. Many of them have lost their lives while doing so, but the world does not seem to bother.
More Vietnamese citizens are feared among 39 people found dead in a refrigerated truck in Britain this week, families and community organisers said on Saturday, after the tragedy laid bare the risks of illegal migrant routes to Europe.
The world is going through a very difficult time where humans are bereft of humanity (“Do not turn hope into despair for migrants,” Jan.11, Gulf Today). The world should be peaceful,
Perhaps no other celestial body has caught our fancy as much as the moon. As kids we all must be very familiar with the nursery rhyme “Hey, diddle, diddle, The cat and the fiddle, The cow jumped over the moon…”
I’ve always been surprised by how developed nations like America and Britain still have the level of poverty that’s usually seen in developing countries like the subcontinent and Africa. For decades we’ve seen horrific pictures
A long line of voters stretches out from the main election office and into the car park here in Marietta, just north of Atlanta. At its current length, it will take around two hours for the people at the back to cast their ballots.