Refugees wrapped in blankets and winter clothing cross the border from the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia to Serbia in freezing temperatures.
Since the pandemic began, the United States has been using a public health rule designed to limit the spread of disease to expel asylum-seekers on the southern border. Title 42, as it’s called, has been used more than 2.5 million times to expel migrants since March 2020, although that number includes people who repeatedly attempted to
Deep in the Arizona desert on the southern US border, a surveillance tower rises more than 150 feet (46 m) into the air, its swiveling cameras taking in the surrounding valley. With a viewing range of up to 7.5 miles (12 km), it can watch over three nearby communities and into the foothills of the Baboquivari mountains, one of the most
Few children would be as hapless and vulnerable as the kids in Afghanistan. The years of conflict in that country has seen hundreds of thousands of lives lost and many more injured. Now children are at the receiving end, bearing the brunt of the impact.
In the past two months, President Joe Biden’s revised procedures for stemming the influx of asylum seekers across the Southern border have seemed to be working, substantially slowing the flow. But the difficulty in dealing administratively with the immigration situation was underscored when a federal judge in California ruled
United Arab Emirates President His Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan made a crisp and brief opening speech at the COP28 climate summit at Expo City in Dubai. He recalled first President of the UAE Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan’s vision of sustainable development by
The Business & Philanthropy Climate Forum, COP28’s private-sector engagement platform to convene global business leaders and philanthropists, concluded its first day yesterday, with the announcement of a range of transformative climate and nature initiatives, and commitments to mobilise
The prodigiously hyped debate between Gavin Newsom and Ron DeSantis was never going to be more than a diversion, a brief sideshow running parallel to the main attraction — the actual campaign for the White House. California’s Democratic governor is not a candidate for president, as