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With 1,000+ Refugees Arriving Daily, Greek Islands Under Severe Strain

Athens, Greece. Close to 1,000 refugees are now arriving on the Greek islands every day, creating an unprecedented emergency for Greece and other countries, the U.N. refugee agency warned on Friday. Two boys rest next to their tent outside the screening centre at Moria. Refugees and migrants live in tents until there is space available […]

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U.N. Agency Urges Dominican Republic Not to Deport Haitians

New York, N.Y.  The Dominican Republic must ensure that people whose citizenship was thrown into question by a 2013 ruling of the Constitutional Court will not be deported, the UN refugee agency said today “The Court’s ruling and the subsequent regularization plan which gave individuals born in the Dominican Republic until mid-June to regularize their […]

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Barack Obama on Celebrating Immigrant Heritage Month

Washington, D.C.  In this week’s address, the President recognized Immigrant Heritage Month, an occasion that allows us to celebrate our origins as a nation of immigrants.  The basic idea of welcoming people to our shores is central to our ancestry and our way of life. That’s why the President asked everyone to visit whitehouse.gov/NewAmericans and […]

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