Tag: migration

  • New bill may ‘shut down’ US-Mexico border at times to curb migration, says senator | US-Mexico border

    New bill may ‘shut down’ US-Mexico border at times to curb migration, says senator | US-Mexico border

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    Tough new measures being discussed on Capitol Hill to clamp down on migrants include a new federal requirement to “shut down” the Mexico border if more than 5,000 undocumented people cross into the US daily and plans to swiftly throw out economic migrants, a key senator revealed on Sunday. Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona, who broke…

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  • ‘Migration’ review: Recognizably human for a duck tale

    ‘Migration’ review: Recognizably human for a duck tale

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    For those familiar with their animation studios, Illumination immediately brings to mind the flood of yapping yellow pills known as the Minions. Its new “Migration” flaps away from those movies, thanks to its director and its occasionally painterly look, but can’t completely slip those bonds. The story, written by “The White Lotus’” Mike White, concerns…

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  • Migration is derailing leaders from Biden to Macron. Who’s next? – POLITICO

    Migration is derailing leaders from Biden to Macron. Who’s next? – POLITICO

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    Press play to listen to this article Voiced by artificial intelligence. BRUSSELS — Western leaders are grappling with how to handle two era-defining wars in the Middle East and in Ukraine. But there’s another issue, one far closer to home, that’s derailing governments in Europe and America: migration.  In recent days, U.S. President Joe Biden,…

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  • Joe Biden And Mexican President Set To Talk Migration, Fentanyl And Cuba Relations

    Joe Biden And Mexican President Set To Talk Migration, Fentanyl And Cuba Relations

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    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — President Joe Biden and Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, two strong allies who don’t always get along personally, will talk migration, fentanyl trafficking and Cuba relations on Friday. The two leaders are in San Francisco for the annual Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation conference, where Biden has held a series of face-to-face…

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  • Biden meets with leaders of Dominican Republic and Chile to talk economic ties, migration

    Biden meets with leaders of Dominican Republic and Chile to talk economic ties, migration

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    WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden met separately with the leaders of the Dominican Republic and Chile at the White House on Thursday to discuss key issues like economic relations and migration. The meeting with Dominican President Luis Abinader aimed to strengthen economic ties, democratic principles and labor rights, as well as address the security situation…

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  • Migration money feud infiltrates EU summit – POLITICO

    Migration money feud infiltrates EU summit – POLITICO

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    BRUSSELS — EU countries are bickering over granting billions in new funds to deal with migration as asylum applications soar and backlogs pile up at the Continent’s borders.  Germany, which received a quarter of all EU asylum applications in 2022, specifically wants to “revitalize” the EU’s ties with neighboring Turkey, according to a senior German…

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  • Illumination Sneek Peaks ‘Migration’ at Annecy

    Illumination Sneek Peaks ‘Migration’ at Annecy

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    Before Pharrell Williams put in a surprise appearance to honor Chris Meledandri with Annecy’s Golden Ticket lifetime achievement award, the Illumination CEO joined “Migration” director Benjamin Renner for a wide-ranging conversation and to present the first 25 minutes of the film.  Though the duo made sure to mention that the excerpt was not quite locked,…

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  • Title 42 migration restrictions have ended, but Biden’s new policy is tougher | US-Mexico border

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    As the Title 42 pandemic-era rule ended at midnight on Thursday, Alejandro Mayorkas, the secretary of homeland security and a former Cuban refugee, issued a stern warning to would-be migrants, saying: “People who arrive at the border without using a lawful pathway will be presumed ineligible for asylum.” In many ways, Mayorkas’s statement directly contradicted…

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