Migrant And Refugee Crisis

“Let us stop ignoring reality, stop constantly shifting responsibility, stop passing off the issue of migration to others," Pope Francis said during a visit to the Greek island.
Months after a hasty and chaotic evacuation from Afghanistan, some are still cold, worried and separated from family.
So far, the U.S. has admitted fewer than 8,000 refugees in the 2021 fiscal year.
Border Patrol agents were filmed on horseback whipping ropes at Haitian refugees attempting to cross into the U.S.
The president did exactly the opposite of what had served him well with vaccines and his stimulus plan by promising an orderly exit but delivering a deadly mess.
Many Afghans feel abandoned since the withdrawal of U.S. troops and foreign allies on Aug. 31. What is life really like for those who didn't make it out in time?
A State Department official estimated that a "majority" of Afghans who worked with the U.S. were not evacuated before American forces withdrew.
According to a HuffPost analysis, 37 states are willing to accept refugees, and another 11 haven't yet taken a position.
Nearly every day, the family of five set out to the airport from their home in Kabul only to be met by other desperate Afghans and large crowds.
Miller began making life difficult for Afghans who worked with the United States as a Senate staffer, even prior to Trump’s election.
The president is under intense pressure to evacuate Americans, Afghans and other vulnerable people from the country before Aug. 31.
At least one of the children was a girl, although it is not clear whether any of them automatically qualify as American citizens.
As the Biden administration continues to evacuate tens of thousands of people from Afghanistan, these states are ready to offer homes to those fleeing.
The slow-moving withdrawal from Afghanistan adds to growing fears the administration won’t prioritize refugees.
Many of the loudest voices in the party say the U.S. shouldn't open its arms to Afghans who helped U.S. troops in the bloody 20-year war in Afghanistan.
“To be quite candid, this situation absolutely could have and should have been avoided,” said one refugee group.
Afghan officials say that puts nine out of the country’s 34 capitals in the insurgents’ hands.
In the past 24 hours, nearly 12 inches of rain fell on the camps hosting more than 800,000 Rohingya.
It is legal under international and U.S. law for those fleeing their home country to ask for asylum at a port of entry ― no matter how they enter the country.
“The United States of America started this journey and should end this journey responsibly,” said a former Afghan interpreter.