Monthly Archives: December 2015

Assessing the Impact of Migrants

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New Border Guard for Europe

“A real border guard at last,” from the Economist: FEW institutions have been as overwhelmed by the numbers of refugees passing through Europe as Frontex, the European Union’s external border agency. With a weak mandate, no equipment of its own … Continue reading

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Some Countries See Benefits in Migrants

“Some Countries See Migrants as an Economic Boon, Not a Burden,” from the Wall Street Journal: Montreal–Lined with cafes and bustling with newcomers, the streets of this eclectic port city, where French and English are spoken interchangeably, could easily be … Continue reading

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Germany Heading Towards Registering 1 Million Refugees

“Germany heads for 1M asylum-seekers in 2015,” from the BBC: Germany has registered 964,574 new asylum-seekers in the first 11 months of the year, putting it on course for more than a million in 2015. The number of migrants arriving … Continue reading

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Where is human right here?

Originally posted on voiceofchoucha:
Choucha camp was not established as a result of natural disaster in Libya, but a man-made catastrophe created by International body and can not be fixed till date by those felt to be sane minded, and…

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