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Sudanese Crosses English Channel on Foot

“In a first, a Sudanese Migrant Nearly Crosses the English Channel on Foot,” by Dan Bilefsky for the New York Times: For one African migrant, there was nothing left to lose. The migrant, Abdul Rahman Haroun, 40, risked his life … Continue reading

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Migrants Stay in Limbo Between Italy and France

“Migrants’ Journeys Stall in Italy, Near the French Border,” by Aurelien Breeden for the New York Times: The train that rumbles along the steep French-Italian coast, shuttling tourists from one picturesque town to another, did not take Abdulhakim Kabeto very … Continue reading

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The Perilious Lives of Migrants in Libya

“Migrants, Hoping to Cross Mediterranean, Must First Navigate Lawless Libya,” by David Kirkpatrick for the New York Times: The two 8-year-old Eritrean boys had ridden for days across the deserts of Ethiopia, Sudan and Libya packed in the back of … Continue reading

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EU to Increase Funding for Sea Patrols

“EU to Triple Funding for Sea Patrols in Migration Crises,” by Mathew Dalton and Valentina Pop for Wall Street Journal: The European Union agreed to triple funding for patrols in the Mediterranean and send ships from its member states’ navies … Continue reading

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Journey from Eriteria to Europe

” A voyage through hell: One asylum seeker’s epic journey from Eritrea to a new life in Europe,” by Zekarias Kebraeb for the Independent: After illegally crossing the border to Sudan, Zekarias Kebraeb stayed in Khartoum for six months. He … Continue reading

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