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Turkey — EU tensions threaten refugee deal

by Stephen Beard Aug 22, 2016
A deal credited with cutting refugee flow into Europe is in peril.
The European Union's deal with Turkey over migration could be in jeopardy in the aftermath of the country's recent attempted coup.
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Cuban migrants scramble to claim special status in US

by Kimberly Adams May 25, 2016
Some worry — others hope — improving ties with US may change special privileges.
It took Cuban migrant Henry Salgera about three months to make it to the U.S. He said his bag — containing clothes, some medicine, deodorant and water — is all he carried with him.
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European Union close to granting visa-free travel to Turks

by Andy Uhler May 4, 2016
EU officials hold that Turkey must meet the same requirements for visa-free travel as other countries.
A Turkish flag hangs next to the flag of Europe outside a hotel in Istanbul. “The relationship between the EU and Turkey is a very foul one right now,” says Kemal Kirişci, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution.
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By The Numbers

The migrant remittances industry, by the numbers

by Donna Tam Apr 5, 2016
Trump’s border wall plan has us talking about the money people send back home. Let’s do the numbers on this booming business.
 
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As Obama visits a mosque, a look at America's Muslims

by Mark Garrison Feb 3, 2016
Despite prevailing stereotypes, it's a diverse group economically.
President Barack Obama hosts the annual Iftar dinner celebrating the Muslim holy month of Ramadan in the East Room of the White House July 22, 2015 in Washington, DC. On Wednesday, President Obama makes the first visit to a U.S. mosque during his administration.
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Syrian refugees navigate a new life in Britain

by Stephen Beard Dec 25, 2015
Syrians in the Northern English City of Bradford find safety but challenges, too.

Asylum seekers face a backlog

by Caitlin Esch Dec 1, 2015
The wait for an interview often exceeds a year.

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Thanksgiving in the Jungle

by , and Nov 26, 2015
Quartz and Marketplace look at the current refugee crisis.

Governors question refugee security checks

by Kimberly Adams Nov 18, 2015
Governors cite security screening concerns in their rejection of more refugees.

In Germany, the mood is turning against refugees

by Stephen Beard Oct 19, 2015
As the number of asylum seekers grows, so do Germans' anxieties.

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