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Why Newborn Pandas in South Korea Will Eventually Move to China
By Koh Ewe
What to Know About Greece’s Deadliest Migrant Shipwreck in Years
By Armani Syed
Why the U.K.'s 'Illegal Migration Bill' Is Probably Illegal
By Armani Syed
Britain's New Prime Minister Is Already Facing His First Crisis
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New York Mosque Offers Refuge to Afghan Kids
The local Afghan community has stepped in to care for children who fled the Taliban and arrived in the U.S. alone.
By Jazzmin Jiwa
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Ukraine Crisis Could Overhaul Europe's Asylum System
Ukrainian refugees have received a warm welcome in Europe. Could that help change the system for good?
By Charlotte McDonald-Gibson
March 31, 2022
World Bank: 86 Million Africans At Risk of Climate Migration
As many as 86 million Africans will be forced to migrate within their own countries by 2050 due to climate change, a World Bank study found.
By David Herbling / Bloomberg
October 27, 2021
Waves of Migrants Journey North Despite Complicated Border Policy
A photo essay documents the desperate journeys migrants make starting in Honduras and ending at the U.S.-Mexico border.
By PHOTOGRAPHS BY Yael Martínez FOR TIME
October 25, 2021
Haitian Migrants in Tijuana Face an Uncertain Future
Haitians stranded at the U.S.-Mexico border are in a state of limbo due to U.S. immigration policies that would send them back to Haiti.
By Jasmine Aguilera/Tijuana, Mexico
July 22, 2021
Shelters Worn Thin as the U.S. Continues to Expel Migrants
Shelters in Mexican border cities are at capacity and scrambling for resources as the U.S. continues to expel migrants under Trump-era rule.
By Jasmine Aguilera / Tijuana, Mexico
May 20, 2021
Biden Proposes $4 Billion to Fix Root Causes of Migration
Biden's comprehensive immigration reform bill includes an eight-year pathway to citizenship and a plan to fix the root causes of migration.
By Jasmine Aguilera
January 20, 2021
Germany Offered Help to Yazidi Women. Was It Enough?
Some women say the groundbreaking program failed to keep its promises
By Kristen Chick
August 24, 2020
Why the E.U. Is Doomed to Repeat the Mistakes of the 2015 Refugee Crisis
The children pacing behind bars or sleeping on the cold ground as the Greek winter ebbs into spring do not look like weapons. On the contrary, their faces tell of their innocence and need, victims...
By Charlotte McDonald-Gibson
March 10, 2020
UN Calls For 'Emergency Measures' to Improve Conditions in Greek Refugee Camps, Amid Overcrowding and Risk of Disease Outbreaks
The United Nations has called for "decisive action" to rectify unsafe and unsanitary conditions at the Moria refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos, as well as at refugee centers on four other islands,...
By Mélissa Godin
February 11, 2020
The Best Way to End Modern Slavery? Enable Legal Migration, Experts Say
For many people around the world, the fact that December 2 is celebrated as the International Day for the Abolition of Slavery may seem like an archaic throwback. After all, the days of the trans-Atlantic...
By Aryn Baker
December 2, 2019
The Far Right Lost Power in Italy Two Months Ago. So Why Are Migrant Rescue Boats Still Being Refused Entry?
In late August, Italy’s anti-migrant Interior Minister Matteo Salvini was ousted after his ruling coalition collapsed, bringing a symbolic end to a government whose signature policy was closing Italy’s ports to ships carrying rescued migrants....
By Billy Perrigo
October 29, 2019
Why is the U.K. Trying to Deport 2-Year-Old Lucy Dutton?
A two-year-old girl is facing deportation from the U.K. even though her parents each hold a British passport, in a move described as "cruel and sadistic" by a U.K. human rights lawyer. Lucy Dutton was...
By Rachael Bunyan
October 18, 2019
Mexican Asylum Seekers Are Facing Long Waits at the U.S. Border. Advocates Say That's Illegal
A new 'metering' practice is particularly dangerous for Mexican asylum seekers
By Anna-Catherine Brigida / Ciudad Juarez and Matamoros, Mexico
October 16, 2019
DNA Tests Could Help a Father Find Out What Happened to His Wife and Kids. But Politics Stand in the Way
When Walid Khalil Murad drifts off to sleep, he can feel the warmth of his three small children in bed beside him. They are there in his dreams too, playing happily together. There is three-year-old...
By Charlotte McDonald-Gibson / The Hague
August 12, 2019
The Story Behind TIME's 'Beyond Walls' Covers
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