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Advocates doubt Trump administration will act to stem flow of migrants across Canada-U.S. border

The crossing of migrants into Canada that has now become a thorny issue on the U.S.’s northern frontier was certainly not on horizon until recently

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On International Women's Day 2017: Claiming Human Rights for Women in Migration...and for All

This is a particularly significant year for women. Women are increasingly standing up for their rights and leading resistance to so many forms of oppression and injustice around the world. This is also true for women in migration -- whether they are migrants themselves, have remained home while other family members migrate, or have been affected by the deportations of those near and dear to them. Read more >

New Trump travel ban aims to withstand court challenge

WASHINGTON — President Trump scaled back his executive order barring migrants from several predominantly Muslim countries Monday, in an attempt to insulate the controversial ru Read more >

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Interview: how can better policy empower women on the move?

Cameron: One of the assumptions you hear a lot in the press is that most of the people on the move today are unmarried men. Can we start with you giving us a corrective on the realities of women’s migration around the world today? Read more >

Trump renames ban on Muslim immigrants, but removes Iraq from list

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Following a setback in the courts last month, President Donald Trump issued a modified version of the ban Read more >

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Private Prisons Memo Could Signal More Immigrant Lockups

Attorney General Jeff Sessions says he wants to maintain contracts with private prisons because he's concerned about meeting the federal correctional system's "future needs." But he hasn't said what those needs might be. Read more >

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