Day: August 15, 2019

The Migrant Tour Guides Educating Italians

The Italian population today is bombarded with headlines that making them perceive migration as an alien invasion. This has stirred up feelings of hatred and fear among native Italians. However, the younger generation has begun to break the cycle by participating in tours to Italian cities where they can witness

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Trump Administration Imposes Additional Immigration Restrictions

Monday morning brought further ominous development in the continuing efforts by the Trump Administration to stem the flow of immigration to the United States from predominantly poorer nations. Politico reported on 12th August that President Trump issued a new final rule that would allow federal officials to deny green cards

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South Sudan’s Peace Deal Extends With No End In Sight

Three months into South Sudan’s extended peace deal and little progress has been made towards brokering a power-sharing agreement. The deal was struck in order to reinstate Riek Machar as Vice President, whose position was stripped in 2013 after President Salva Kiir accused him of planning a mutiny. For five

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