Posts Tagged “refugees”

Algeria Migration Policy: National Security Concerns Vs. Humanitarian Morality 

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Algeria Migration Policy: National Security Concerns Vs. Humanitarian Morality 

Algeria Migration Policy: National Security Concerns Vs. Humanitarian Morality  Algeria’s migration policy reflects the interdependence of its domestic national security and to some extent regional foreign policy priorities and objectives. By Abdennour Toumi  The first ever international agreement on the migration crisis aimed at coordinating action on migration around the world was signed by a…

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ANERA CEO urges US to restore Palestine Aid

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ANERA CEO urges US to restore Palestine Aid

ANERA CEO urges US to restore Palestine Aid Anera urges U.S. Government to Revise or Reverse Decision on Pulling Aid to Palestinians. Anera President and CEO Sean Carroll is available for a limited number of interviews to discuss the cuts to Anera’s programming serving refugees and other vulnerable populations in Gaza and the West Bank. USAID’s…

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Migrants and refugees crossing Libya subjected to “unimaginable horrors”

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Migrants and refugees crossing Libya subjected to “unimaginable horrors”

Migrants and refugees crossing Libya subjected to “unimaginable horrors” Migrants and refugees are being subjected to “unimaginable horrors” from the moment they enter Libya, throughout their stay in the country and – if they make it that far — during their subsequent attempts to cross the Mediterranean sea, according to a UN report released on…

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What the Swiss can offer Lebanon

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What the Swiss can offer Lebanon

What the Swiss can offer Lebanon By Ghassan Michel Rubeiz This week a Swiss delegation led by President Alain Berset is visiting Lebanon to strengthen “bilateral relations”. The team is also discussing the pressing issue of the Syrian refugees. Lebanon hosts the largest refugee population in the world, per capita; and Switzerland is the “global…

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Affaire d’État or Scandal, the Palace Is Boiling

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Affaire d’État or Scandal, the Palace Is Boiling

Affaire d’État or Scandal, the Palace Is Boiling President Macron’s supporters prefer to compare him to President Obama rather than President Nixon, and believe he will survive the storm. By Abdennour Toumi First heat waves of the summer season in Paris have produced an unusual sweat and wet in the town; everybody is trying to…

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PBS to air documentary on struggle of Iraqi family August 27, 2018

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PBS to air documentary on struggle of Iraqi family August 27, 2018

PBS to air documentary on struggle of Iraqi family August 27, 2018 Caught in the Crossfire, an Iraqi Family Remains Determined to Rebuild in ‘Nowhere to Hide,’ Airing August 27, 2018 on PBS. The documentary is described as an Unforgettable Look at a Battle-Torn Iraq and War’s Human Consequences Fifteen years after the U.S. invasion…

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