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#Migration

# migration - Yesterday’s News

7-year-old girl dies in custody after Border Patrol arrest

The Washington Post reports the girl died of dehydration and shock more than eight hours after she was arrested.

# migration - Thursday 6 December, 2018

'Migrants are vital to the wellbeing of society': Study finds common myths about immigrants are false

The two-year research was published in the medical journal The Lancet.

# migration - Sunday 19 August, 2018

'Honestly, we are in a mess': Kofi Annan lashed out at global leaders in one of his final interviews

“Today, leaders are going in the wrong direction.”

# migration - Friday 29 June, 2018

EU leaders agree migration deal after all-night Brussels talks

Italy’s hardline new premier said his country was “no longer alone”.

# migration - Thursday 28 June, 2018

Merkel warns that migration 'could decide Europe's destiny'

German Chancellor Angela Merkel made the warning hours before a Brussels summit with other EU leaders.

'Time is running out' - Varadkar joins EU leaders to talk Brexit and migration

Deep divisions are expected to surface over migration.

# migration - Sunday 24 June, 2018

Italy passes sea rescue of 1,000 to Libya as EU nations hold informal talks on migration

Migration across the Mediterranean Sea is down sharply from last year but it is dominating Europe’s political agenda.

# migration - Tuesday 19 June, 2018

Trump says to prosecute migrants 'you have to take the children away'

US officials say more than 2,300 children have been separated from their parents or guardians since early May.

# migration - Saturday 28 April, 2018

'Building walls will not solve this problem. Neither can the EU provide a home for everyone'

The issue might not be in the headlines now, but it could be very quickly, writes Brian Hayes MEP.

# migration - Friday 10 November, 2017

Concern after 15 swans killed by power lines in Co Donegal

At least 15 of the migratory birds have died at power lines in Carrigans in the northern county in recent times.

# migration - Sunday 10 September, 2017

'Ireland is well placed to respond to the needs of migrants and refugees'

The Catholic Church wants to play a part in welcoming refugees here, Bishop Kevin Doran writes.

# migration - Wednesday 10 May, 2017

A non-EU parent has a right to residency if their child is an EU citizen

An EU court ruled on the case of a Venezuelan woman who entered the Netherlands as a visitor and had a child with a Dutch national.

# migration - Thursday 6 April, 2017

Why do we have a census? Here's what the statistics are used for

Some of the summary results from last year’s census will be published today.

# migration - Saturday 19 November, 2016

FactCheck: National Party leader Justin Barrett's claims about immigration

The National Party leader made a series of claims about immigration on the Last Word this week. We checked them out.

# migration - Monday 3 October, 2016

99.8% of Hungarian voters have rejected EU migrant quotas in 'invalid' referendum

While almost all who voted backed the Government, turnout was short of the 50% threshold.

# migration - Friday 23 September, 2016

Pope Francis condemns gossipy journalism as a form of terrorism

The pontiff also urged journalists not to stoke fear over migration forced by war or hunger.

# migration - Sunday 17 July, 2016

Brexit minister: Some EU citizens may be forced to leave the UK

David Davis says there may be a cut off date for migrants who’ve settled in the UK.

# migration - Wednesday 1 June, 2016

Three arrested after 26 women report sexual assaults at German music festival

The mostly young women said they were encircled and groped by groups of men.

# migration - Saturday 21 November, 2015

1,000 bison might be killed at Yellowstone Park this winter

The plan is to kill mostly calves and females.

# migration - Monday 2 November, 2015

There is no room to bury people shipwrecked off Greece as crossing numbers continue to rise

United Nations figures show that more than 218,000 migrants and refugees crossed the Mediterranean to Europe in October.

# migration - Saturday 26 September, 2015

# migration - Sunday 6 September, 2015

Tears of joy as Germany welcomes refugee trains streaming into Munich

Over 6,000 people have already arrived and tens of thousands more are expected in the coming weeks.

# migration - Tuesday 25 August, 2015

Britain is planning to jail immigrants who are working illegally

Wages earned will also be taken off illegal workers.

# migration - Sunday 26 April, 2015

The swallows are back from Africa and that means summer has officially begun

Don’t forget these little guys are a protected species…

# migration - Friday 6 March, 2015

Here's a little help for anyone thinking of emigrating (and for anyone who already has)

A new website has been launched to offer advice to emigrants, tapping into the wisdom of 500 who already have.

# migration - Wednesday 26 November, 2014

The unemployment rate has been revised down even further

A new CSO report has revealed that since the same time last year, the number of people unemployed has fallen by 37,000.

# migration - Sunday 21 September, 2014

Rural Ireland: 'The life has gone out of it. Even 20 or 30 jobs would give the place a lift'

A short documentary shows how the people of Ballydehob are dealing with unemployment and emigration.

# migration - Monday 15 September, 2014

Fears for 500 on sunken boat as two Palestinian migrants are rescued in Mediterranean

The UN has estimated that 2,200 people have drowned crossing the seas since June.

# migration - Friday 12 September, 2014

President Higgins has spoken directly to the Irish Diaspora: "We owe them a debt of gratitude."

The story of Irish emigration is one to be proud of he argued.

# migration - Friday 23 May, 2014

Opinion: Equality and social justice for women is my life’s work

In the run-up to Africa Day, Salome Mbugua discusses her social justice work in Ireland and various African countries.

# migration - Saturday 15 March, 2014

Police find tunnel used to smuggle Mexicans into America

Three suspected people-traffickers were arrested.

# migration - Saturday 22 February, 2014

Study finds Irish travelling abroad to work fear 'skidding' to lower social classes

It also suggests that many ‘commuter migrants’ choose that lifestyle as a way of tackling large mortgages.

# migration - Thursday 12 December, 2013

Population of the Greater Dublin Area could grow by 400,000 over 20 years

The latest CSO figures also predict a ‘marked increase’ in the number of over 65s.

# migration - Thursday 28 November, 2013

From The Daily Edge Watch hundreds of geese fill the sky after a break from migration I Believe I Can Fly

# migration - Saturday 5 October, 2013

Divers hope to resume search off Italy amid fears death toll could reach 300

Rough seas have hampered the body recovery effort off Lampedusa where a boat carrying hundreds of migrants from Africa sank on Thursday.

# migration - Friday 6 September, 2013

Despite recession, Ireland still crying out for high-skilled workers from abroad

Almost 4 per cent of Ireland’s workers come from outside the European Economic Area, according to new ESRI research.

# migration - Friday 21 June, 2013

Column: Why scapegoat the most vulnerable to protect the most powerful?

Immigrants have become the new enemy, writes Bobby Gilmore – who says if we are not careful protectionism, extreme nationalism, racism, ethno-centrism and exclusion will prevail in Europe.

# migration - Saturday 1 June, 2013

Aaron McKenna: Whatever will we do about all those job-taking immigrants?

Isn’t it odd that, at the same time as we’re begging for amnesty for illegal immigrants in another country, we posses near Arizona Tea Party Republican levels of antipathy towards certain segments of our immigrant body at home, writes Aaron McKenna.

# migration - Thursday 27 September, 2012

One new emigrant every five minutes, according to latest CSO figures

The latest population estimates from the Central Statistics Office show emigration is higher now than any time in the 1980s.

# migration - Sunday 26 August, 2012

Column: Homesickness - the emigrant's burden

The whiff of a favourite foodstuff, the emotional low of feeling ill – these are just two of the catalysts to awaken homesickness when you’re an expat, says Irishman-in-Japan Mark Boyle.

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