Refugees and migrants are seen onboard the former fishing trawler Golf Azzurro of the Proactiva Open Arms in central Mediterranean Sea August 17, 2017. Over two hundred migrants and refugees, rescued on Thursday by the MOAS NGO, were transferred to a Proactiva vessel off the Libyan coast to be taken to Trapani port in Sicily. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
Despite being locked in a fierce battle fought on social media and played out in real life on the Mediterranean, there is one thing migrant-rescuing NGOs and their opponents agree on — the curre...
AQUARIUS, Mediterranean Sea - The ship chartered by a far-right group to "monitor the doings of NGOs" in the Mediterranean has reached the search and rescue zone off the Libyan coast. Defend Europe's...
CATANIA - Sicily: The midwife aboard an NGO rescue ship currently operating in the Mediterranean has revealed the incredible story of the rescue of a woman holding her new-born baby in her arms, still...
CATANIA, Sicily - On Friday morning as Italian politicians and NGOs were about to debate the rules and regulations of rescuing migrants in the Mediterranean, six newly-orphaned children stepped off a...
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Being born into one culture, but growing up in another, has its challenges.
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Seems Melbourne and Sydney aren't quite as bad as we think.
Despite promises, no extra Americans moved here after Trump became president.
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'In my mind people migrate to upgrade their life. But I'm not happy.'
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A Mexican businessman offended by President Donald Trump's insults to his countrymen is seizing on a possible oversight in the magnate's branding plans. Corporate lawyer Antonio Battaglia is introduci...
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Instead of a program threatening Australian jobs, there is the genuine possibility any crackdown will marginally harm the labour market.
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The migrants were all adults, mostly from sub-Saharan African countries, and all but three of them were men.
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Many are left with no option but to attempt the extreme, like cross a river in sub-zero temperatures.
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They were traveling towards Italy in poorly-made rubber dinghies.
President Hollande is pressing Britain to accept its share of responsibility for the minors.