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Politics4 months ago
Texas governor blasts Biden over immigration crisis as US president visits Mexico border
US President Joe Biden inspects a busy port of entry along the country’s border with Mexico, his first trip to the region after taking office two years ago as the immigration crisis intensifies.
Texas governor blasts Biden over immigration crisis as US president visits Mexico border
Politics8 months ago
WH says GOP governors shipping migrants to other states is ‘shameful’
The White House has criticized Republican governors who have been sending migrants to other states, describing their move as "shameful".
WH says GOP governors shipping migrants to other states is ‘shameful’
Palestine8 months ago
Jewish settlers forced to leave amid Israel cost of living crisis: Report
A report reveals that the high cost of living in the Israeli-occupied territories is forcing many Jewish immigrants to leave.
Jewish settlers forced to leave amid Israel cost of living crisis: Report
Society9 months ago
Most Americans believe ‘invasion’ happening at southern border: Poll
A majority of Americans believe that there is an “invasion” occurring at the southern border.
Most Americans believe ‘invasion’ happening at southern border: Poll
Societyone year ago
Rich Americans applying for foreign residency due to 'fear about future'
More and more wealthy Americans are applying for citizenship or residency in foreign countries due to "fear about the future" of the United States, a new report has revealed.
Rich Americans applying for foreign residency due to 'fear about future'
Palestineone year ago
Poll: Half of Israeli youths ‘not optimistic’, 33% think of leaving
A recent poll has found that 44% of Israelis are not optimistic about the future of the regime, and 33% of them are thinking about immigration from the occupied territories.
Poll: Half of Israeli youths ‘not optimistic’, 33% think of leaving
Societyone year ago
US immigration courts struggle amid understaffing and backlog of cases
The US’ immigration courts are failing to function at the most basic level, industry leaders have warned, as the already understaffed and often undertrained judges are now overwhelmed by an increasing backlog of over 1.6m cases.
US immigration courts struggle amid understaffing and backlog of cases
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