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EU Divided Over Migrant Quotas Proposal
The proposal has sparked a fierce debate within Europe
Q&A: Marine Le Pen, Leader of the French National Front
The leader of the National Front on the U.S. immigration system and Europe’s migrant crisis.
Germany Needs Hundreds of Thousands of Migrants
It’s predicted that by 2025 the labour force will have dropped by seven million, creating a massive skill shortage.
A Literary Critic Explores If Emigrants Ever Truly Belong
As life gets more international, one of our finest literary critics explores feeling of 'homeloose' in his adopted land.
Stateless: The Ultimate Legal Limbo
The stateless have no country and a legal system that can’t figure out what to do with them.
Polish Ukip Candidate Rejects Farage Comments on Favouring British Workers
The Ukip leader said British employers should choose British workers over Polish ones.
Ukip Immigration Points System 'Incompatible With EU Membership'
Stopping free movement of peoples incompatible with UK staying in EU, says MEP.
Britain's Ukip Pledges to Return Immigration Levels to 'Normality'
Nigel Farage said that he would no longer be focusing on creating a definitive 'cap' for immigration numbers.
ISIS’s Next Crusade: Italy
The makeshift caliphate says it’s targeting Rome. Should Italians have agita?
Last-Minute Funding Bill Fails in House Hours Before Expected DHS Shutdown
An estimated 85 percent of DHS workers will still report to work, though without pay.
Immigration: What the Romans Can Teach Us
The Roman empire survived for so long because it was inclusive.
Federal Judge Blocks Obama's Immigration Deportation Plan
The move adds a new wrinkle to a debate already raging in the new, Republican-led U.S. Congress.
Normalizing Relations With Cuba: The Unfinished Agenda
The embargo is far from over. From Radio Martí to Gitmo, there are many difficult hurdles to jump.
Incredible Journey: The Boy Who Fled North Korea - for Sweden
The refugee boy who calls himself Han Song claims to have travelled 7000km to Sweden by truck, rail and foot.
Why Is This Man Claiming Sanctuary From the Feds in a Church?
Arturo Hernandez Garcia faces deportation.
House Funding Bill for Homeland Security Would Block Obama on Immigration
The bill's immigration provisions also could hamper Republicans' efforts to boost their appeal among Hispanic voters.
Women’s Privacy ‘Violated’ at Yarls Wood Detention Centre
A majority of women said they were seen by male staff in intimate situations including when naked.
Most British Jews Feel They Have No Future in Europe: Poll
British Jews look to emigration as fears of anti-Semitism grow.
Boehner's Plan to Block Obama's Immigration Moves
Republicans will attempt to deny money to implement Obama's November executive order.
German Anti-Islamist Rally Swells After Attacks in France
The PEGIDA movement indicates growing anti-Islamic sentiment in the wake of the Paris attacks
Merkel Says Islam 'Belongs to Germany' Ahead of Dresden Rally
Merkel's words come hours before marches by anti-Islam group PEGIDA were due to start in several German cities.
Hungary PM Orban Says Immigration a Threat and Must Be Stopped
The PM attended the mass rally in Paris to pay tribute to those killed in the attacks by Islamic extremists
Photo Essay: London - Home of the Storytellers
From as far afield as Sierra Leone and Iceland, seven storytellers have made their home in London
Sympathetic Merkel Gives Little Ground to Cameron Over EU Reform on Visit
The German Chancellor argues that free movement of workers is vital to the bloc
Spike in ‘Crime Tourism’ Sparks EU Migration Debate in Denmark
A sharp rise in crime committed by non-resident foreigners has led to calls for greater border controls
50 Prominent Germans Condemn Anti-Muslim Rallies
Anti-Muslim rallies have become a weekly event in Dresden, with some 18,000 people at a rally Monday
California Becomes 10th State to Issue Licenses for Undocumented Immigrants
For the first time, undocumented immigrants can apply for driver's licenses in California.
Up to 40,000 Zimbabweans Could Face Deportation From South Africa
A new permit system came into force at the end of the year, but some allege the application system was flawed
Cologne Cathedral to Turn Out Lights in Protest at Anti-Muslim March
The grass-roots anti-Muslim movement has rapidly gained popularity and attracted condemnation from leaders
Refugees Welcome, German President Says After Anti-Immigrant Rally
More than 17,000 people took part in Germany's largest anti-immigrant rally on Monday in the eastern city of Dresden.