A bill would allow the U.K. to transfer migrants to a "safe third country" while their claims are processed and criminalize traveling to Britain without approval.
One demonstrator held a sign that asked, "Kamala do you hear their screams?"
"Their numbers have reached such levels that their integration into local communities is realistically unsustainable," the Cypriot Foreign Ministry told the Associated Press Thursday.
The occurrence of COVID-19 outbreaks inside ICE detention centers demonstrates the continued insufficient implementation of protective policies for detained people by authorities.
In Turkey, migrants from Syria, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Somalia "are not in any danger...due to their race, religion, citizenship, political beliefs or membership in some particular social group," Greece's decree said.
The Biden administration established an agreement with six humanitarian groups to approve asylum seekers to come into the U.S. until July 31, when the groups hope the administration will lift the public health rules.
A British judge ordered the U.K. to upgrade its "rundown" facilities that undermine the mental and physical health of residents.
"The mission of the Department of Justice's immigration courts is to decide the cases that come before them promptly and fairly," Attorney General Merrick B. Garland said in a statement. "This new program for certain newly arriving families will help achieve that critically important goal."
Title 42, which allows for the removal of immigrants entering the U.S. from countries where a contagious disease was present, was implemented in March 2020 by the Trump Administration during the COVID-19 pandemic, and remains in effect under the Biden administration.
Although the rhetoric improved, over 100 hundred days into his administration, President Joe Biden has chosen to continue some of the cruelest Trump-era policies.
Instead of being transported to a city like Phoenix with a robust nonprofit support system and steady means of transportation, asylum seekers find themselves in small Arizona towns like Yuma.
The U.S.-Canada border policy amid the pandemic has forced hundreds of asylum-seekers back into U.S. custody to potentially face deportation, the lawsuit says.
Facing criticism from the international community, which argues that ejecting Syrians would put their lives at risk, the Danish government is pointing to initial stipulations made six years ago that Denmark would house Syrians only temporarily.
The cases still exist in the Migrant Protection Protocols program, although President Joe Biden announced he would dismantle MPP on his first day in office.
The White House has faced substantial criticism from Republicans who have argued that the president created a "crisis."
"They don't treat us like immigrants. They treat us like prisoners," one accuser said in a recent report. "I don't know why they force us to go back to a country that is not stable right now. People die every day."
"Not much has been left standing," MSF Head of Mission in Greece Stephan Oberreit told Newsweek.
I am an Israeli woman married to an Iranian man, and together we can not settle down in either of our countries, or even enter them. Now we are left trying to survive with an uncertain future after applying for asylum in Cyprus.
"The only solution is martial law on the border, putting the United States Army in charge of it," retired Army Colonel Douglas Macgregor said in 2019.
"We ask the United States government to help us," one asylum seeker said.
Hurricane Hanna was a tropical storm by Sunday morning, bringing heavy rains to the Matamoros border camp.
The revised procedures would allow judges to deny claims to entire groups of people without ever giving them court hearings.
The 47-year-old Iraqi asylum seeker had recently tested negative for coronavirus.
The COVID-19 outbreak has raised safety concerns for both asylum seekers and volunteers.
Greece's islands are struggling with severe overcrowding, with 36,000 people spread across five reception centers collectively meant to shelter 5,400, according to the UNHCR.
Strap yourself in, this is going to be one big, wild political week with impeachment, a Democratic debate and averting a government shutdown.
Asylum seekers also received their rejection letters in a language they may not understand.