Tamila Tasheva, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky's top representative for Crimea, said Ukraine has "no doubt" that Crimea will be returned to the country.
Survivors of Russia's siege of Mariupol told Newsweek how they were forcibly relocated to Russia, and how some eventually escaped westwards.
ICE will transfer pregnant detainees who request abortions to another state if they are being held in a state where the procedure is banned.
Newsweek's "The Royal Report" podcast spoke to Dr. Shola Mos-Shogbamimu, who said Charles "needs to explain his decision" to hire a Daily Mail editor.
The three family members have been accused in an alleged beating last summer that left a man "permanently blinded," prosecutors said.
Mariupol City Council says 15,000 local residents have fallen under "illegal deportation" to Russia.
When Jamala won the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest, she never anticipated that her ballad "1944" would take on new meaning.
The Department of Homeland Security announced Temporary Protected Status for Afghanistan refugees for the next 18 months.
The arrests of aggravated felons rose significantly as the Biden administration shifted policies to focus on dangerous offenders.
The fake German heiress was convicted of fraud in the U.S. and will be with officials until she lands back on her home soil.
The judge is accused of blocking an agent from the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency from detaining a man who left the courtroom via a rear door.
Djokovic said that forfeiting this year's Grand Slam titles is a price he's willing to pay to remain unvaccinated.
The viral image is cheekily alluding to the card providers' old rivalry in the context of the unvaccinated tennis star's deportation from Australia.
The man was arrested in 2018 by federal immigration officials, who sought to deport him using his designation as a "verified" gang member in a database.
The tennis star's medical exemption from a COVID-19 vaccine is currently under review.
Iran, which already hosts around 3 million Afghan residents, has had to deport over one million Afghans as of November 21 as they flee in large numbers.
A federal judge ruled Omar Abdulsattar Ameen is eligible for deportation to Iraq or Turkey after lying about having contact with anyone from terrorist groups.
Police on the scene began to make arrests after protestors refused to clear the entrance to Port Miami.
"Americans look to you and the President to deliver on the promise of more humane treatment of migrants," Rep. Bennie Thompson wrote in a letter to DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas
"It's appalling that this individual behaved the way that she did and she will be leaving," the Home Affairs Minister said of British commentator Katie Hopkins.
Prominent Lebanese singer and composer Samir Sfeir was deported from Saudi Arabia after a 50-day detention.
Freidrich Karl Berger, 95 had been living in Tennessee but his removal was ordered in February 2020.
According to a January tweet from Haiti's Ambassador to the U.S. Bocchit Edmond, "Mr Pierrilus isn't a Haitian Citizen & thus can't be sent to Haiti."
A federal judge issued a temporary restraining order against a Department of Homeland Security memo that instructed agencies to pause deportations for some undocumented immigrants.
The move to deport Maradiaga, who came to the U.S. aged seven, sparked outrage because advocates said it defied President Joe Biden's 100-day pause on deportations for some immigrants.
"The Biden administration directed DHS to violate federal immigration law and breach an agreement to consult and cooperate with Texas on that law," Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said in a Friday statement.
Freidrich Karl Berger, who had been living in Tennessee, was still receiving a pension from Germany for his time as a concentration camp during World War II.
Two days before his release date, the inmate fire crew member, who suffered a "traumatic neck injury" while fighting fires, was told he would taken to a detention center.
Helmut Oberlander is facing the prospect of being forced out of Canada amid claims he covered up his wartime past to gain citizenship.
"Given that [Pham's] already worked for ICE within this administration, and this administration has aggressively ramped up targeting of Southeast Asian refugee communities, we don't feel optimistic that there will be a change in how ICE is run," Phi Nguyen said.