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Wednesday 31 July 2019 I VIEW IN BROWSER
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC
How This Quiet Region in Guatemala Became a Migration Epicenter
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PRI
To be Heard, Young Migrants and Refugees in Greece Started Their Own Newspaper.
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THE NEW YORK TIMES
Seesaws Straddle US-Mexico Border...
Smiles Shine Through
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  • The Observers – Red Crescent volunteers in Tunisia bury migrants. They have launched an online appeal to raise funds for a cemetery. 
     
  • EFE – Many Indonesian women married off husbands in China hoped for better lives. Instead they found misery--and pressure to deliver sons.
     
  • The Guardian – Widespread water shortages are increasingly helping fuel unrest and forced displacement in El Salvador.
     
  • Stanford University – Larger ethnic communities help new refugees find work, research shows.
ENTER NEWSROOM
QUOTE OF THE DAY
"The wall became a literal fulcrum for U.S.-Mexico relations, and children and adults were connected in meaningful ways on both sides with the recognition that the actions that take place on one side have a direct consequence on the other side".

Ronald Rael
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