Media Watch

'19Jan
28

Migrants are being paid thousands of dollars to return home

KABUL, Afghanistan — A wave of anxiety washed over Mohammad Farooq Niazi as the plane touched down in his homeland."I missed my country," he said, recalling his mindset on the day he returned to Afghanistan after...
'19Jan
28

Big city mayors call for emergency federal funding to deal with housing crunch

The mayors of Canada's largest cities are ramping up pressure on the Trudeau government to deliver a major cash infusion to cope with a housing shortage they say has been driven in part by refugees.The Federation...
'19Jan
28

Monday's papers: Weather warnings, youth concerns, the PM and refugees

The tabloid Iltalehti today reminds readers that even the ancient Finns knew how to complain about the weather. Instead of fancy graphics and complex explanations, they attributed the weather to the work of...
'19Jan
28

Trump: There is Less Than a 50% Chance of a Deal to Fund the Wall

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump says there is less than a 50 percent chance congressional negotiators can put together deal to fund a southern border wall that he will accept.Trump told The Wall Street Journal...
'19Jan
26

Here’s how the shutdown delayed hundreds of immigration hearings in Utah — and led to at least one man’s deportation

He had been told by Homeland Security to buy a plane ticket to Mexico. The man was in the United States illegally, but his immigration attorney, Adam Crayk, said he had planned to file a motion to reopen the case...
'19Jan
26

Here’s how the shutdown delayed hundreds of immigration hearings in Utah — and led to at least one man’s deportation

He had been told by Homeland Security to buy a plane ticket to Mexico. The man was in the United States illegally, but his immigration attorney, Adam Crayk, said he had planned to file a motion to reopen the case...
'19Jan
26

George Pyle: Oh stewardess, Mitt speaks plutocrat

Mitt may get it yet. Thursday, the new U.S. senator from Utah did just what I said he should do. (Like he is so eager to take my advice.) First, he voted for a bill that would have reopened the shuttered parts...
'19Jan
25

Venezuela on the brink, WhatsApping hate, and a Davos bright spot: The Cheat Sheet

IRIN editors give their weekly take on humanitarian news, trends, and developments from around the globe.  The crisis in Venezuela has bubbled away for months, demanding media attention only when protests flare or ...
'19Jan
25

Asylum-Seekers To Wait In Mexico Starting Friday

ASSOCIATED PRESS A girl holds walks among tents inside an empty warehouse used as a shelter set up for migrants in downtown Tijuana, Mexico. SAN DIEGO (AP) — The Trump administration on Friday will start...
'19Jan
25

'Well Done': Stone indictment details his contacts with Trump camp about Wikileaks

WASHINGTON — Well, today, it's Roger Stone's time in the barrel.The headline this morning is that Stone, the former adviser to President Donald Trump, was charged by special counsel Robert Mueller of obstruction,...

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