What causes people to make the long and often difficult journey to Europe? Unemployment, inequality and high expectations from family and friends are just some of the reasons.
According to a new OECD report, the COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately affected migrants. Migration itself has decreased significantly, with adverse effects on both countries of origin and destination.
The caravan of migrants hope to reach the United States. US officials warned, however, that the trip there would be "more difficult than ever."
A returnee Ivorian migrant is warning others of the dangers of illegal migration. Meanwhile, young Africans who made it to Europe share their mismatched expectations.
The international rights group has condemned Malta for "unlawful" treatment of migrants in the Mediterranean. The UN has also called on Malta to allow 27 refugees currently on a cargo ship to disembark.
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