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Defence of refugee law sets Aquarius on Mediterranean collision course

The NGO rescue ship Aquarius aims to prevent migrants being returned to Libya despite orders from the European Council not to interfere.

Indecent Development

Exceptional levels of remittances from migrant workers may explain an apparently sharp improvement in poverty figures in Nepal. But there is a human price to pay for this model of development.

Asian migrants are not for sale

There’s something uncomfortably de-humanizing about packaging economic migrants, as though they were destined for shipping containers.