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Honduras migrants to lose US protected role, face deportation 0

Honduras migrants to lose US protected role, face deportation

The Trump administration has decided to end a programme which allows roughly 57,000 Hondurans to live and work in the US, according to a statement from the US Department of Homeland Security. The temporary protected status (TPS) provides protections for people unable to return to their homes out of safety concerns, usually stemming from national…

A worn ELN kidnap victim is dealing with deportation from the UK 0

A worn ELN kidnap victim is dealing with deportation from the UK

Fredy Celis and his wife Diana Pineros had built themselves successful careers in their home city of Bogota, Colombia. Celis owned a restaurant and an import and export company, while Pineros worked in logistics. Yet these professional successes brought them unwanted attention in July 2015 when Celis began receiving anonymous phone calls demanding protection money.…


ICC prosecutor seeks to beginning Rohingya deportation probe

The chief prosecutor for the International Criminal Court (ICC) has asked it to rule on whether it has jurisdiction over the deportations of Rohingya people from Myanmar to Bangladesh. A ruling affirming jurisdiction could pave the way for Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda to investigate the deportation of many thousands of Rohingya, a possible crime against humanity.…


Sanctuary churches fight Trump’s deportation surge

When Alirio Gamez was served a deportation order earlier this year, he decided to push back rather than submit himself to authorities to be returned to his native El Salvador. On August 8, the 40-year-old, who fled his homeland after receiving a slew of death threats, joined a growing number of undocumented people taking sanctuary…


Somalis confronted ‘inhumane’ abuse on US deportation flight

More than 90 Somali men and women were subjected to « inhumane conditions and egregious abuse » on a failed deportation flight that lasted nearly 48 hours and was eventually forced to return to the United States earlier this month, according to a class-action lawsuit filed this week. Ninety-two Somali nationals were being deported by US Immigration…


Ahmed Shafiq heads to Egypt after UAE ‘deportation’

Former Egyptian Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq is heading to Cairo after leaving the United Arab Emirates (UAE), according the Emirati state news agency. The report by WAM on Saturday came shortly after Shafiq’s lawyer said on Facebook that her client had been arrested at his home in the UAE and would be deported to Egypt. Dina Adly…

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