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May 9

1950 May 9: Schuman Declaration – Europe Day

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‘Europe or death’ ‘On Your Own’

Immigration groups launch $50 million effort for citizenship
Hong Kong passes immigration bill, raising alarm over ‘exit bans’
Reactions in Burkina Faso after the murder of three Europeans
“We are because they were. Because we are, they will be.” A Community Fights for Its Identity in a Pandemic
Spain recovers 24 bodies from migrant boat off Canaries
Kenya tells U.N. it will shut two camps with 410,000 refugees by June 2022
Spain arrests 3 for urging extremist attacks against France
Greek police pressed to answer migrant pushback claims
Gazan behind Mars drone says visiting home is no small step
Canary Islands face tensions over migrants’ arrival
Victor Glover: 1st African-American NASA astronaut and SpaceX Crew Dragon pilot
Xinjiang Authorities Detain Uyghur Turkish Nationals Who ‘Witnessed Government Crimes’
Uzbekistan repatriates 93 women, children from Syrian camp
Xinjiang Activists In Kazakhstan Dismiss Chinese Film Of Happy Muslims As Propaganda
UN: 125 Europe-bound children intercepted off Libyan coast
African players kick up storm in female European Champions League
Over 800 migrants rescued at sea head to Italy
Black Candidate Challenges Political Status Quo in Spain
U.S. oil executives released from prison to house arrest in Venezuela
Montenegro Moves to Erase Diaspora Voters From Electoral Roll
‘Europe or death’: African migrants make crossing from Tunisia
Security improves in Syria camp, but virus threat grows
Noted Belarusian Lawyer Who Defended Independent Journalists Leaves Country
Australia’s Message to Its Expats: You’re On Your Own
Puerto Rican boxer held without bail after lover found dead
‘We are all the same’ – Barcelona church opens doors to Ramadan dinners
As FIFA World Cup draws closer, migrant labour concerns in Qatar persist
The internet is excluding Asian-Americans who don’t speak English
It’s not surprising Indian-Australians feel singled out. They have long been subjected to racism
Deaths at sea highlight failings in Europe migration policy
Canada taken to court over COVID policy that pushes asylum-seekers to U.S.
COVID-19 cases among Portugal’s migrant fruit-pickers revive rights abuse concerns
Holocaust survivor who testified against Eichmann dies at 91
San Diego boat wreck kills 3, shows risks of ocean smuggling

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May 3

May 3: World Press Freedom Day

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Human trafficking: five months captive at restaurant
Stonewalled by Minsk, US ambassador to Belarus will reside in Vilnius
Outcry and legal action over Vox campaign targeting migrant children
Jewish Aid Group Issues Fundraising Appeal For Struggling Uyghur Refugees in Turkey
Outspoken Critic Of Turkmen Government Says She Is Under Pressure In Turkey
Religious Freedom Commission urges Biden to increase refugee ceiling
‘Comfort women’ lose case against Japan in South Korean court
The Missing Uyghur Children
Hungry Ramadan: Refugees in Turkey See Steep Decline in Holiday Charity
UK apologizes for racism in memorials to WWI dead
In Romania, ‘modern slaves’ burn noxious trash for a living
Still unbowed and undeterred: More migrants perish off Libya’s coast
Harris moves forward with new Central America strategy
Denmark tells some Syrians to leave, separating families
Shared passion for potatoes: Peruvian–Lithuanian couple set up organic farm near Vilnius
Wife of ‘tortured’ Scot Jagtar Singh Johal wins Home Office fight
‘It’s not safe’: Parents of transgender kids plan to flee their states as GOP bills loom
Garlic-flavoured candy? Young chocolatiers leave life in Scotland to start artisan factory in Lithuania
French protesters demand trial for Jewish woman’s killer
Unable To Get To Russia, Thousands Of Uzbeks Look To Kyrgyzstan For Jobs
US Armenians Welcome ‘Little Step’ After Genocide Recognition
Coup Plots, Poison, Hacking, Sabotage: What Is The GRU’s Unit 29155?
Tunisian hometown of suspect who killed French officer ‘shocked’
Syrian refugees face Ramadan penury amid Lebanon’s economic ruin
Australian-Latvian Olympic swimmer John Konrads passes away
Iran sentences British-Iranian aid worker to another year in jail
New all-time high of Catalans living abroad
Free movement is main hurdle in Swiss-EU treaty talks
China’s State Media Play Down Oscar Wins For Beijing-Born Chloe Zhao
French citizens, imams and police pay tribute to slain police worker
Simy Nwankwo Nigeria’s new highest-scoring striker in European soccer
U.S. landmarks bearing racist, colonial references renamed
Cartel gun battle with armored trucks kills 8 in Mexico
UNHCR chief: Kenya is not closing Dadaab, Kakuma refugee camps
Brexit Crushes British Retirement Dreams in Spain
Dozens of migrants reach Spanish enclave from Morocco
More than 500 advocates call on Biden to renew TPS for Haiti
Somalis flee Mogadishu over fear of new armed clashes
Two Spanish reporters, Irish activist killed in Burkina Faso
Italian police arrest 30 Nigerian suspected gang members
White House reconsidering lifting refugee cap to 62,500 after reversal
DHS announces new anti-human smuggling operation

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April 22

April 22: Earth Day

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Repackaging, Shipping & Moving On

150,000 tulips planted in rural northern Catalonia
Nigerians flee to Niger after third devastating attack in northeast
Belarusian-born US lawyer detained in Moscow, taken to KGB prison
Covid-19 worsens plight of undocumented in Catalonia
Czech player gets 10-game ban for racially abusing Finnish international
Exploitation of migrant workers widespread in Lithuania’s multi-billion transport sector
Ireland dismantles Lithuanian heroin and sex trafficking gang
Myroslav Irchan. He returned to Ukraine from Canada, only to be executed by the NKVD
Tsikhanouskaya, Kalesnikava, Tsapkala become this year’s Lev Kopelev Prize awardees
‘Not afraid to shoot’: Migration raises tension in Texas border town
A Rohingya Girl Stuck Between Three Countries
Kuier celebrates with cake after historic WNBA pick
Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya to lead Belarusian delegation to Euronest Parliamentary Assembly
China Airs TV ‘Confession’ of Belizean Accused of Funding Hong Kong Protests
Xinjiang Authorities Uphold Jail Term For Uyghur Turkish National in Secret Prison Retrial
Man seeks pals he once persuaded to ship him around the world in a crate
Afro-latinos talk diversity and justice at Latin American Music Awards
Long After the World Moved on, Bangladesh Is Still Sheltering Rohingya Refugees
America Is Short of Home Builders as Well as Homes
Colombia Gives Nearly a Million Venezuelans Legal Status
Refugees win rare victory in landmark Serbia pushback ruling
Delights of Ramadan disappear for Syrian refugees in Lebanon
Mexico detaining twice as many Central American migrants as last year
Green transformation will rival industrial revolution
Salvini to face trial for not allowing migrants to disembark Open Arms ship
White House defends ‘aspirational’ goal of 62,500 refugees
South Korea to launch mentorship programs for North Korean defectors
UN experts slam UK report for repackaging ‘racist tropes’
Duhok IDP camps are at fire’s mercy
Biden to offer 22K additional guest worker visas, 6K targeted toward Northern Triangle
U.S. to set aside 6,000 guest worker visas for Central Americans
‘Sikhs For Justice’ launches ‘Khalistan Food For All’ charity campaign, donates $10K to UN
UK to grant asylum to ‘persecuted’ IPOB, MASSOB members

Indigenous Peoples and the Economy of Life, 22 April 2021 Online

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Briefer Than 17 Years

Seasonal workers arrive in Finland, take Covid precautions
Korean man died uncompensated after serving in Japan’s wartime military
Descendants of Sudan Jews hope to mend ties with Israel
For stateless and scattered Tibetans, a new online tool helps voters make an informed choice
Kidnappings Plague Chinese Worksites in Nigeria
HHS spending $60 million per week to house unaccompanied minors at border
Violence Against Jews Rose Last Year in US, Germany
Struggling Bosnia sees infection surge in migrants, refugees
Remains of a dozen expats killed in Mozambique hotel attack found
Born in Greece, Prince Philip faced exile from infancy
Senegal, Spain leaders seek to encourage legal migration
‘Our homeland is where the money is’: pragmatic citizenship in Tajikistan
U.K. Coroner Rules Exiled Russian Critic Of Putin Was Strangled
Saga of the Abandoned Nicaraguan Boy Continues
Former asylum seeker on why she decided to run for Greens in Holyrood elections
At least four migrants found dead on boat off Canary Islands
French government disgusted by attack on Muslim centre
7 Catholic Clergy, Including French Citizens, Abducted in Haiti, Church Says
Tibetans in 26 countries cast votes for Dharamshala-based parliament-in-exile
White House announces border agreements with Mexico, Honduras, Guatemala
Mexico doubles migrant detentions with troop surge, White House says
Over 116,000 displaced in Somalia due to extreme water shortage
International aid group offices set ablaze in northeast Nigeria
A ‘Brief Trip’ That Lasted 17 Years: Kazakh Reunites With Family After Finally Being Freed In Xinjiang
Migration activist says Spain, Morocco trying to silence her
Four Baloch refugees killed in Spin Boldak terrorist attack
Chechen Deported From France Faces Possible Torture And Death In Homeland
Death toll up to 42 after migrant boat capsizes off Djibouti
Political analyst Fyaduta who went missing in Moscow ‘found’ in Belarusian KGB
Hong Kong’s Activists in Exile
‘Better dead than red.’ Lithuanian-American fighter gears up for match with Chinese rival