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Ireland is becoming more reliant on foreign-trained medical staff

Africa and Pakistan contribute the highest number of non-Irish doctors here.

Ireland’s increasing need for doctors is mainly being met by employing foreign-trained doctors, according to a new report from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI). 263 more words

Sweden: Migrants Viciously Beat Disabled Man While Calling Him Racist

“I am a Muslim, f**k Swedes!”

By Paul Joseph Watson | Infowars.com

Three Arab migrants viciously beat a disabled man in Sweden while lecturing him that he was a racist in another sterling example of how the Scandinavian country is enjoying its cultural enrichment. 432 more words


EU Council: Brexit and migrant challenges ahead

Brussels. 22.06.2017. Today the EU leaders exchange on a range of the most pressing issues, including security and defence, economy, and migration.

The heads of state or government will discuss counter-terrorism and approach to eradication on online recruiting, and radicalization. 346 more words


EU or no EU – Immigration isn’t going anywhere.

For some, it’s the most important issue in recent times. For others, it’s an exchausted topic that is fuelled by mixture of nationalism and xenophobia. The question of how open our doors should be to migrants isn’t going anywhere soon. 993 more words


Rohingya seek new escape routes from Bangladesh

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

DHAKA • In squalid camps in Bangladesh, hundreds of thousands of Rohingya who have fled violence and persecution in neighbouring Myanmar dream of a better life abroad – and rely on increasingly high-tech trafficking networks to get them there. 535 more words

Current Affairs

Mogherini "so ashamed of EU"

Anna van Densky, OPINION

The EU top diplomat Federica Mogherini refrain of being “so ashamed of the EU” came as startling amid the high level conference in the European Parliament on migration management. 367 more words


Animal Farm 2017



It feels quite weird to be on the privileged side. Being able to make money officially and with your brain instead of your muscles, is also a rare privilege, which many of my compatriots never experienced. 335 more words