Pakistani authorities have carried out a campaign of abuses and threats to drive out nearly 600,000 Afghans since July 2016, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today. 966 more words
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The Economist reports on how refugees prize mobile phone connection — even over food. Phones are their primary way to stay connected with family at home as they enter “informational no-man’s land,” not knowing who to trust or where to go. 282 more words
Yesterday, President Trump picked up a dangerous implement called a telephone and called the King of Saudi Arabia. In less than one day the two leaders worked out a deal that we assume will open that existing refugee camp immediately.
“And if there are things that expectant refugees go through and that are hard to believe for women from the West, there is one thing in common: each mom changes the second her baby chooses her belly for a home; she enters a new stage of her life – a more spiritual life, which among all the diapers and crying, is dedicated to New Life.” 6 more words