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CÚCUTA, Colombia—Hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans are fleeing their country’s misery and pouring across borders into nearby countries, particularly Colombia, creating a sharpening challenge for the region.As the collapse of Venezuela’s economy deepens, the number of those fleeing is accelerating.

Millions of Chinese cram onto trains to make the annual pilgrimage home for the Lunar New Year holiday.It’s a crowded and often uncomfortable experience that is rapidly being transformed by the country’s push into the world of high-speed rail.

CEO Meg Whitman has done a tremendous job in transforming Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co (NYSE:HPE).During her tenure, which lasted about six years, HPE stock returned about 89%.

More than a year before Britain is scheduled to depart from the European Union, signs are emerging that the largest and most sustained influx of migrants in the country’s modern history is coming to end.For many backers of Brexit, this is welcome proof that the decision to leave the bloc was right.

There was a significant drop in the number of family visas approved in 2017.The 100-year capitalist experiment that keeps Appalachia poor, sick, and stuck on coalTrump has continued to rally against so-called “chain migration,” which has become synonymous with family reunification.

US President Donald Trump speaks alongside US Vice President Mike Pence (L) and Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis (C) prior to signing H./ AFP PHOTO / SAUL LOEB (Photo credit should read SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)President Donald Trump said he’ll end U.

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telecom regulator, The Federal Communications Commission (FCC), to retire copper networks in eight northeast markets.(T) : Free Stock Analysis Report Verizon Communications Inc.

On Wednesday, Trump and top Democrats discussed a tentative agreement about how to handle the young immigrants temporarily protected from deportation under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.Chain migration is a term almost exclusively used by immigration hardliners when referring to the family-reunification-based component of the US immigration system, through which US citizens or lawful permanent residents may sponsor close family members to join them in the US.

How much you enjoy this Oscar-nominated documentary seems inversely proportional to how much you know about ornithology.As a total novice, I was suitably stunned by the inexplicably close camerawork which allows us to fly with an assortment of birds as they make their amazing way across the globe, dodging (or not) bullets, fishing nets, mud slicks, killer crabs and baby-eating albatrosses en route.

It rather put David and Ruth Archer's worries into perspective.You wouldn't want her to, given that her show starts at 6am.

Jacob Lawrence set out to tell the story of the great migration, the movement of black American families from the rural south to the urban north.New York artist Lawrence, so young, made the bold decision to tell this story in paintings united by their laconic style as much as their theme.

Emily Watson, the Oscar-nominated British actor, plays Margaret Humphreys, who singlehandedly shamed authorities and children's charities by exposing the British government's secret programme of child migration.The script is by Rona Munro, the prizewinning Scottish writer, who also wrote Ken Loach's Ladybird, Ladybird, another film about a mother losing her children.

It is nothing if not ambitious; as arts organisations reel from savage cuts, it does not seem the most encouraging time to propose the establishment of a new museum, much less one devoted to the contentious subject of migration.But to those backing the bid, a Museum of Migration would finally give an opportunity to tell the story of the critical role that migrant communities have played in creating modern Britain.