France allowed the Ocean Viking humanitarian ship to dock in the port of Toulon on Friday, after Italy's new far-right government refused to accept it. More than 200 migrants were aboard the ship.
Migrants from across the hemisphere are increasingly crossing the border in a remote corner of South Texas. The shift has big implications for border towns like Eagle Pass — and the entire country.
Residents across Martha's Vineyard say they were scrambling to care for the nearly 50 immigrants, who arrived without warning at the local airport.
The Monday hearing comes as reports emerge of Prince Charles being critical of the government's plan to deport migrants to Rwanda for processing asylum requests.
One Ukrainian family was allowed to enter the U.S. after being denied entry under border restrictions known as Title 42. The Biden administration faces renewed pressure to end the Trump-era policy.
The embrace of those fleeing the Russian invasion is far different from the cold shoulder refugees from the Middle East and Africa have received. Race, culture and politics are all part of the story.
Polish-based photographer Kasia Strek documented what it was like for migrants and people in Poland as the crisis evolved at the border in November.
After luring asylum-seekers to the EU as a political stunt, Belarus has now sent people back to the dangerous place they were escaping, rights groups and migrants tell NPR.
Thousands of Haitian migrants who had lived in South America for years are crossing into Mexico, overwhelming that country's capacity to process them. Many say their ultimate destination is the U.S.
India's Rabindranath Tagore was the first nonwhite writer to win the Nobel Prize in literature. His 1892 story, "The Kabuliwala," fostered empathy for migrants and refugees. It still resonates today.