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immigration

the movement of organisms into a specific area. Compare EMIGRATION.
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L'Espagne est le pays europeen dont la legislation est la plus tolerante a l'egard des migrants, contrairement a l'Italie ou ont debarque lundi, apres avoir force l'interdiction de franchir le port sicilien de Pozzello, au moins 100 migrants libyens ayant fui leur pays a cause de la guerre, de source humanitaire...
The Spanish enclaves of Ceuta and Melilla on Morocco's northern coast are a magnet for illegal African migrants trying to reach Europe in search of a better life.
The US Coast Guard said the migrants - 120 males, 22 females and four minors - were aboard a 40-foot sail freighter on Sunday.
Thai police are increasing checks on migrant workers in Chiang Mai, looking for those who are undocumented or are doing jobs barred to them by Thai law, members of the Shan community said.
About 145 migrants were rescued by the Libyan coastguard, and survivors had reported that about 150 people remained missing, she said.
The workshop aims to help those in attendance learn the skills to speak up in the media, share their experiences and tell stories that recognise the diversity and contribution that refugees and migrants bring to the West Midlands.
Chapters 4 and 5 demonstrate migrants' journeys, from setting up the migrant network in Bangladesh to travelling and settling down in Singapore.
They are 64 Bangladeshi migrants, said President of the Observatory for Human Rights Mustapha Abdelkebir, who had throughout Saturday negotiations with the ambassador of their country in Tunis with residence in Tripoli who managed to convince them of this proposal that they had previously refused and which had been accepted by other migrants including nine Egyptians, a Moroccan and a Sudanese.
CAIRO: Libya's coast guard says it has rescued nearly 150 Europe-bound migrants, including women and children, off the country's Mediterranean coast.
The criminal group had charged nearly 350 migrants between 14,000 euro (USD 15,600) and 20,000 euro (USD 22,000) each to be smuggled into Spain, Europol said in a press release at the Hague on Friday.
EUFOR Commander, Major General Martin Dorfer visited today the headquarters of the Foreigners Affairs Service and met with Director Slobodan Ujic, and Deputy Director Mirsad Buzar, with whom he discussed the ongoing situation in the area migration with a special emphasis on the problem of increased influx of migrants in BiH.

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