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Longer wait times in Mexico for would-be US immigrants mean longer exposure to danger – especially for lesbian women in cities with high femicide rates.
Hits on civilian targets like hospitals, schools, and water tanks have become commonplace, as the UN relief chief describes the last three months as ‘carnage’.
Fewer people are being apprehended at the border than a decade ago. But most are now families seeking asylum not male economic migrants, making them much harder to process.
Hiding in mosques or under armed guard, displaced refugees are still grappling with the aftermath of the Easter Sunday bomb blasts as ethnic tensions simmer.
Experts worry mass trauma could be passed on through generations.
Sudan’s pro-democracy movement toppled a 30-year regime, but the cost of living crisis that triggered the protest is only getting worse.
Separatists continue to target the education system, with years of conflict disrupting school for 600,000 children.
Conflict between guerrilla groups vying for control of the drug trade is driving thousands from their homes, adding to the world’s largest population of internally displaced.
Critics say the crackdown on ‘irregular migration’ violates Turkish and international law.
President Emmerson Mnanagagwa promised change, but for Zimbabweans it seems like the same old economic crisis.