Inès dreamt of a better life in France. Instead, she was held captive inside a family home and made to work 24 hours a day.
The governor of Texas is thinking about attempting to invoke wartime powers and allowing state police to round up immigrants and send them to Mexico—powers normally reserved for the federal government.
Whistleblowers warn that children who arrive alone at the US-Mexico border are being housed in grim conditions at a Texas military base.
A shortage of beds at French homeless shelters forced over 150 refugees to live under a bridge.
Sharbat Gula’s story continues to be symbolic of the challenges Afghans face.
The Polish government say they are treating the latest surge of mass crossings as a “provocation.”
“Donald was appointed to protect the rest of the team and bring them back safely. But in the end, he was the one who vanished.”
A new bill in Congress is trying to protect U.S. Border Patrol agents from a problem that doesn’t exist: overdoses caused by fentanyl exposure.
For many Black Americans, images of Border Patrol agents on horseback chasing down Haitian migrants reopened old but familiar wounds.
The appellate court decision leaves the Biden administration with few options.
French photographer Hervé Lequeux chronicled the daily lives of young migrants seeking a home in mainland Europe.
Although hijacked by the far-right, the phrase actually describes the legal status of thousands of people.