An already dangerous journey for tens of thousands of refugees has become deadlier thanks to President Trump’s Executive Order on border control and immigration as well as entrenched reckless practices in Mexico.
Civilians from minority ethnic groups suffer appalling violations and abuses, including war crimes, at the hands of Myanmar’s military and ethnic armed groups in the country’s Kachin and northern Shan states.
No end in sight: Purged public sector workers denied a future in Turkey finds that tens of thousands of people including doctors, police officers, teachers, academics and soldiers, branded as ‘terrorists’ and banned from public service, are now struggling to make ends meet.
US President Donald Trump had been in office for exactly a week when he issued an executive order barring the entry of people from seven
Muslim-majority countries and slamming the door on refugees. And when the courts halted his first executive order, his administration pushed out a second order with largely the same provisions, which, in turn, was promptly blocked by litigation.