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The Mexican Archdiocese slammed recent executive orders and subsequent deportations for sowing 'terror' among migrants and separating families.
Luis Videgaray touted the benefits of Mexico cooperating with the US but said he would never back the 'unfriendly gesture' of a border wall.
Asylum seekers crossing the U.S.-Canada border in recent days could become the human face for a new review of U.S. refugee law.
A Kenyan court blocks government plans to close the Dadaab refugee camp, Japan announces dismal asylum data and a Dutch abortion funds gathers support.
Judges pressed a government attorney for evidence linking citizens of seven countries targeted by a travel to domestic terror incidents. There wasn't any.
The controversial law, passed in a heated session in the Knesset, will face scrutiny in the Israeli court system and has already drawn international rebuke.
Without buy-in from Russia and China, the U.S. is limited to levying new unilateral sanctions against Iran in response to a recent ballistic missile test.
"This is not the way to best protect the U.S. or any other country," Antonio Guterres said of Trump's executive orders on refugees and immigrant visas.