Climate Change Could Create 143 Million Migrants, World Bank SaysTens of millions of people in some of the world's poorest areas could be displaced by climate change in just a few decades, the World Bank has warned in a report.
A Vietnamese Refugee Who Became A Film Star Hiep Thi Le's life story is a reflection of the times in which she lived.
A Vietnamese Refugee Who Became A Film Star Hiep Thi Le's life story is a reflection of the times in which she lived.
Far Fewer Refugees Finding Safe Haven In U.S. Under Trump AdministrationAs the number of displaced persons around the world grows, fewer and fewer refugees are being allowed to resettle in the United States.
Supreme Court Allows Trump Administration To Keep Refugee Ban In PlaceThe Supreme Court is allowing the Trump administration to maintain its restrictive policy on refugees.
Supreme Court Allows Strict Enforcement Of Trump Refugee BanThe Supreme Court is granting the Trump administration's request to more strictly enforce its ban on refugees, at least until a federal appeals court weighs in.
Californians Jump At Chance To Host Refugees Via AirbnbOver 450 Californians have signed up to host refugee families in their homes via Airbnb.
Blocked Travel Bans Reduce Flow Of Refugees Into U.S. To A TrickleTrump's travel ban executive orders are the main reason why the number of refugees coming into the U.S. has slowed greatly in recent months.
Bay Area Refugees, Advocates Anxious About Trump's New BanRefugees living in the Bay Area, and those who advocate for them, think President Donald Trump's revised travel order is almost as draconian as the first one.
Senate Bill Proposes Detained Immigrants Be Guaranteed Access To AttorneysSen. Kamala Harris introduced a bill guaranteeing access to an attorney for immigrants and refugees detained entering the U.S.
California Lawmakers Introduce Bills To Help RefugeesCalifornia lawmakers want to make the state a more welcoming place for refugees.
Alameda County Approves $750K To Defend Immigrants, RefugeesThe Alameda County Board of Supervisors approved $750,000 in funding for support and defense of immigrant and refugee populations Tuesday.

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