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With Britain set to send its first group of asylum-seekers to Rwanda later today, some refugees already in the country are warning that times may be hard for the new arrivals.
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EU rhetoric concentrates on fighting illegal immigration when only a tiny fraction of new arrivals come to Europe illegally. The vast majority of skilled migrants are doing low-skill jobs despite Europe's growing labour shortage.
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Large numbers of Russia head to Georgia with many hoping to stay there due to increasing tensions back home.
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More than half a million people have fled the Russian invasion of Ukraine. In response, many European countries have opened their borders for refugees.
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To mark International Migrants Day on December 18, Save the Children Europe director Anita Bay Bundegaard reflects on Europe’s need to uphold its core values and make sure all children stranded on the borders with Europe are safe.
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Denmark's ex-immigration minister convicted over asylum seeker policy
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Paris exhibition traces immigrant contribution to France
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