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'Excuse me, you're too fat for our country': Airports have way too many weighty issues

Feb 07, 2016

'Excuse me, you're too fat for our country': Airports have way too many weighty issues

Airports drive you crazy. They are the world in a microcosm. Racism is rampant. Harassment, the VIP syndrome, rip-offs, the paper chase, dry mouths, hopes delayed, it’s all there. #HowThisWorks #travel #Immigration #Public health #Airports #Shareworthy #Zika #weight check
Canadian anti-Islamic State fighter detained while trying to enter Australia

Feb 03, 2016

Canadian anti-Islamic State fighter detained while trying to enter Australia

A Canadian national who allegedly fought against the Islamic State (IS) terror group alongside Kurdish forces has reportedly been detained while trying to enter Australia on Wednesday and will be deported, the media reported. #Australia #NewsTracker #Immigration #Canada #Australian police #Anti Islamic State
Cologne's police chief will leave amid criticism of force's handling of New Year's Eve assaults

Jan 08, 2016

Cologne's police chief will leave amid criticism of force's handling of New Year's Eve assaults

German police have identified 18 asylum-seekers among 31 suspects in connection with robberies and assaults committed in Cologne at New Year, officials said Friday. #NewsTracker #Germany #Immigration #Police #molestation #refugees #New Year's Eve.
US begins arrest and deportation of illegal migrants

Jan 05, 2016

US begins arrest and deportation of illegal migrants

The US has launched nationwide enforcement operations to arrest and deport illegal immigrants who entered the country with children and have lost asylum cases. Most of those arrests are of those entering the US from its southern border. #US #NewsTracker #Immigration #United States of America #Jeh Johnson #Ali Noorani #National Immigration Forum
After social media campaign, dying Pakistani man's family finally get Australia visas

Dec 23, 2015

After social media campaign, dying Pakistani man's family finally get Australia visas

The Australian government on Wednesday caved in and granted visas to the mother and brother of a dying Pakistani man after being accused of "a callous decision" condemning him to a lonely death. #Pakistan #Australia #NewsTracker #Visa #Immigration #Shareworthy #Hassan Asif
Of tolerance and acceptance: Berlinale to spotlight migration, offer 1,000 free tickets to refugees

Dec 23, 2015

Of tolerance and acceptance: Berlinale to spotlight migration, offer 1,000 free tickets to refugees

Berlinale Director Dieter Kosslick said the 66th edition in February would try to set an example of tolerance and integration in Germany, a society that has been rocked by the arrival of around one million newcomers this year. #Germany #Cold War #immigrants #World War II #Berlin #refugees #Hail #Berlin Film Festival #Caesar #Berlinale #Coen #Dieter Kosslick #Berlinale Street Food Market
Obama defends immigration as America's 'oldest tradition'

Dec 16, 2015

Obama defends immigration as America's 'oldest tradition'

President Barack Obama launched a full-throated defense of open immigration policies Tuesday, hailing it as America's "oldest tradition" amid a fierce election-fueled row over tighter rules. #Obama #NewsTracker #Immigration
Donald Trump's latest proposal: 'Complete shutdown on Muslims entering the US'

Dec 08, 2015

Donald Trump's latest proposal: 'Complete shutdown on Muslims entering the US'

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump called Monday for a "total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States." #Donald Trump #NewsTracker #FBI #anti-Muslim #anti-immigration #US #San Bernardino