Daily Archives: May 15, 2023

2023-05-15: News Headlines

Staff (2023-05-15). Headlines for May 15, 2023. democracynow.org Turkish Elections Head to Runoff as Pres. Erdoƒüan Fails to Capture 50% of Vote Against Kilicdaroglu, Thai Voters Back Reform Parties in Sharp Rebuke to Monarchy and Military Gov't, Ukraine Makes Gains in Bakhmut as European Leaders Up Military Support for Zelensky, Israel and Gaza Fighters Agree to Truce After 5 Days of Fighting Kills 33 Palestinians, Powerful Cyclone Kills at Least 6 People in Burma, Destroys Rohingya Refugee Shelters, Death Toll from Kenyan Starvation Cult Tops 200, Including Many Children, Guatemalan Newspaper El Periódico Shutters After Persecution by Giammattei Gov't,…

teleSUR, rzr (2023-05-15). Tres personas asesinadas en tiroteo al oeste de Guatemala. telesurtv.net De acuerdo al Instituto Nacional de Ciencias Forenses de Guatemala en los cuatro meses de 2023 se han registrado ya un total de 1.454 homicidios.

Eleanor J. Bader (2023-05-14). Exploitative Child Labor Is Hurting Kids' Ability to Stay in School. truthout.org When Guatemalan immigrant Jose Velasquez was 13, he began spending his summers working alongside his mother in North Carolina's tobacco fields. "I worked 10 to 12 hours a day, five days a week in the Goldsboro area," he told Truthout. "I had to get up at 4: 30 am. A rusty van would come by, cram 20 or so people in, and take us to wherever we were needed. We were never told the destination in… |

Staff (2023-05-15). Con la administración de Joe Biden siguieron aumentando las deportaciones de niños a México. cubadebate.cu Con Joe Biden la expulsión de niños desde Estados Unidos a México siguió al alza igual que con su antecesor Donald Trump, revela hoy la Secretaría de Gobernación mexicana. En 2022, autoridades migratorias estadounidenses repatriaron a México a 24 956 niños y adolescentes, de los cuales 272 viajaban solos.

People's Dispatch. (2023-05-15). US Further Militarizes The Border As COVID-Era Restrictions Expire. popularresistance.org On May 11, Title 42, a Trump-era immigration policy, expired—precipitating a surge in migrants crossing the US—Mexico border. Title 42 used the COVID-19 public health emergency as an excuse to swiftly expel migrants to Mexico. The expiration of the policy has fueled a surge in migration across the Southern border as migrants reportedly are trying to get into the US either before Title 42 restrictions expire to avoid Biden's new immigration measures, or after, fueled by a rumor that the end of Title 42 will make immigration easier. | Although Biden campaigned on being more "humane" towards migrants, th…

teleSUR, SH (2023-05-15). Sube a 27 los muertos por accidente vial en Tamaulipas, México. telesurtv.net La Secretaría de Seguridad Pública de Tamaulipas y autoridades de Protección Civil confirmaron la cifra de fallecidos en el accidente de tránsito.

Alina Ramos Martin (2023-05-15). Mexico receives 9.68 million candidates to migrate in three months. plenglish.com Mexico, May 15 (Prensa Latina) Mexico has received 11.3 million applications in the first three months of this year, including 9,418,684 foreigners with the intention of migrating mainly to the United States.

Jim Spellman (2023-05-15). What's next for migrants on U.S.-Mexico border? america.cgtn.com Three days after the end of a pandemic-era immigration policy that allowed the U.S. to deny entry to asylum seekers, the situation at the U.S. border with Mexico is calmer than expected. But deep challenges to U.S. immigration policy remain. CGTN's Jim Spellman reports. …

WSWS (2023-05-14). "Young people should have the right to a good life": Asylum seekers in open air camps along US/Mexico border speak out. wsws.org Thousands of asylum seekers, including children, are being held in open-air prison camps at the US border with Mexico.

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