Trump to Sign Immigration Directive Revamping Asylum System

WASHINGTON—President Trump is expected to sign a directive this week that will make official his plans to revamp the U.S. asylum system, part of his broader push to crack down on undocumented migrants entering the U.S. illegally. Mr. Trump is expected to sign the directive as early as Friday morning, before leaving on a trip…

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‘I Have Faith’: Central American Migrants Wait to Apply for U.S. Asylum

TIJUANA, Mexico—Nearly 200 Central American migrants planning to ask for asylum in the United States were turned away by U.S. border officials for a second time Monday, after spending Sunday night at a makeshift migrant encampment here. Members of the caravan of migrants were initially rejected by U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials Sunday afternoon,…

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Canada seeks U.S. help to curb flow of Nigerian asylum seekers

In a closed-door meeting with heads of Jewish organizations in New York on March 27th, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman (MBS) gave harsh criticism of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen), according to an Israeli foreign ministry cable sent by a diplomat from the Israeli consulate in New York, as well three sources —…

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