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INTERPOL assessment outlines short and long term affects around the world

COVID-19, and measures being taken by countries to control its spread, are impacting crime around the world, including migrant smuggling and human trafficking.While some of the preventive measures have effectively hindered certain criminal opportunities in the short-term, smugglers and traffickers, as well as their victims, have sought and found ways…

INTERPOL assessment outlines short and long term affects around the world INTERPOL assessment outlines short and long term affects around the world

Kushayb to appear before ICC on Monday

The International Criminal Court (ICC) has announced that the suspect, Ali Kushayb will appear before court pre-Trial procedural session on June.15.Kushayb surrendered to the ICC voluntary in the Central African Republic and transferred to the Hague June.9.The first warrant of arrest delivered on 27 April 2007 against Ali Kushayb lists…

Kushayb to appear before ICC on Monday Kushayb to appear before ICC on Monday

Governor of Gedarif Inspects Impacts of Ethiopian Aggression on Birka Norein Area

The caretaker Wali (governor) of Gedarif State, Maj. Gen. Nasr-Eddin Abdul-Gayoum, has inspected the impacts resulting the attacks of the Ethiopian militias, backed by the Ethiopian army, which took place on Thursday at the border Birka Norein area.The Wali (governor), inspected upon his visit to the Baraka Norein area and…

thumbnail INTERPOL assessment outlines short and long term affects around the world

COVID-19, and measures being taken by countries to control its spread, are impacting crime around the world, including migrant smuggling and human trafficking.While some of the preventive measures have effectively hindered certain criminal opportunities in the short-term, smugglers and traffickers, as well as their victims, have sought and found ways…

thumbnail Kushayb to appear before ICC on Monday

The International Criminal Court (ICC) has announced that the suspect, Ali Kushayb will appear before court pre-Trial procedural session on June.15.Kushayb surrendered to the ICC voluntary in the Central African Republic and transferred to the Hague June.9.The first warrant of arrest delivered on 27 April 2007 against Ali Kushayb lists…

Governor of Gedarif Inspects Impacts of Ethiopian Aggression on Birka Norein Area

The caretaker Wali (governor) of Gedarif State, Maj. Gen. Nasr-Eddin Abdul-Gayoum, has inspected the impacts resulting the attacks of the Ethiopian militias, backed by the Ethiopian army, which took place on Thursday at the border Birka Norein area.The Wali (governor), inspected upon his visit to the Baraka Norein area and…

African migration what the numbers really tell us

Africa is often depicted in the media as a continent of mass exodus. Images of desperate Africans on overcrowded boats bound for Europe, or those of stranded migrants in transit countries such as Libya, are plastered across our television and computer screens. The often sensational and one-dimensional reporting on African international migrants has played a role in invoking fears of the so-called ‘flood’ of migrants to Europe’s shores.

These images, quite rightly, have drawn our collective attention to serious human rights abuses, as well as highlighting the dangerous situations that migrants can face when undertaking irregular migration. However, these images are increasingly at risk of being viewed as the norm. A more balanced examination of African migration is a pressing priority. The latest statistical estimates of international migrants produced by the UN can help.One of the most striking aspects about international migrants in Africa is that most move within the region. Contrary to much media coverage, the majority of Africans do not leave the continent. They largely move to neighbouring countries.Between 2015 and 2017, for example, the number of African international migrants living within the region jumped from 16 million to around 19 million. Within the same period, there was only a moderate increase in the number of Africans moving outside the continent, from around 16 million to 17 million.

 


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