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Over 100000 Migrants Arrived in Europe by Mediterranean Since January: IOM

Over 100000 Migrants Arrived in Europe by Mediterranean Since January: IOM

Approximately 80,000 illegal immigrants have reached Italy from Libya in the first six months of this year, which makes up 85 percent of all illegal immigration to the European Union this year. Between January 1 and July 3 more than 85,000 people landed in Italy, 9,300 in Greece, and almost 6,500 in Spain, often travelling in nothing more than rickety boats , the United Nations said on Tuesday.


Sonam Kapoor dazzles as showstopper for Ralph & Russo at Paris Fashion Week

Sonam Kapoor dazzles as showstopper for Ralph & Russo at Paris Fashion Week

Whether the entrepreneur was seated in the side lines during Ralph & Russo show is not known but he sure is in complete approval of Sonam's look. The Paris Couture Week 2017 kick-started this month. Keeping her makeup to a minimal, Sonam Kapoor walked for the designers and let the gorgeous couture do the talking. To keep the look simple and elegant the heavy and bejewelled headgear was removed.


Enforcement of Thai law against illegal migrant workers delayed for 6 months

Enforcement of Thai law against illegal migrant workers delayed for 6 months

The worst category would be Tier 3, which may subject the country to certain restrictions on USA non-humanitarian and non-trade related foreign assistance. The process of verifying the nationalities of migrant workers must also be sped up and government centres will be set up in five provinces to ensure this happens, he said.


More Americans trust CNN than they do Donald Trump

More Americans trust CNN than they do Donald Trump

Lee Miringoff, Director of The Marist College Institute for Public Opinion. While 77 percent of the people surveyed correctly named Great Britain when asked which country the United States won its independence from, 23 percent - almost a quarter of the population - named the wrong country or weren't sure, a NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll found.


Furious Jean-Claude Juncker lashes out at 'ridiculous' European Parliament

Furious Jean-Claude Juncker lashes out at 'ridiculous' European Parliament

However, the Director General for Communication of the European Parliament said the pair had spoken and the matter was now "closed". But when he took the floor, around 9.15 in the morning, the room was nearly empty. Juncker, as President of the European Commission, has the duty to report to the Parliament. "You may criticize the parliament, yes, but the [European] Commission does not control the parliament, it's the parliament that should be controlling the Commission", he said, to a ...