The Slow March of Mass Haitian Deportation: Is Dominican Immigration Policy Being Obamafied?

The Slow March of Mass Haitian Deportation: Is Dominican Immigration Policy Being Obamafied?

Latino Rebels, News Feature, Roberto Lovato, Posted: Jul 02, 2015

The Dominican agency at the center of criticism was created with help from the U.S. Border Patrol and Department of Homeland Security.

World Map of Homophobia Tracks Same-Sex Marriage, Anti-Gay Laws


El País, News Report, Posted: Jun 30, 2015

El País published a "world map of homophobia" that looks at countries where LGBT individuals face prison or the death penalty.

Between the Two Pacific Coasts, Things Are Not Settled


Singtao, News Report, Posted: Jun 24, 2015

While friendly physical gestures and jokes dominated the conference room, solutions to improve their relations have been lackluster.

Cyber Attacks: Nobody Wins, and Madly Destructive


World Journal, News Report, Posted: Jun 23, 2015

one of the major topics to be discussed during the U.S.–China Strategic and Economic Dialogue (S&ED) will be heavily centered around the alleged Chinese attack on about 4 million federal workers’ private information.

Dominican Republic Threatens to Deport Haitian Families


The Root, News Report, Posted: Jun 18, 2015

Reports have surfaced that the Dominican government has now planned a mass deportation of those with Haitian parentage.

Mexican Supreme Court Backs Same-Sex Marriage


Fox News Latino, News Report, Staff, Posted: Jun 17, 2015

The Mexican Supreme Court ruled this week that current state laws prohibiting same-sex marriage are unconstitutional.

Seoul Court Overturns Police Ban on LGBTQ Pride Parade


Koream Journal, News Report, Posted: Jun 17, 2015

A Seoul court on Tuesday overturned a police ban that prohibited the Korea Queer Cultural Festival (KQCF) from staging its annual LGBTQ pride parade.

Liberia Declared Ebola-Free


Washington Informer, News Report, Posted: Jun 15, 2015

For more than a year, the Ebola virus has ravaged the West African countries of Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone. Since December 2013, the disease has infected more than 27,000 people, primarily in these countries, killing more than 11,000.


Philippines To Submit 300-Year-Old Map in Sea Dispute With China


Asian Journal, News Report, Posted: Jun 11, 2015

The Philippines is scheduled to submit a 300-year-old map to the international tribunal to bolster its case against China’s territorial claim of the South China Sea.

Amnesty International calls for urgent action to save Ta Phong Tan


Vietnam Right Now, News Report, Posted: Jun 08, 2015

The Amnesty International (AI) on June 8 issued a statement calling for urgent action in the case of the jailed blogger Ta Phong Tan.

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