‘This Takes Away All Hope’: Rule Bars Most Applicants for Asylum in U.S.

New York Times

The new rule will likely place many more migrants in danger as they debate whether to remain in Mexico as asylum seekers, try their luck in an increasingly hostile United States or return home.

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No Longer Taboo, Tattoos Are Reclaimed by Hondurans to Express Love Not Hate

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In Honduras, tattoos have a malevolent history, long symbolic of violent gangs. But recently, they’ve been embraced by everyday citizens as a way to show love for parents and pets.

Romania Pushes to Be Treated as a Fully Fledged E.U. Member

New York Times

More than 12 years after joining the bloc, the country’s leaders say it has made progress against corruption and deserves expanded rights for travel and trade.

Trump says he’s looking for a ‘complete deal’ with China

Global News

For more than a year, the world’s two largest economies have been locked in a high-stakes duel marked by Trump’s escalating penalties on Chinese goods and Beijing’s retaliatory tariffs.

U.S., El Salvador sign asylum deal, but details vague on who is affected and how

Global News

It’s the latest effort by President Donald Trump’s administration to force asylum-seekers in Central America to seek refuge outside the United States.

Anti-Immigrant Venom Killed Their South African Dreams

New York Times

Hundreds of Nigerians fleeing mob attacks have been airlifted out of South Africa, leaving behind their jobs and stores, homes and hopes.