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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu walks with IDF Chief of Staff Gadi Eizenkott, left, as they visit the construction work on the fence between Israel and Jordan Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016. (Marc Israel Sellem, Jerusalem Post, Pool via AP)

How to Successfully Stop Illegal Immigration: Follow Israel’s Model

EILAT, Israel – Israel is regarding as global leader in the fight against Islamic terrorism. Lesser known is that the Jewish state has over the years contended with a major issue of regional migrants entering the country illegally and that the Jewish state has successfully halted the infiltration of illegal migrants to the point where not a single illegal entered in 2017, according to Israeli government statistics.

The Fruits of Socialism: Venezuela in 20 Photos

As Venezuela enters year eighteen of the Bolivarian Socialist Revolution, the international community is finally paying attention, as Venezuelans struggle to find food, medicine, and an outlet for their frustration that will not trigger rampant state violence.

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Hundreds Deported After Migrant Riot

After a massive riot which saw hundreds of Afghans fight with police and destroy parts of Bulgaria’s largest asylum camp, authorities have chosen to deport 250 migrants who took part.

DHS: Haitian Immigrants Up Over 600 Percent in FY2016

The number of illegal immigrants from Haiti entering the United States increased more than 600 percent during FY2016. The dramatic increase seems to account for a decision last month by Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson to resume removals (deportations) of Haitian immigrants.