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After thirty days crossing Mexico, a group of Honduran migrants watch from the Mexican side of the Rio Grande as others take a bath while waiting for a good moment to cross the river into the U.S. in the border city of Nuevo Laredo, Mexico on Thursday, May 25, 2006. …

WATCH: 1300+ Hondurans Begin Organized Trek to U.S. Border

More than 1300 Honduran men, women, and children began a trek that is expected to take them through Central America and Mexico. Some of the migrants plan to seek asylum in Mexico while others plan to head to the U.S. border. The march appears to be organized through social media.

Migrants

Migrants Reaching Spain More than Double in 2018

(AP) — The European Union’s border agency says the number of migrants crossing the western Mediterranean Sea into Spain more than doubled in the first eight months of this year, compared with the same period in 2017.

Italian Coast Guard ship Diciotti

Germany Working on Two-Way Migrant Deal with Italy

ROME (AP) — Germany’s interior minister says he is confident of reaching an agreement with Italy for that country to take back migrants who show up at the German-Austrian border after previously applying for asylum in Italy.

Street hawkers demonstrate on May 5, 2017 in central Rome to protest against the death of Senegalese Nian Maguette, 54, yesterday, while fleeing from police. Street hawkers said Maguette was knocked over by a traffic cop in civvies, a claim the police denied - while there were other reports he …

Nearly One in Three Crimes In Italy Committed By Foreigners

Italian figures show a substantial rise in the number of crimes committed by foreigners, who now account for 31.9 percent of criminal suspects despite only making up eight percent of the general population.

Scottish

Study: Scottish Teens Overwhelmingly Opposed to Open Borders

Only 15 percent of Scottish teenagers want to see more immigration, according to an official study, the results of which will have come as a blow to the nation’s mass migration-backing political establishment.