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September 09

  • Africa: Rights Group Slams Israel Over African Migrants' Treatment

    Deutsche Welle

    A human rights watchdog has slammed Israel for its treatment of migrants from East Africa. They say the country unlawfully forces thousands to leave at grave personal risk. Read more »

  • Kenya: Kenyan Quarantined in Russia Over Ebola

    The Star

    A healthy Kenyan student was quarantined at a Russian hospital for 11 days on suspicion she was infected with the Ebola virus. After 11 days in isolation, she was cleared and is... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Govt Warns Embassies Over Fraudulent Visa Agents

    Premium Times

    The Nigerian government has warned embassies and high commissions in Nigeria to stop using travel agents to defraud Nigerians applying for visas. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Minster Warns Embassies to Stop Using "Visa Agents" to Defraud Nigerians

    Daily Independent

    The Minister of State 1 for Foreign Affairs, Prof. Viola Onwuliri, has warned embassies and high commissions in Nigeria to stop using travel agents to defraud Nigerians applying... Read more »

  • Egypt: PM Attends Conference on Illegal Emigration

    Egypt Online

    Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab attended on Monday 8/9/2014 the final session of a two-day conference held by the Youths Ministry on illegal emigration. Read more »



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September 05

  • Algeria: Nation Faces Border Infiltration Menace

    Magharebia

    New concern over the border area between Libya, Tunisia and Algeria is leading security officials from the three countries to work together to stem the threat. Read more »

  • Liberia: 'U.S. Visa Issuance Not Cut-Off'

    NEWS

    United States Ambassador to Liberia Deborah Malac has dispelled rumors about the cancellation of the issuance of American visa. Read more »

  • Egypt: Foreign Ministry Urges Truck Drivers Not to Enter Libya's Tobruk

    Egypt Online

    Assistant Foreign Minister for Consular Affairs and Expats Ali el-Ashry has called on Egyptian truck drivers who pass into the Libyan territory across Salloum crossing not to enter... Read more »

  • Gambia: Buba Sagnia Testifies in Ex-Immigration Officer's Trial

    Daily Observer

    The former Director General of the Immigration Department - Buba Sagnia, on Thursday testified as the fourth prosecution witness (pw4) in the ongoing criminal trial of Fatoumatta... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Kagera Residents Hail Endorsement of Border Boundaries

    Daily News

    ENDORSEMENT of the border between Tanzania and Burundi has been received with renewed hope that security will reign in Kagera Region. Read more »



September 04

  • South Africa: Dalai Lama Cancels S. Africa Visit - Again

    VOA

    The Dalai Lama has again been refused entry into South Africa where he was going to attend a world summit of Nobel Peace Laureates in Cape Town, his South African representative... Read more »

  • Gambia: Envoy Says African Migration Due to Harsh Int'l Economic Policies

    Daily Observer

    The Libyan envoy to The Gambia has asserted unequivocally that the African migration to the north is due to harsh international economic relations and policies that are imposed... Read more »

  • Southern Africa: Southern Africa's Migration Burden

    The Herald

    Labour migration, a historical phenomenon across the Southern African region, has always come with unique dynamics, challenges and opportunities across social, economic and... Read more »

  • South Africa: SA Confirms Dalai Lama Visa Application

    SAnews.gov.za

    The South African High Commission in New Delhi, in India, has confirmed that it has received a visa application from the office of the Dalai Lama. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Human Trafficking - Immigration Intercepts Nine Victims

    Leadership

    Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS), Jigawa State Command, yesterday intercepted nine people suspected to be victims of trafficking at Sharuwa Yarkirya village of Babura Local... Read more »



September 03

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