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News Details: News Deeply Refugees Deeply — Refugee news. In-depth coverage of the global refugee crisis. Always noise-free, always trustworthy. Learn more about us. Increasing numbers of Libyans are breaking a long-standing taboo and fleeing across the Mediterranean.

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Congress Is Relying on Sleight of Hand to - News Deeply

News Details: None of this is to suggest that it is wrong to follow breaking news. Indeed, like many others in the Trump era, I am frequently glued to my Twitter feed. But those who care about our oceans should not fall for the sleight-of-hand trick – keep your eyes on Congress.

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Hunger Is Making the World Less Stable - News Deeply

News Details: You see it in the headlines: Yemen, Syria, South Sudan, Nigeria – the world is experiencing a rise in conflict, instability and human suffering. More people are currently displaced from their homes because of violence, conflict and persecution than any other time since the World War II. One of the consequences is that we’ve seen an uptick in the number of hungry people on the planet for

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Finding Strange New Life – and Human Garbage - News Deeply

News Details: In 2012, the Australian government declared that it would create the world’s largest network of marine reserves by more than doubling protected ocean areas to 1.2 million square miles (3.1 million square km). Although the final plans for many of the reserves have not yet been released, the declaration provided a scientific opportunity to explore these offshore areas and the creatures that

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2018: A Year of Reporting Deeply on Refugees and Migration

News Details: In 2018, the world’s displaced population reached 68.5 million, including more than 25 million refugees – numbers that have soared since Refugees Deeply launched nearly three years ago.. This was the year asylum policies tightened across the globe as wealthier nations in the grip of right-wing populism took unprecedented steps to deter refugees and migrants.

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The Top Refugee Issues to Watch in 2018 - News Deeply

News Details: The year ahead will test the world’s appetite for solving some of the thorniest challenges of refugee and migration policy now the sense of immediate crisis in Europe has begun to recede.. The arrival of refugees in Europe in 2015 created a momentum behind global and local reform efforts and experiments, many of which face trials of political feasibility this year.

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A Year of Reporting Deeply on Refugees — Refugees Deeply

News Details: One year ago, Refugees Deeply launched with the aim of providing critical, in-depth coverage of the rising tide of forced displacement around the world. “2016 looks poised to break all records,” founding editor Preethi Nallu wrote at the launch last May. It did: More people were displaced and more died in the Mediterranean Sea last year than ever before.

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Three Years After Ebola: Hope and Struggle - News Deeply

News Details: The Ebola outbreak in West Africa was first reported in March 2014 and went on to become the deadliest ever outbreak of the disease, with around 28,637 reported cases.By the time the World Health Organization declared the region Ebola-free in January 2016, almost two years after the first confirmed case, more than 11,300 people had died of Ebola in six countries – Liberia, Guinea, Sierra

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Sylvia Earle: Stop Fishing on the High Seas - News Deeply

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