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migrant

[′mī·grənt]
(zoology)
An animal that moves from one habitat to another.
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The migrants a Syrian and Iraqi nationals, including women and children a were transported in trucks.
Slovenia has cancelled all rail traffic with Croatia so that migrants are not able to enter the country by train.
The migrants were the other side of a metal fence built by Hungary's right-wing government to keep them out under a crackdown launched on Tuesday.
This means that only 2,000 migrants a day may continue their journey.
com compare air fares - Migreat and Tawipay make it fast and easy for migrants to find the fastest and cheapest way to send money home.
In this research, the primary data was collected from migrants from eighteen districts of Shanghai that live inside the basement.
The conceptual understanding is increased and the capacity of potential migrants, especially women, NGOs and network of civil society working on migrants rights, is been enhanced.
In particular, he cited the 300 immigrants who died when their boat sank off the coast of Lampedusa, Italy, last year while also recalling that "just last month 500 migrants, including 100 children, drowned in the middle of the Mediterranean when smugglers rammed their boat.
Units from the Aegean Sea Regional Coast Guard Command discovered that a group of illegal migrants were traveling via boat near the vicinity of Tekay-ac off Didim, Aydyn province, on Wednesday.
By June 13, the authorities had released 92 migrants and arrested 16 traffickers, according to a public statement issued by the International Organization for Migration.
Most illegal migrants live in open spaces, make-shift shelters or illegal settlements, which lack the basic infrastructure and access to civic amenities.
Libya's civil war placed the vulnerability of migrants in stark relief, with hundreds of thousands caught in the crossfire.