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migrant

[′mī·grənt]
(zoology)
An animal that moves from one habitat to another.
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The Spanish enclaves of Ceuta and Melilla on Morocco's northern coast are a magnet for illegal African migrants trying to reach Europe in search of a better life.
Migrant workers cannot work in 'skilled labor.' For us, it's really difficult to work here.'
About 145 migrants were rescued by the Libyan coastguard, and survivors had reported that about 150 people remained missing, she said.
In Senegal, the project is implemented by IOM in partnership with the Directorate General of Support to Senegalese Abroad (DGASE), and in collaboration with the project Migrant Protection and Reintegration in Senegal (Protection et rintgration des migrants au Sngal), implemented by the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID).
The project is a partnership of local authorities such as Coventry, Wolverhampton and Birmingham, Coventry University and other migrant, refugee and other grass-roots organisations.
Chapters 4 and 5 demonstrate migrants' journeys, from setting up the migrant network in Bangladesh to travelling and settling down in Singapore.
According to the NIA, all of the foreign migrant workers repatriated were Indonesian nationals, including 30 women and 10 men.
Migrants rescued from the sea off Libya disembark after being transferred to Maltese army boats at sea and brought to Valletta harbor, Malta in this April 13, 2019 photo.
Director of the Foreigners Affairs Service Slobodan Ujic informed Major General Dorfer about the situation with substantial increase of migrants that enter the territory of BiH.
She explained: "Migrant Voice is a London-based organisation, so to have a vice chair from outside London is quite unique.
It means one migrant died or went missing for every 61 arrivals.
High income countries such as France recorded the highest number of migrant workers of 111.2 million, upper middle income have 30.5 million and 5.6 million for low income nations such as Chad, Burundi and Afghanistan.