Tech & Science on deportations: researchers expect conflict between traffic lights
Yemen’s humanitarian crisis growing as economy collapses: UN
Aid agencies are helping nearly 13 million people across the country, already 3 million more than a few months ago.The grim remarks by Assistant Secretary-General Ramesh Rajasingham came during a briefing to the UN Security Council on Thursday. More than 20 million Yemenis – two-thirds of the population – need humanitarian assistance, but aid agencies, he said, “are, once again, starting to run out of money”.
when it comes to questions of escape migration and naturalization, SPD, GREEN and FDP will find a common denominator in relation to migration researchers. Conflicts are expected during the upcoming coalition discussions of the traffic lights parties to deportation and family reunification, it is said in a short-analysis of the Mercator Forum Migration and Democracy (MIDEM) published on Friday.
The author Steven Schäller states that the FDP calls for "once consecutively performed differences, while the Greens only then advocate deportations if those affected have exhausted all the rule of law. For this purpose, this also includes the opportunity to extend the stay after an exit decision by a toleration ".
Reconcilient tones after many stitches: Söder wants "new way of coexistence" from CDU and CSU
again and again the CSU boss put tips against Armin Lashet and the CDU. Now Söder speaks again of a narrower move. © Photo: DPA / Armin Weigel CSU Chief Markus Söder on 9.10.2021 at the national assembly of the young Union Bayern after the historical Union disaster in the general election, CSU boss Markus Söder now pleads for a new with each other of the two sister parties CDU and CSU .
Expansion of family reunification is discussed in Berlin
Although all three traffic lights are an extension of the possibilities for family reunification for refugees with restricted protection status. However, the FDP has so far made for the condition, "that a proof of securing the livelihood must be provided". So restrictive after the 2007 general election, the FDP is no longer the FDP in terms of family reunification.
, after the federal election in September, would have been negotiating an alliance of CDU, CSU, FDP and Greens, more stumbling blocks would have been out of the way in terms of migration and refugee policies would be in the analysis. For example, because the Union penetrates the classification of other states as so-called secure countries of origin and the "lane change" of rejected asylum seekers into working migration is basically skeptical.
Israel expects 2,000 rockets a day in any war with Hezbollah: army
Israel does not want war with Lebanon's Hezbollah but is prepared to face about 2,000 rockets a day from the armed group if conflict breaks out, a senior Israeli military official told AFP. In May this year, the Israeli army fought an 11-day war against Palestinian armed groups in the Gaza Strip, who fired around 4,400 projectiles towards the Jewish state. Israel says its Iron Dome defence system, which has been in use for around a decade, intercepted around 90 percent of the rockets headed for populated areas, while just under 300 hit inhabited districts.
In the first eight months of this year, according to a response of the Federal Government, a question of the deputies Ulla Jelpke (Linke) 7748 foreigners from Germany were deported. The main cellan countries were given to Georgia (781 deportations), Albania, Serbia and Pakistan. Most deportations were organized by charter flight. In 2570 cases, the affected flew in a line machine. Deportations have been made more difficult since 2020 through the Corona Pandemic.
Jelpke, who no longer belongs to the newly chosen Bundestag said: "The new federal government, I urge to launch a fundamentally different migration policy: away from compulsion, exclusion and deportation, towards an effective right of residence." (DPA)
Climate change aggravating Central Mali crisis: ICRC .
Extreme weather events in central Mali are complicating even further the lives of residents of the conflict-ridden region, the head of the ICRC warned this week. Robert Mardini, the director general of the International Committee of the Red Cross, ended a three-day trip to the Sahel state on Wednesday, which included a visit to a displacement camp in the volatile centre. He told AFP that residents of central Mali are facing a "double challenge"Robert Mardini, the director general of the International Committee of the Red Cross, ended a three-day trip to the Sahel state on Wednesday, which included a visit to a displacement camp in the volatile centre.