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Nika Knight, staff writer
Calm seas in recent days have brought a new wave of refugees attempting the treacherous sea crossing from Libya to Italy, forcing the rescue of 6,500 people in 40 separate operations on Monday alone, according to Italy's coast guard. On Sunday, 1,100 migrants were rescued from sinking boats, the Italian coast guard said. "The refugees, believed to...
Nika Knight, staff writer
Progressives worldwide are celebrating a whopping $14 billion tax bill slapped...
Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
New reporting this week further exposes how Investor State Dispute Settlement,...

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Monday told us all we need to know of the ongoing refugee crisis: The U.S. boasted it had welcomed 10,000 Syrian refugees this year as promised - out of over four million - even as international crews coordinated one of the largest one-day rescues, plucking 6,500 desperate people from stormy waters off the Libyan coast. Meanwhile, refugees in earthquake-struck Italy in turn stepped up to help; argued one, "I'm still alive (because) people here welcomed me."