A Caravan of Migrants Is Heading Toward the U.S. Border

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Thousands of migrants set off from southern Mexico last week in one of the largest caravans seeking to reach the United States in recent years. The mass movement coincided with a recent meeting in Los Angeles, of leaders from the Western Hemisphere, where migration was a key focus.

Though migrant caravans have become a common phenomenon and are usually broken up by the authorities long before they reach the U.S. southern border, the latest march by some 6,000 people walking along Mexican highways has drawn significant international attention.

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A Crumbling Russian ‘Spyville’ Returns to Polish Hands

A Warsaw housing complex built in the 1970s and rented by Russia was reputed to be a nest of spies. The city’s government has seized the site and pledged to hand it over to the Ukrainian community.

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