U.S. Rejects U.N. Migration Deal Backed by 164 Countries

Dec 11, 2018

In Morocco, 164 countries have agreed to a nonbinding U.N.-sponsored deal that seeks to better respond to migration at the global level, particularly for refugees and other vulnerable populations. The United States, along with a handful of other countries, rejected the deal. According to U.N. numbers, there have been over 3,300 deaths or disappearances during international migrations so far this year.

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