• The Latest: PNG removes last men at closed immigration camp

    CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — The Latest on Papua New Guinea’s efforts to remove asylum seekers from a decommissioned camp (all times local):

  • Papua New Guinea officials pressure refugees to leave camp

    CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Papua New Guinea authorities said Friday they had relocated the last asylum seekers who had refused for three weeks to leave a closed immigration camp for fear they would face violence in the alternative accommodations.

    Updated: 7:57 pm

  • Australia loses 9th legislator in citizenship crisis

    CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — An Australian senator who is British by descent on Wednesday became the ninth lawmaker to leave Parliament over a 116-year-old constitutional ban on dual nationals running for office that threatens to bring down the government.

  • Haitians relieved to stay in US for now, upset status to end

    MIAMI (AP) — Yolnick Jeune couldn’t sleep for days, anxious over the fate of a program that has staved off the deportations of both herself and tens of thousands of other Haitians in the U.S.

  • Los Alamos school board faces heat on immigrant policy

    LOS ALAMOS, N.M. (AP) — The Los Alamos Public Schools board is facing heat for over a proposal aimed at protecting immigrant students amid fears of increased federal immigration enforcement.

  • Suu Kyi blames world conflicts partly on illegal immigration

    NAYPYITAW, Myanmar (AP) — Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi said Monday that the world is facing instability and conflict in part because illegal immigration spreads terrorism, as her country faces accusations of violently pushing out hundreds of thousands of unwanted Rohingya Muslims.

  • As sex harassment scandal grows, minorities seldom involved

    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — In the weeks since dozens of women have accused movie mogul Harvey Weinstein of rape or sexual harassment, unleashing an avalanche of similar charges against other prominent men across American life, women and men of color have been largely absent from the national furor.