Road accident in San Luis Potosi state leaves six migrants dead and 19 others injured, all from Honduras, El Salvador and Cuba, officials say.
Boat carrying around 100 migrants and refugees capsizes off the port of Sfax, with the coastguard and navy units able to pull 24 people out of the water, Tunisian officials say.
A federal judge has issued a temporary injunction of Trump-era policy, to prevent the expiration of the measure known colloquially as Title 42, which restricts asylum claims.
Shipwreck off the coast of an uninhabited island leaves at least 11 people dead with 31 others rescued, US Coast Guard says.
Migrants who survived say the boat was carrying 41 people when it set off for the Canaries in a particularly dangerous route due to strong currents.
A study found that migrants are 80 percent more likely to found new businesses in the US than native-born Americans.
President Lopez Obrador warns against taking "risky" journeys to the US ahead of his tour of Central America that includes stops in three of the main countries where migrant caravans originate.
Migrants and asylum seekers were seen being brought into the port of Dover in southeast England aboard lifeboats and Border Force vessels after being picked up in the Channel.
More than 26 irregular migrants are still missing after a dinghy capsizes off Spain's Canary Islands as search-and-rescue mission continues.
Funerals were held across northern Lebanon for six people killed when a boat packed with migrants and asylum seekers sank over the weekend as the Lebanese navy tried to force it back to shore.
Tunisian authorities detain 155 migrants and refugees of different African nationalities after thwarting five illegal crossings off the coast of Sfax, state news agency reports.
Greek border guards found a woman floating in the water who appeared to have been shot in the back. An investigation has been opened into the incident.
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