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'Migration crisis cannot be solved by taking more refugees'

David Cameron
THE MIGRATION crisis will not be solved by taking in more refugees, Prime Minister David Cameron has said. He insisted that the most important solution is to bring peace and stability to the Middle East and stressed the UK has already taken a number of asylum seekers from Syria. Labour leadership candidate Yvette Cooper has called for the UK to take in 10...

Shrien Dewani to be publicly questioned for first time

SHRIEN Dewani is expected to be publicly questioned for the first time when inquest into the death of his wife Anni resumes next week.   Dewani, 35, was cleared of Anni's murder in South Africa last year but did not have to testif More News »

Theresa May: 'Europe's migration system is broken'

Europe's migration system is broken, Home Secretary Theresa May wrote on Sunday, blaming its borderless system for exacerbating a migrant crisis and demanding tighter European Union rules on free movement. A surge in migrants fleeing war More News »

Court orders inquiry into Gujarat protester's death

A court in Gujarat has ordered an inquiry into the death of a protestor in police custody, in a case that could further exacerbate tensions in the Indian prime minister's home state.   Shwetang Patel, 28, died after he was detaine More News »

Mother and four children believed to be headed to Syria

The police believe a mother of four and her children from London may have travelled to Syria. Zahera Tariq, 33, was last seen at her home address in Walthamstow Tuesday at 8am and is believed to have left the country later that day via London More News »
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