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U Spanish Interior Minister, Jorge Fernandez Diaz, said on Tuesday that around 80,000 immigrants were waiting in Morocco and Mauritania for the chance to "illegally" enter Spain and the European Union. Fernandez said the numbers were shared evenly
An Interior Ministry official says some 500 sub-Saharan migrants armed with sticks and stones have stormed a barbed-wire border fence in a bid to enter Spain's northwest African enclave of Melilla from Morocco, with about 100 of them making it across.
An Arizona House panel on Monday gave initial approval to a plan to spend $30 million to install 350 miles of virtual fence along the state's southern border with Mexico. The plan approved by the House Government and Environment Committee would place
Fighting Back Huge sandbags set up in effort to stop smugglers Photo: Yoav Zitun After struggle against al-Qaeda operatives, Bedouin smugglers takes toll on lives of dozens of Egyptian soldiers, Cairo fortifies fence with modern equipment, expert
The movie will be made available to any teacher who wants to bring it into his classroom. The film, which was made by Emad Burnat and Guy Davidi, describes the resistance of the residents of Bil'in for the (security) fence...The film is based on
The threatened demolition of apartment blocks in East Jerusalem is adding new pressure to the city's housing crisis, with hundreds facing the prospect of losing their homes and Palestinian residents saying they face discrimination in city planning.
Saved The Associated Press The Associated Press 1 hour ago An Arizona legislator wants the state to spend $30 million for a high-tech surveillance network near the U.S. border with Mexico. Sen. Bob Worsley, R-Mesa, said the "virtual fence" consisting
These include bunkers and concrete slabs that have created bottlenecks for the traffic...People start using alternative paths as well as unidirectional paths for dual-way traffic, which has increased the chances of collisions. Every morning while
Growing up in Jerusalem, Michael Sfard had no contact with Palestinians who lived just across the street from him in the Arab part of the city...It was a fairly typical Israeli upbringing, largely insulated from the harsh realities of Israel's half
Photographer Oscar Day Mesa College Art Gallery welcomed everyone during the month of October to the About the Fence exhibition. The Gallery focused on the border fence that separates Mexico and the U.S. This was the inspiration for photographer