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After Trump’s racist attack on progressive congresswomen, celebrities are sharing their stories of times they were told to ‘go back to you...

Celebrities, a former attorney general and Americans from all walks of life have shared stories of the pain of being targeted with the racist taunt

The world’s population is expected to hit 9.7 billion in 30 years, soar to 11 billion by 2100

By 2050, 1 in 6 people in the world will be over the age of 65, compared to 1 in 11 in 2019

108,000 millionaires around the world migrated last year, and Singapore is among the top 10 places they moved to

Singapore also came in 10th place in the list of 20 wealthiest cities worldwide, with a total wealth of US$995 billion (S$1.3 trillion) held privately in the Lion City.

US reportedly cutting off aid to El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras after Trump claims countries ‘set up’ migrant caravans

The US State Department is cutting off the three South American countries from financial aid.

Trump threatens to close border with Mexico next week claiming there’s a “very good likelihood”

"There's a very good likelihood that I'll be closing the border next week, and that will be just fine with me."

This stunning visualization of US immigration over 226 years will make you rethink how America’s population has evolved

Researchers at Northeastern University have visualized US immigration history as a tree trunk, with rings that show the migration patterns.

Hillary Clinton says Europe needs to stop taking in migrants — and people aren’t happy about it

Hillary Clinton is facing backlash after telling Europe to try to calm right-wing populism by refusing to offer "refuge and support" to migrants.
Venezuelans walk past belongings and tents burned by civilians at Pacaraima border control in Roraima State, Brazil August 19, 2018.

Venezuela’s mass exodus has sparked violence, and countries are sending in more troops to deal with it

After violent attacks on Venezuelan migrants over the weekend, Brazil is adding more troops to the force it has dispatched to deal with a wave of Venezuelans entering the country.

Shoveling manure and fixing flat tires: Soldiers at the border are doing grunt work to keep them out of trouble

The recent National Guard deployments to the US's southern border are not the first time troops have been sent there, but the soldiers there now are being kept far from the border and tasked with often menial jobs.
People wait in line to buy bus tickets at station in Caracas, Venezuela, May 21, 2018.

Millions of Venezuelans have fled their homes, and it’s affecting the entire region — here’s where they’re going

Hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans have sought refuge in neighboring countries in recent months, and the communities receiving them have struggled to deal with the influx.