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Migration & border policy links: E-meeting migrants, Obama's plan foiled, Afghanistan crisis and more

By Rachael Buckland, an intern with the Migration and Border Policy Project An Amnesty International report shows 10 countries – Turkey, Jordan, Pakistan, Lebanon, Iran, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo and Chad – which account for less than 2.5% of world GDP take in 56% of the world's refugees. A freedom of information request by Australian National University student newspaper Woroni has revealed the university implemented a diversification strategy in 2015 to lower Chinese student enrolment.
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