Mexico Allows Tens of Thousands of Migrants to Travel to U.S. Border
By James Fredrick | The New York Times
Mexico has let tens of thousands of people cross its territory on their way to the American border since early April, government data shows, a major uptick before the expiration of a U.S. immigration measure that has kept most migrants from being able to claim asylum in the United States.
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EU Goods Worth at Least $1 Billion Vanish in Russia ‘Ghost Trade’
By Chris Cook, Federica Cocco & Max Seddon | Financial Times
More than $1 billion of EU exports targeted by sanctions have disappeared in transit to Russia’s economic partners, a flow of “ghost trade” that western officials believe has helped sustain Vladimir Putin’s wartime economy.
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