The mayor huffed that “submissive Somali women turn into obnoxious customers at the grocery store cash register.”
Inmates are held even after they had paid their fines or finished their sentences because of a lack of funds to send them home.
Nigerian-Americans have a median household income well above the American average, and above the average of many white and Asian groups.
They are perishing in their hundreds. 'I stopped counting', doctor says on discovering migrant boat dead
These aren't just numbers, these are people who have stories that we will never get a chance to hear.
More than 104,000 migrants from Africa, the Middle East and South Asia have landed at Italy's southern ports so far this year.
Le Pen wants boat people sent back to Africa; Sarkozy says it's ‘like a water leak spreading to every room of a family home’
European navies who rescue migrants are “accomplices” of the traffickers who organise the transit, she says.
South African leader said only a "small minority of South Africans" were involved in the violence.
S. Africa’s problem? A ‘cappuccino economy - white cream over a large black mass, with some chocolate sprinkled on top’
Inequality is worse today than in 1994 at apartheid’s end, and poverty rates remain stubbornly high.
Death in the Mediterranean—the curious cases of Nigeria, Senegal, and the country that is a surprise omission
While Eritreans make up the majority of those fleeing into Europe, but the identity of other source countries would baffle many
When it rains it pours: Under attack by xenophobic mobs, immigrants face S. African police harassment
Migrants are often detained for longer than the legal 120-day limit – or can bribe their way out.
Migrants 'throw' Nigerian, Ghanaian Christians to their death into sea in religion row: Italy police
Nearly 10,000 migrants trying to cross the Mediterranean have been rescued in recent days.
A growing number of young Africans are struggling to root themselves; products of their parents moves across borders in search of opportunities.
"There were 200 of us to start with. I was the only one to get over the fences", said About Diarrisso from Cote d'Ivoire
Unique spices and flavours are wooing foreign taste-buds, as country's diaspora becomes big driver of its foods.