Sep 05, 2015

Global Outcry #RefugeesWelcome Demands Nations Open Borders | Democracy Now!

In news from Europe, leaders are planning another round of emergency talks about how to respond to the hundreds of thousands of people seeking refuge after fleeing violence in Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia, Eritrea, Nigeria and other regions, as people across the world took to social media to demand nations do more to welcome refugees. This morning, British Prime Minister David Cameron...

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