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12 Questions We’d Like to Hear at the Presidential Debate

12 Questions We’d Like to Hear at the Presidential Debate

Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump during the second presidential debate last week in St. Louis. Their final debate will be on Wednesday in Las Vegas.
Op-Ed Contributor: The Trump Side of Canadian Immigration

Op-Ed Contributor: The Trump Side of Canadian Immigration

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau greeted Madeleine Jamkossian, right, and her father, Kevork Jamkossian, after the Syrian refugees arrived in Toronto in December.

A ‘Taco Wall’ to Protest Trump

Clinton supporters in Las Vegas surrounded the Trump Hotel here with about 150 taco trucks and staged protests in advance of the final presidential debate.

Candidates Spar on Immigration

Donald J. Trump and Hillary Clinton argued starkly different policies on immigration.

‘I Am Alone’: Migrant Children in Calais ‘Jungle’ Face an Uncertain Fate

The fate of the young migrants has become a major sticking point in the French government’s plans to demolish the camp, which could happen within days.
What in the World: For Britain, Quitting the E.U.’s Market May Be a Tough Sell

What in the World: For Britain, Quitting the E.U.’s Market May Be a Tough Sell

Negotiating Britain’s place in the European Union’s economy after it leaves the bloc raises a number of questions.
France Clears ‘Jungle’ Camp at Calais, Dispersing Thousands of Migrants

France Clears ‘Jungle’ Camp at Calais, Dispersing Thousands of Migrants

Migrants waiting to be processed in Calais, France, on Monday, before boarding buses to reception centers around the country.
What in the World: For Britain, Quitting the E.U.’s Market May Be a Tough Sell

What in the World: For Britain, Quitting the E.U.’s Market May Be a Tough Sell

Negotiating Britain’s place in the European Union’s economy after it leaves the bloc raises a number of questions.
German Terrorism Case Highlights Europe’s Security Challenges

German Terrorism Case Highlights Europe’s Security Challenges

A residential block in Chemnitz, Germany, where the police recovered explosives from the apartment of Jaber al-Bakr earlier this month.
‘We Are Ready to Leave’: France Clears Out Calais ‘Jungle’

‘We Are Ready to Leave’: France Clears Out Calais ‘Jungle’

Migrants gathered at a reception center to be registered, at the Jungle camp in Calais, France.
Economic Scene: If Immigration Can’t Be Stopped, Maybe It Can Be Managed

Economic Scene: If Immigration Can’t Be Stopped, Maybe It Can Be Managed

At its peak in the 1950s, the Bracero Program provided more than 400,000 temporary work visas to Mexican laborers.
Economic Scene: If Immigration Can’t Be Stopped, Maybe It Can Be Managed

Economic Scene: If Immigration Can’t Be Stopped, Maybe It Can Be Managed

At its peak in the 1950s, the Bracero Program provided more than 400,000 temporary work visas to Mexican laborers.
Shouts Greet Migrants in the Streets of France: ‘We Don’t Want Them’

Shouts Greet Migrants in the Streets of France: ‘We Don’t Want Them’

A man with a fire extinguisher as a refugee tent burned at the Jungle encampment near Calais.
Somalis Living an American Dream in Kansas Glimpse a Nightmare

Somalis Living an American Dream in Kansas Glimpse a Nightmare

The interior of a makeshift mosque in Garden City, Kan., that three white members of a militia are accused of planning to bomb.
Sinosphere: How China’s Politics of Control Shape the Debate on Deserts

Sinosphere: How China’s Politics of Control Shape the Debate on Deserts

A homestead in the Tengger Desert, on the southern edge of the Gobi.
Australia’s Proposed Lifetime Ban on Boat-Borne Refugees Draws Fire

Australia’s Proposed Lifetime Ban on Boat-Borne Refugees Draws Fire

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull of Australia, right, and Peter Dutton, the minister of immigration and border protection, in Sydney on Sunday. The government needs the support of the opposition Labor