Sierra Leone News
Slain reporter's family says Syrian forces targeted her
Court documents in wrongful death suit claim Syrian forces targeted veteran war correspondent Marie Colvin, cheered her death
5 Cameroon athletes reported missing at Commonwealth Games
The Australian Border Force has been alerted and Commonwealth Games officials are concerned about five Cameroon athletes who have gone missing on the Gold Coast.
Indonesia seizes fishing boat with alleged slave workers
Indonesia says it has seized a fishing boat carrying 20 crewmembers, including 14 Indonesians believed to be trafficking victims who were forced to work for years without pay
Chadwick Boseman praises the heroic women of 'Black Panther'
Boseman appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" and talks about the making of Marvel's newest superhero film.
DHS to end protections for some Salvadoran immigrants
The Trump administration announced Monday that it is ending protected status for El Salvador with an 18-month delay — the latest in a string of legal immigration programs that have been discontinued over the past year. The approximately 262,000 Salvadorans that currently have Temporary Protected
Earthquake survivor reacts to 'devastating' loss of status for 60K Haitians in US
Nearly 60,000 Haitians currently living in the United States under a protected immigration status will have 18 months to leave or face deportation after the Trump administration announced the end of a program that allowed thousands of survivors of Haiti 's devastating 2010 earthquake to reside in
Trump administration terminates program that united thousands of families fleeing violence in Central America
At midnight tonight, the Trump administration will end another immigration program -- one that reunited children from Central America with their parents here legally in the U.S. The Central American Minors, or CAM, refugee program allowed certain parents who were lawfully present in the U.S. to
Trump admin. ending protective immigration status for Nicaraguans, delays decision for Hondurans
The Department of Homeland Security has ended Temporary Protected Status for Nicaragua, meaning that the 2,500 Nicaraguans living in the U.S. under that special status have 14 months to leave the country. Today was the deadline for the administration to decide the fate of those Nicaraguans and some
Sierra Leone mudslides death toll now above 400, UN says
The U.N. humanitarian agency put the death toll at 409 after the flooding and mudslides in the West African nation's capital, Freetown, on Monday morning.