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Over 40,000 migrants subject to deportation detained in Moscow in 2023

Moscow, Mar 27 (UNI) The Moscow police department detected 224,000 violations of migration legislation in 2023, with 42,000 migrants subject to deportation from Russia, the Russian Interior Ministry's main directorate for the capital city said on Wednesday.

"Within the reporting period, 224,000 administrative violations of the migration legislation were detected. About 7,500 facts of illegal employment and almost 8,000 violations of the procedure for attracting foreign citizens to work in Russia were established. The judicial authorities issued about 42,000 decisions to deport foreign citizens and stateless persons from Russia," the directorate said in a video message.
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Death toll rises to 28 in Israeli raids on N Gaza's Jabalia camp

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23 Tunisian migrants missing while sailing to Italy

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Slovak court puts PM shooting suspect in pre-trial detention

18 May 2024 | 8:45 PM

Bratislava, May 18 (UNI) The Specialised Criminal Court in Pezinok, Slovakia, has remanded in custody the man accused of the attempted murder of Prime Minister Robert Fico, court spokeswoman Katarina Kudjakova said on Saturday.

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Kyrgyz govt hits out against 'false' Pakistani media reports regarding Bishkek violence

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18 May 2024 | 8:20 PM

Bishkek, May 18 (UNI) The Kyrgyzstan government has lashed out against “destructive forces in media and social media, especially in Pakistan” for deliberately disseminating “absolutely false and untrue” information about the situation in Bishkek following widespread clashes between locals and foreign students.

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