The United States is bracing for a surge of migrants attempting to cross its southern border following Thursday’s expiration of Title 42, a pandemic-related policy that allowed the U.S. to expel migrants more than 2.8 million times, according to oversight groups. The White House, which is being blamed for chaotic scenes at the border, is defending itself against criticism and saying Congress needs to act. VOA’s Anita Powell reports from Washington.
Bayelsa sets up panel to resolve Odioma community crisis
The Bayelsa State Government has constituted a seven-member committee to look into the issues causing hostility in the Odioma community...Read more