Updated 11:29 AM EDT, Tue, Jun 16, 2020

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The population of Beijing currently stands at 20 million, more than twice the population of New York or London.

Beijing Introduces New Regulations to Control City's Population

Beijing announced on Thursday that it will be introducing a stringent migration policy in order to curb the population of the city.


Amphibians Experience Additional Difficulty in Migrating to another Place

New Hampshire Fish and Game wildlife biologist Mike Marchand explained that New Hampshire is a home to species that solely depends on the vernal pools.

Chinese businessmen in Beijing

China Loses Millionaires As Wealthiest Are Tempted To Move Overseas

Over 76,000 Chinese millionaires have migrated to or have acquired citizenship in other countries in the last decade as a result of the global expansion by Chinese firms, global broker Knight Frank said.


Ancient Massive Migration Resulted in Modern European Languages

This new study is the biggest of its kind so far.

 Jean-Claude Juncker

Jean-Claude Juncker Warns Cameron Against Restricting EU Migrants’ Freedom

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker warned UK Prime Minister David Cameron against restricting the EU migrants' freedom of movement, firmly saying he will not "compromise" on this matter.


Global Warming: If An Island Vanishes, Who Owns The Sea Around It?

Island nations threatened by rising sea levels grapple with the idea of "non-terrestrial statehood."

Child migration

Why Child Migration To U.S. Slows Down

Child migration to U.S. is slowing down due to tighter border policing and raids to areas where migrants are known to hop on cargo trains.


Obama Considers Allowing Honduran Children To Safely CrossTthe Border

Young people from Honduras who seek refuge in the United States may be able to safely cross the country’s border soon as the Obama administration considers reforms on the migration process to lessen the surge of illegal immigrants.

Robin Bird

"Electrosmog" Make Birds Get Lost in the City, Study Shows

A new study shows that birds exposed to AM waveband interference coming from urban areas lose their way.

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