Migration

Poll: This is how accepting the world is of migrants

Seven European countries were ranked the least accepting. Image: REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer

Emma Batha

Journalist, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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Canada was the most welcoming country toward migrants. Image: Gallup
Juan, an 8-year-old unaccompanied minor from Guatemala who was travelling without any guardians, is registered by a border patrol agent in a field, after surrendering to border patrol with a group of other asylum seeking migrants who crossed into the United States from Mexico
An 8 year old migrant who travelled unaccompanied and without any guardians into the United States. Image: Reuters/Adrees Latif
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