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The Truth About African Immigration: Where Do They Go?

Did you know that there are more Europeans in Africa, than Africans in Europe? In South Africa only, there are 6+ millions europeans. France which is the biggest European country with African immigrants has 4.5 millions Africans (more than 70% are from North Africa: Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia). In Zimbabwe only there are more than half […]

With the number of young French people leaving France for foreign shores continuing to rise, the head of a leading think tank says there is no need to panic as long as Paris does more to attract foreigners from around the world to replace them. With more and more young French people seeing their immediate […]

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Eurostat also records that Greece has the third lowest birth rate (9 live births per 1,000 population) in the EU – a position it shares with Italy. Both countries followed Germany (8.4 births per 1,000) and Portugal (8.5 births per 1,000). Greece’s recorded its highest net emigration level last year since records began in 1998, […]

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It’s that time of year again: the release of migration statistics. Many will be keen to inspect how close these numbers come to the Conservative’s target to reduce net migration to 100,000 by 2015 when they will again face the vote. The latest numbers from the Office for National Statistics show that net migration was 153,000 in the year […]

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