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Niraj Warikoo

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Detroit, MI, United States

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Recent articles by Niraj:

ICE arrests 90 more foreign students at fake university created by DHS in Michigan

Since January, ICE has arrested about 250 students who were enrolled at a fake university in Farmington Hills set up by ICE to lure in students. → Read More

ICE arrests 90 more students at fake university in Michigan

Since January, ICE has arrested about 250 students who were enrolled at a fake university in Farmington Hills set up by ICE to lure in students. → Read More

ICE arrests 90 more foreign students at fake university created by DHS in Michigan

Since January, ICE has arrested about 250 students who were enrolled at a fake university in Michigan created to lure in students. → Read More

Judge dismisses sexual assault charges against Hamtramck activist

Ibrahim Aljahim had been charged in September with two counts of criminal sexual conduct involving a mentally disabled student. → Read More

FBI: Hate crimes against people up in Michigan

Hate crimes against Latinos increased last year while those targeting Muslims decreased, show new FBI stats. → Read More

Flint man imprisoned in Iran sues US for withholding victim funds

Attorneys for Amir Hekmati says the U.S. government told him he was eligible for $20 million in compensation, but hasn't paid out any of it. → Read More

Muslim candidates in Michigan faced hate during political campaigns in 2018

Twenty nine Muslim candidates ran for elected office in Michigan in 2018. Some of them received bigoted abuse during their campaigns. → Read More

Attorneys for Hamtramck activist charged with sexual assault seek to dismiss case

Ibrahim Al-Jahim has been charged with two counts of criminal sexual conduct. His attorney denies the allegations. → Read More

Black activist who said he took over Detroit neo-Nazi group dies at 55

James Stern had filed incorporation records in Michigan in January assuming control of a neo-Nazi group based in Detroit. → Read More

Hamtramck student alleges he was sexually assaulted by school employee, a Dem activist

Ibrahim Aljahim, 37, is charged with two counts of criminal sexual conduct with mentally disabled victim → Read More

FBI's killing of Detroit Muslim leader 10 years ago haunts communities

Detroit's African American and Muslim communities were impacted by the FBI's shooting death 10 years ago of a Muslim leader. → Read More

Detroit TV station owner under fire for meme sent to African American pastor

Detroit chapter of NABJ sent letter Monday to Kevin Adell, CEO of The Word Network. Adell's attorney sent cease and desist letter in response. → Read More

Protests grow in Michigan against immigrant arrests and detention

As the U.S. government toughens immigration, some in Michigan are moving to resist working with federal immigration officials → Read More

Noted Baptist Pastor Charles Adams retires after 50 years in Detroit

Rev. Charles G. Adams is retiring after 50+ years at Hartford Memorial Baptist Church → Read More

Hamtramck street to get $1.2M in new homes built for refugees

Hamtramck will get several new homes for refugees in a project called 'Freedom Village' → Read More

Ailing Mexican immigrant living in Michigan fights possible deportation

"It would like be a death sentence for me" if I was sent back to Mexico, said Ann Arbor immigrant with kidney problem facing possible deportation. → Read More

Judge dismisses suit against ICE by immigrant in Detroit church sanctuary

Ded Rranxburgaj is in sanctuary in Central United Methodist Church avoiding deportation to Albania by ICE → Read More

State of Michigan says immigrants shouldn't be scared to apply for benefits

Dept. of Health and Human Services Director writes letter saying immigrants should not be discouraged from applying for public benefits. → Read More

University of Michigan fights to keep sealed files of anti-immigrant leader

The University of Michigan is appealing to the Michigan Supreme Court to keep sealed some files of anti-immigrant leader Dr. John Tanton. → Read More

Deportations to Iraq stoke fear among immigrant families in Michigan

Metro Detroiters are being sent back by ICE to Iraq, where they may face persecution and death, say attorneys. → Read More