United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein said he was deeply concerned by the recently-adopted policies.He said the policies punish children for their parents' actions and noted that in the past six weeks, nearly 2,000 children had been forcibly separated from their parents. The United States House of Representatives is expected to vote on major reforms to U.S. immigration law this week. A day after hundreds of migrants were allowed to dock at a Spanish port after being refused permission by Italy and Malta, the divisive issue of migration is threatening the coalition government of German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Binoy Kampmark is a senior lecturer in global studies at Australia's RMIT University tells VOA Rome's refusal to allow the Aquarius to dock put the spotlight back on Europe's inability to rally around a single unified migration policy. Plus, for the first time, the World Health Organization is adding Gaming disorder to the section on Mental and Addictive Disorders in its new International Classification of Diseases.