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The UK's first deportation flight to Rwanda is scheduled to leave on June 14.
Ukrainian refugees bring new life to Spain's rural villages
Small abandoned villages in Spain’s depopulated regions have become home to mothers and children fleeing the war in Ukraine.
'Absolutely ridiculous': UK scheme to host Ukrainian refugees slammed
"We are fighting a catalogue of things," said Lucy, 34. "We went into this with trust, but unfortunately as the days pass it is clear something is deeply wrong with the system."
'I focused on survival': Mariupol escapee speaks of her month in hell
Alina Beskrovna, a 31-year-old finance expert and Mariupol native, survived the first month of the siege in the city, managing to unexpectedly save herself, her mother, and their three cats in late March.
NGOs call on EU to clampdown on trafficking as millions flee Ukraine
Women leaving Ukraine on their own are being targeted with sinister messages on social media, some promising "a free place for you in my bed."
'Europe still not fully aware of tragedy and suffering in Ukraine'
“Nobody could ever expect, believe or anticipate something like this. These are horror stories — what is going on in Mariupol, what is going on in Chernihiv, in Kharkiv. It’s unimaginable.”
How the Czech Republic's Vietnamese community is rallying for refugees
More than 5,000 Vietnamese nationals have also left Ukraine for neighboring countries. In the Czech Republic, they have been welcomed.
Watch: How is the EU providing healthcare to Ukrainian refugees?
Among the millions of Ukrainians fleeing the war, many are in need of medical treatment, like pregnant women and sick children.
Going home to war: Why are more Ukrainian refugees now turning back?
More than 3.9 million Ukrainians have fled since Russia's invasion. But at the Poland-Ukraine border town of Przemyśl, more are now heading back than leaving.
How past horrors are pushing Polish Jews to help fleeing Ukrainians
“I didn’t know how many people, I didn’t know who was arriving -- I just said yes,” said Alina Sobczak.
Traffickers and online trolls target Facebook Ukrainian refugee group
Diana Shore, founder of 'Room for Ukrainians in the UK', has called on social media companies to adopt geolocation software to ensure the safety of Ukrainian refugees online.
How Warsaw has opened its door and heart to Ukrainian refugees
“It is an amazing mobilisation that I’ve never seen before in my life. Everyone I know is in some way involved.”
Meet the Italian who drove 3,200-km to pick up Ukrainian refugees
“We saw the fear and the uncertainty in people’s eyes, we saw people who must have passed unimaginable horrors."
Watch: How the EU will use an untested law to support Ukraine refugees
The Temporary Protection Directive will mean no restrictions on Ukrainians working or getting their children into school.
EU agrees to trigger never-before-used law to host Ukrainian refugees
More than one million Ukrainians have fled the country since the invasion began one week ago, with the vast majority arriving at neighbouring EU countries.
Brussels will apply a never-used EU law to host Ukrainian refugees
The 2001 EU directive will allow member states to grant temporary protection to those fleeing the war in Ukraine.
Will the Afghanistan crisis spark a refugee influx to Europe?
The question comes as the Taliban completed a rapid takeover of the country.
Humanitarian ships rescue over 700 migrants from Mediterranean
The ships are awaiting permission to dock at a safe southern European port to disembark their passengers.
Migrant deaths on sea routes to Europe more than double, says UN
Restrictions on humanitarian vessels combined with the absence of government-led search and rescue operations were among the main factors behind the spike, according to the International Organisation for Migration.
How racist abuse halted Syrian refugee’s run for seat in Bundestag
Tareq Alaows was hoping to become the first Syrian refugee elected to Germany’s parliament, but he ended his campaign amid a torrent of racist abuse and threats.
Europe saw record low numbers of refugees seeking asylum last year
The report released by the European Asylum Support Office noted that the pandemic played a major role in less people seeking refuge.
Amnesty accuses Greece of 'systematic' policy of migrant pushbacks
Athens has disputed reports accusing Greek border police of violent returns of refugees and migrants to Turkey.
Berlin museum centering on Germans expelled after WWII opens
The project centers on the millions of Germans who fled from advancing Soviet forces or were kicked out of parts of eastern and central Europe as Germany's borders were moved westward after the war.
The Danish immigration decisions tearing Syrian refugee families apart
The Alata family was torn apart once when their father was killed in Syria. Now they are being put to the test once more as half of the family's refugee status in Denmark is being revoked. Where can they go from here?
Nine months after fire, work still not started at Greek migrant camp
The redevelopment of Moria camp was supposed to have been finished by now.
Why is Denmark under fire over new law to send asylum seekers abroad?
Denmark approved amendments to the legislation on Thursday - so will changes take effect straight away? What has been the response?