The Russian Defence Ministry, quoted by the Interfax news agency, says more than 20,000 civilians have left eastern Aleppo on Saturday. The Ministry also says more than 1,200 rebels opposed to Syrian
Over 400 sub-Saharan African migrants have jumped over a barbed-wire border fence from Morocco into Spain’s North African enclave of Ceuta.
The Syrian army is tightening its siege on rebel-held parts of Aleppo.
The UN says hundreds of men from eastern Aleppo have reportedly gone missing after leaving rebel-held areas of the city and entering government territory.
Security forces should shoot at boats of migrants trying to reach Europe’s shores.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
Human rights activists have rallied in Hungary’s capital Budapest calling for the release of Syrian man convicted of inciting a migrant riot last year.
President Salva Kiir denies using starvation and rape as weapons of war as the UN describes the conflict as "fertile ground" for genocide.
Protesters have rallied outside the Australian parliament for a second consecutive day.
It costs 90 cents to send a postcard from Germany to Syria, and Zero Ninety is a chance for Berliners a chance to buy postcards from artists and refugees at silent auction
Horst Wenzel, dubbed ‘Germany’s number one love expert’, has been volunteering his services to teach new migrants how to flirt and approach women.
Iraqi forces claim they are now in control of most of eastern Mosul.
A woman and a child are said to have died in an explosion at the Moria refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos.
They are angry about a decision by the local authority to put the camp in the southern town of Harmanli under quarantine after reports of a possible outbreak of skin disease.
Figures from the International Organisation for Migration suggest there was a big surge in migrant arrivals in Italy between the 14th and the 20th of November.
The residents of Gogjali, eight kilometres from Mosul, were being evacuated from their homes on Tuesday morning as the operation to liberate Iraq’s second city…
Despite a referendum deemed invalid and losing parliamentary vote on his anti-migrant policies, Viktor Orbam continues to speak his mind on the matter.
It is the second time the camp on the Greek island of Chios has been targeted. Rocks and petrol bombs were hurled at a makeshift camp for refugees and migrants.
Uganda allows refugees to move in and out of settlements, provides land, and allows them to work.
The number of South Sudanese refugees in neighbouring countries passed the 1 million mark in September.