The first fatalities of the summer sailing season when Europe's seas swallow up thousands of migrants, many of them refugees fleeing conflict, has begun
Gabriele del Grande was detained in Turkey two weeks ago while doing research for a book He has been released and has flown straight back to Italy.
As the economic and political turmoil deepens in Venezuela, more and more people are fleeing the country and heading to Brazil.
More than a dozen United Nations mission staff have been released by South Sudanese refugees in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Rescue ships took on thousands of survivors from dinghies in deteriorating weather in the Mediterranean between Friday and Sunday.
Migrants struggled to stay afloat in the Mediterranean during a rescue operation by the Malta-based Migrant Offshore Aid Station on Friday (April 14), as thousands were plucked from the sea in a singl
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The United Nations’ migration agency says growing numbers of African migrants passing through Libya are being sold as slaves by traffickers or militia groups before being held for…
Greece is feeling the first wave of 2017's refugee harvest, but camps on its Aegean islands are already full and the country is ill-prepared to take any more people without help.
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Hungary has defended its decision to detain migrants in shipping containers on the border with Serbia.
The draft law, which still needs parliamentary approval, aims to protect girls who were married abroad and sought asylum in the country.
Just 16-thousand migrants have been moved from Italy and Greece under a controversial EU relocation scheme.
International donors are expected to pledge billions more euros for Syrian refugees at a conference that has kicked off in Brussels.
Almost every day at the Belarusian-Polish border, hundreds of Chechens try to apply for refugee status. Only a small number succeed, despite interventions from NGOs and lawyers.
President Assad’s forces have retaken most of the land lost recently to rebels in Hama province, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
UN Secretary General António Guterres encourages young Syrian women to aim for government positions in the future
We’ve already taken in our fair share – the message from Austria, who says it is seeking an exemption from having to accept more asylum seekers under an EU relocation…
As a local government, we believe in a pro-active and two-sided approach, not only speeding up the integration process for the refugees themselves, but also allowing organisations and citizens to get to know newcomers.
At least 11 people from Syria, including five children, are dead after their plastic boat sank off Turkey
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Iraqi government forces are meeting fierce resistance from ISIL militants as they close in on western Mosul.
There were a lot of people who were very skeptical about being in the EU because they thought it was all about politics and not funding projects that actually could help people.
By Sacha Myers, Save the Children, Greece One year since the implementation of the EU-Turkey deal, more than 13,000 refugees and migrants remain
More than 40 Somali refugees have been killed when the boat they were travelling in was attacked, according to the International Organisation for Migration.
Greece is being used as a testing ground for degrading asylum policies that are setting a dangerous blueprint for the future, according to major humanitarian…