Some 70 women and children are among hundreds of migrants brought to the shores of Sicily after being rescued in the central Mediterranean Sea on Wednesday (February…
Amnesty International has documented 2016 as a year of hate, violence and oppression, a year of palpable contempt for the suffering of fellow humans.
The German cabinet has agreed a raft of new measures aimed at streamlining the deportation of failed asylum seekers.
More than 300 migrants have broken through the border fence between Morocco and the Spanish enclave of Ceuta - Europe's only land border with Africa.
Fearing a worsening climate of xenophobia in the wake of a divisive presidential campaign, refugees in the United States are flocking to Canada in growing numbers.
Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban has offered to open up his country to refugees – but only those seeking sanctuary from the liberal policies of western…
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Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said he believes beyond any doubt that “terrorists” have “definitely” masked themselves as refugees
The aim is to get more failed asylum seekers out of Germany – and faster.
A directive to close the camp and forcibly repatriate refugees was issued last year, but the high court said the decision was tantamount to an act of group persecution.
The two countries strengthen ties to deal with common issues like terrorism, migrant-trafficking, tourism and energy
EU countries have taken in just 12,000 migrants from Greece and Italy in a year and a half.
By Katie Kuschminder, European University Institute In order to stem the flow of migrants crossing into Europe, the EU signed a deal with Turkey
Greece’s migration minister Yannis Mouzalas was confronted by an angry crowd at the entrance of a sprawling migrant camp in the south of Athens on Monday, trying to block his entrance to the…
They were born on different continents more than three quarters of a century apart but are united by one common thread – escaping war.
By Sergei Guriev, chief economist at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development The past year has been full of watershed developments
The uncertainty caused by the legal tussle over the Trump administration’s travel ban has opened a window for travellers from the seven affected countries to enter the United…
The government faces a Monday evening deadline to provide the US appeals court with information to justify the ban after a federal judge in Seattle blocked it on Friday.
It comes after at least 1,131 were intercepted near the western Libyan city of Sabratha over the last week. On Friday, EU leaders offered Libya money and other assistance to try to curb the record mig
EU leaders have backed new steps to stem immigration from Africa, including financing migrant camps in Libya run by the UN-backed government.
Rights campaigners are warning that the Bangladeshi government's plan to relocate thousands of Rohingya refugees to a remote, low-lying island could trigger a humanitarian catastrophe.
Greek media say three men were poisoned by fumes from stoves lit inside the tents to combat the bitter winter temperatures. However, the authorities would neither confirm nor deny this.
The Basilica d’Ainay in Lyon transformed itself into a giant screen last night to show solidarity with refugees trapped in a foreign land.
Italy’s prime minister has signed a memorandum of understanding with Libya to curb the flow of migrants to Europe.
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Australia does a lot for the boatloads of refugees trying to land on its shores, but mostly abroad in neighbouring countries, where controversial camps have become dead ends for their inmates, plucked
‘It’s about keeping the USA safe’ Donald Trump, announcing the halting of refugee admissions and the temporary barring of people from seven Muslim-majority countries, cited the terrorist attacks in 20