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France has repatriated 35 children and 16 mothers who were detained in Syrian camps.
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Romania plans to evacuate 90 Europeans stranded in South Africa
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Belarus will not force migrants to return home, says Lukashenko
Lukashenko made his first public appearance at the Polish border since the start of the crisis.
Afghan evacuee convicted for leaving surveillance in France
One of the five Afghans placed under watch after being repatriated to France has been convicted of leaving surveillance, the French government has announced.
Europe's capitals scramble to evacuate nationals from Kabul airport
From Madrid to The Hague, via Paris, Bucharest, London... European governments have been trying to rescue their nationals from Kabul, and where possible help Afghans who worked for them.
Spain defends the return of unaccompanied child migrants to Morocco
Spain’s interior minister has defended sending unaccompanied child migrants back to Morocco and denied accusations by rights groups that the returns breach international law.
Belgium repatriates 6 mothers and 10 children from Syria camps
The operation marks Belgium's largest repatriation effort from jihadist camps since the fall of the so-called Islamic State group in 2019.
Bodies of Spanish and Irish victims repatriated from Burkina Faso
Several European countries have vowed to keep fighting extremism in Africa's Sahel region.
COVID-19 has slowed repatriation of foreign children in Syrian camps
According to Save the Children, an estimated 200 foreign children were repatriated in 2020 from camps in north-east Syria, down from 685 in 2019.
Germany repatriates 3 women, 12 children from camps in Syria
European governments have so far been reluctant to take back their citizens who joined jihadist groups in Syria and Iraq.
Norway government under pressure after populist party quits coalition
Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg has said she will continue to govern with a minority three-party coalition.
Netherlands not required to return children of IS families, says court
An appeals court has ruled the Netherlands is not required to repatriate the children born into families of its fighters that left to join the Islamic State.
Thomas Cook: UK to fly 135,300 people back after after firm's collapse
British travel firm Thomas Cook collapsed on Monday, stranding 600,000 holidaymakers around the globe and sparking the largest peacetime repatriation effort in UK's history.