New documentary film “Salam Neighbour” follows the story of two Americans experiencing life at Jordan’s sprawling, Zataari refugee camp, near the
Hundreds of people displaced from the Iraqi city of Tikrit have begun returning home. It is three months since pro-government forces recaptured
Residents of an eastern German town held a protest on Saturday, in solidarity with refugees following a suspected arson attack on a building intended
Refugees from Syria camped out in front of the Greek parliament have begun a hunger strike.
More than 150 people are taking part in the sit-in
Greece and Hungary approved less than one-in-ten asylum requests last year despite their EU obligations, new figures reveal.
Eurostat numbers show
President al-Assad’s forces and soldiers from the Lebanese Hezbollah are closing in on the border town of Yabroud in their attempt to drive out Sunni
An asylum seeker was killed and at least 77 injured in the second riot this week at a detention centre in Papua New Guinea used to process asylum
Baha’ism is a faith founded in the 19th century, which groups an international community of believers who wish to be considered as members of an
Mansour Osanlou is one of the most famous trade union leaders of Iran, who was the head of the Tehran bus drivers union. He was emprisonned and
In Iran, homosexuals risk the death penalty. Human rights ngos estimate that several hundred of them have been executed since the islamic revolution
“I crossed the border illegally with the smugglers. It took us about eight days going from a north western city near the Iranian border to get to
So many Syrians are fleeing the war in their country that it has put a severe strain on neighbouring Lebanon’s infrastructure – the power grid
Last year, 330,000 people sought asylum in Europe. Thousands arrived in Greece, however only 152 were able to apply for asylum. Of these, just two
Education plays a key role in connecting cultures and fostering tolerance. Our first report takes us to Morocco where a non-profit organisation aims