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Alarm sounded over migrants stranded in no man's land on Europe border
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First group of migrants moved onto housing barge in the UK
The first group of UK asylum-seekers has been moved onto a giant housing barge on the south coast of England as the government aims to cut the cost of sheltering migrants wanting to settle in the country.
Italy calls for more equal relationship with migration producing states
Italian Premier Giorgia Meloni has called for a new and more equal relationship between Europe and the developing countries that produce migrants.
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In the Israeli-occupied Jenin in West Bank, there are more than 20,000 refugees living in a camp. From an early age, many of them nurture hope through painting and drawing.
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The United Nations says over three million people have fled their homes as fighting in Sudan continues, amid growing concerns the country is sliding into a full-scale civil war.
A compassionate and sustainable EU asylum system is not impossible
Everybody has the right to claim asylum on EU territory and should not be deterred or prevented from doing so, Harlem Désir writes.
Israeli strikes in the occupied West Bank kill at least eight
Strikes by Israeli forces in the occupied West Bank have killed at least eight and wounded dozens of others in the largest operation by Israel for over a year
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Germany takes aim at skilled labour shortage with new legislation
Germany's parliament on Friday approved plans to attract more skilled workers to Europe's biggest economy and help address labour shortages in a growing number of professions.
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During a two-day visit to Cairo, EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell expressed support for Egypt's efforts to end the hostilities in Sudan.
More than 40 major companies pledge to hire and train 250,000 refugees
The companies - which include Amazon, Accenture, and Adidas - have committed to hiring and training over 250,000 refugees in the next three years.
Italian coastguard rescues 242 migrants off Lampedusa island
The Italian coastguard has rescued the migrants, some of whom may be refugees, in waters off the small island near Tunisia.