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NGOs slam Europe for allowing migrant deaths in the Mediterranean
Italy faces the biggest influx of migrants since 2017. Over 900 people have died since January trying to cross the Mediterranean. NGOs accuse Europe and institutions of letting those fleeing conflict and poverty die at sea.
Sudanese continue to flee the country amid ongoing fighting
Sudanese continue to flee the country as the fighting between the army and the Rapid Support Forces enters its fifth week.
Migrants on US side of Mexican border order takeaways from Tijuana
As they wait on the US side of the border with Mexico, hoping to apply for asylum, hundreds of migrants order takeaways from Mexican restaurants.
Record numbers displaced by conflict and disaster – new data
New data shows an all-time high of 71.1 million internally displaced people, with war in Ukraine exacerbating food insecurity
650 migrants have been evacuated from Lampedusa amid 'crisis'
Good weather and improved sailing conditions have prompted more ships to set sail from North Africa, just two weeks after Lampedusa posted record arrivals.
Shelling in Sudanese capital disrupts aid delivery efforts
Explosions could be heard on Thursday in Sudan's capital Khartoum as a fragile truce ran out.
Inside the Ukrainian businesses refugees have opened in Poland
The number of Ukrainian companies in the Polish market has increased to 25,000, an increase caused by the influx of refugees from Ukraine since Russia invaded in February 2022.
More than 330,000 internally displaced by fighting in Sudan: UN
The United Nations said fighting in Sudan has caused more than 330,000 people to flee their homes within the country, with more than 100,000 others trying to get to any border they can reach.
WATCH: Pope Francis leads mass in front of thousands in Budapest
Pope Francis on Sunday called on Hungarians to be "open" toward migrants, as he wrapped up a three-day visit to the central European country whose nationalist premier has taken a staunch anti-immigration stance.
The EU has to use its AI Act to draw a red line on racist surveillance
AI is increasingly used for heightened surveillance in the migration context. As the European Parliament prepares to vote on the AI Act, the lack of protections for migrants and racialised people is a glaring omission, Sarah Chander and Alyna Smith.
'Mass surveillance, extreme power': How tech shapes Europe's borders
The EU's frontier is starting to resemble a science fiction film, say experts.
Amnesty denounces the West's 'racist double standards'
Amnesty International's annual report draws attention to the West's "racist double standards" in dealing with human rights violations.
'Extreme violence' triggers hunger strike at Greek detention centre
Strikers accuse authorities of denying inmates adequate food, hot water and medicine, while housing them in filthy cells infested with cockroaches.
People have the right to asylum in the EU. We can't let humanity drown
Europe cannot just helplessly watch people on the move dying at sea. It needs a migration policy that puts people’s rights at the centre, MEPs Cornelia Ernst and Pietro Bartolo wrote.
'No foreigners': Discrimination allegations mar Turkey quake response
While millions of Turks are also in need of shelter and supplies, some asylum seekers say they were denied basic help after the deadly disaster.
Ukrainian refugee flows 'maybe not a crisis': Commissioner Johansson
The European Commission activated the Temporary Protection Directive last year after Russia invaded Ukraine.
Pets are victims of war in Ukraine, too. They really need our help
If enough animals are helped, it will stop the rampant population growth that will flood Ukraine and Eastern Europe with billions of unwanted animals, Daniel Fine writes.
Study shows daily struggles of refugees living in EU after fleeing war
The survey finds many displaced Ukrainians who have sought asylum or protection elsewhere in Europe have trouble with money and speaking the local language.
By not tackling effects of Ukraine war, we're risking further disaster
We cannot stand witness as the world’s most severe humanitarian crises spiral further out of control, IRC's Harlem Désir writes.
Why are Ukrainian refugees struggling to settle in Spain?
Why are Ukrainian refugees struggling to settle in Spain? Only about 15% of working-age Ukrainian refugees in Spain have found a job compared to an average of 40% elsewhere in Europe.