Said can neither hear nor speak. His silent journey to Europe has brought him to Melilla, a Spanish enclave in Africa.
by Steve Chao
Afghanistan30 Oct 2016 19:19 GMT
Steve McCurry, who famously photographed the green-eyed Afghan girl in the 1980s, speaks to Al Jazeera about her plight.
Refugees24 Oct 2016 14:52 GMT
Between 6,000 and 8,000 refugees and migrants living in the Calais "jungle" camp to be moved to shelters across France.
UpFront22 Oct 2016 10:41 GMT
Mehdi Hasan on who is actually bearing the brunt of the refugee crisis.
Humanitarian crises13 Oct 2016 06:45 GMT
Nearly 1,500 refugee children in Greece attended school for the first time since safely arriving in the country.
Turkey26 Sep 2016 20:39 GMT
Massive EU programme will provide refugees with debit cards holding $33.50 a month to use for their daily needs.
Refugee Crisis20 Sep 2016 06:39 GMT
More than 3,000 people forced to flee as blaze rips through one of Greece's main refugee camp on the island of Lesbos.
Human Rights15 Sep 2016 17:36 GMT
Immigration minister tells Al Jazeera his nation would have no objection to deal but rules out accepting more refugees.
France05 Sep 2016 17:28 GMT
Amid rising tension, lorry drivers, farmers and workers block traffic to demand closure of the Calais refugee camp.
Italy01 Sep 2016 12:40 GMT
Libya traffickers taking advantage of calm summer weathers by cramming refugees on to barely seaworthy rubber dinghies.
Human Rights28 Aug 2016 04:26 GMT
Protesters call for the closure of overseas refugee prison camps and demand asylum seekers be housed in Australia.
Human Rights02 Aug 2016 11:47 GMT
Latest figures are from shipwrecks that were not previously known, IOM says, amid rising concern over refugee deaths.
Libya25 Jul 2016 23:36 GMT
Bodies began washing up on the city's beach west of Tripoli on Friday, but more have since been found, official says.
Poverty & Development17 Jul 2016 11:43 GMT
From Iraq to Tanzania, Lebanon to the DRC, millions of refugees and displaced people get by on hopes of returning home.
Human Rights17 Jun 2016 11:48 GMT
A humane member of parliament has been murdered for the sanctified cause of Britain First - and immigrants last.
The Listening Post12 Jun 2016 14:56 GMT
We examine the media blackout on Australia's "processing centres" for asylum seekers on the islands of Manus and Nauru.
by Richard Seymour
by Santiago Zabala
by Mark LeVine
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