Poverty & Development
A newly discovered route through Lithuania's eastern border opens gateway into Western Europe for migrants and refugees.
by Benas Gerdziunas
Australia04 Dec 2016 12:28 GMT
Once in office, Trump could veto deal for US to take 1,200 refugees from Australia's offshore prison facilities.
Australia01 Dec 2016 05:39 GMT
Protesters demanding closure of offshore prison camps abseil down parliament, stopping its proceedings for a second day.
France25 Nov 2016 07:56 GMT
Refugee Youth Services said nearly 1 in 3 children it tracked are missing after French authorities closed the camp.
Human Rights24 Nov 2016 13:20 GMT
Two million more refugees are expected to return to a country mired in violence and braced for a bitter winter.
The Listening Post20 Nov 2016 13:23 GMT
We look at claims from Germany's anti-immigrant party about media bias and alleged failure to report objectively.
Turkey19 Nov 2016 14:37 GMT
Around 50 people start fire in central Istanbul building before escaping, Turkish media reports.
Human Rights17 Nov 2016 08:41 GMT
Before Europe declared a "refugee crisis" in 2015, millions around the world had faced years of displacement.
Refugees15 Nov 2016 21:04 GMT
Rescue effort under way in the Mediterranean, with only 23 rescued so far from a boat carrying more than 120 people.
Human Rights15 Nov 2016 18:44 GMT
Already dealing with unemployment and drug cartels, Guerrero state anticipates possible 1 million deportees from US.
Human Rights14 Nov 2016 13:19 GMT
Turnbull said 1,200 refugees from Nauru will not be resettled in the US before president-elect Trump takes office.
Donald Trump14 Nov 2016 05:42 GMT
US president-elect, in his first interview since victory, says he plans to deport or jail undocumented foreigners.
Refugees03 Nov 2016 20:34 GMT
Survivors tell UN at least 239 people drowned in two shipwrecks off the Libyan coast in the Mediterranean Sea.
United Kingdom03 Nov 2016 09:31 GMT
Past targets of government crackdowns complain of arbitrary detentions and deportations.
Human Rights31 Oct 2016 04:22 GMT
With the closing of the Calais camp, the French capital is seeing more asylum seekers pitching tents on the streets.
Australia30 Oct 2016 10:21 GMT
The law would permanently ban legal visits to the country for asylum seekers arriving by boat.
by Iason Athanasiadis
by Rachel Shabi
by Menelaos Tzafalias
by Belen Fernandez
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