Human Rights

Interactive: The refugee crisis beyond Europe

Before Europe declared a "refugee crisis" in 2015, millions around the world had faced years of displacement.

Refugees

Calais: Moving from the 'Jungle' to Stalingrad

Each day over the past week saw between 70 and 80 asylum seekers arriving in Paris as the Calais "Jungle" was cleared.

Australia

Australia weighs law banning refugees from returning

The law would permanently ban legal visits to the country for asylum seekers arriving by boat.

Human Rights

Flames, fear and football as Calais 'Jungle' cleared

French government finally moves to clear camp and declares operation a success, despite many refugees returning.

Humanitarian crises

Twenty-nine dead bodies found on crowded refugee boat

French aid group rescues 107 people off Libya's coast as death toll on Mediterranean this year reaches 3,800.

Refugees

UN: 2016 Mediterranean refugee deaths hit record 3,800

Likelihood of drowning en route to Europe spirals to one in 88, says UN, with most deaths reported off Libyan shore.

Humanitarian crises

Syrians in Calais Jungle hold out for UK asylum

Refugees set Calais camp on fire in protest against its dismantling and their eviction by the French government.

Human Rights

France begins dismantling Calais Jungle refugee camp

Hundreds are evacuated as French workers protected by police start dismantling the huge camp on second day of operation.

Inside Story

What comes after the Calais Jungle?

The French government is dismantling the Calais camp, dashing the hopes of thousands who dreamed of reaching the UK.

France

France begins dismantling Calais Jungle camp

Refugees and migrants gather at official meeting points for evacuation operation expected to take three days.

Refugees

Calais 'Jungle' camp evacuation: Where will they go?

Between 6,000 and 8,000 refugees and migrants living in the Calais "jungle" camp to be moved to shelters across France.

UpFront

Europe vs Africa: The refugee double standard

Mehdi Hasan on who is actually bearing the brunt of the refugee crisis.

Human Rights

In Europe, Afghan refugees anticipate deportation

Al Jazeera speaks to Afghan asylum seekers fearing imminent deportation under a new deal between the EU and Afghanistan.

War & Conflict

On the road with Afghan refugees: From Kabul to Lesbos

Afghans undertake perilous journey as situation in Afghanistan deteriorates, and Europe prepares for mass deportations.

Europe

Return to Iraq: Former translator chases safety in US

He became a refugee when militants threatened his life for working as translator with US forces