Asia Pacific

Why Australia is paying a $53m asylum seeker settlement

How will 'landmark' settlement between government and 1,905 Manu Island ex-detainees affect Australia's refugee policy?

Why Australia is paying a $53m asylum seeker settlement

Middle East

UN agency fears for Africans held by gang in Libya

Video posted on Facebook shows abused Somalis and Ethiopians 'huddled fearfully in a concrete room'.

UN agency fears for Africans held by gang in Libya

Human Rights

Australia to pay $53m to Manus Island asylum seekers

Government says settlement with 1,905 Manus detainees, who sued over 'hostile conditions', is 'not admission of guilt'.

Shorts

A day in the life of a child refugee in Belgrade

Eleven-year-old Abuzar from Baghlan province in Afghanistan travelled on his own to Serbia. This is his story.

A day in the life of a child refugee in Belgrade

Middle East

Israel calls for end of UN Palestinian refugee agency

Prime Minister Netanyahu calls for total shut down of UNRWA, saying it is responsible for incitement against Israel.

Israel calls for end of UN Palestinian refugee agency

Human Rights

Is Europe leaving child refugees stranded and alone?

Asylum-seeking minors with relatives in other EU countries are entitled to be reunited with them, but it rarely happens.

Europe's child refugee family reunion system is failing

Refugees

NGOs reject claims of collusion with people smugglers

Aid workers say accusation intended to deflect public attention from "failure" of EU's counter-smuggling efforts.

Refugees

Sudan violence has displaced 'almost 4m in 14 years'

Norwegian Refugee Council ranks country as number three in world's neglected crises as fighting enters its 14th year.

Africa

Babies among 44 dead migrants found in Niger desert

Dozens attempting to reach Libya to get to Europe die of thirst as vehicle breaks down in northern Niger, officials say.

More than 40 migrants 'die of thirst' in Niger

Germany

Refugees and Germans come together for 'Meet n' Eat'

For more than a year, refugees and Germans have met up each week in an east Berlin neighbourhood to cook together.

Refugees and Germans come together for 'Meet n' Eat'

Opinion

Who is really responsible for deadly refugee journeys?

The EU should stop blaming NGOs for saving lives at sea and start tackling the problems that force people to migrate.

Mohammed Harun Arsalai

by Mohammed Harun Arsalai

Mohammed Harun Arsalai

Italy

Libyan coastguard opened fire at refugee boats: NGOs

Aid groups say 70 refugees jumped into Mediterranean waters to avoid being shot as speedboat interrupted rescue.

Libyan coastguard opened fire at refugee boats: NGOs

Refugees

Refugees drown in tragedy in the Mediterranean Sea

Children among 34 reportedly dead after about 200 migrants and refugees fall off overloaded vessel while being rescued.

Refugees drown off Libya's Mediterranean coast

Al Jazeera Documentaries

The New Germans

Exploring Germany's reception of new immigrants and its long-term pursuit of Arab migrants as a demographic strategy.

Human Rights

How an Afghan refugee is fighting Greece's far-right

One Afghan refugee's journey from his war-torn homeland resulted in him fighting Greece's far-right Golden Dawn party.

From NATO to Antifa: One Afghan's journey to Greece