United States

Journalists covering migrant caravans face extra screening in US

Leaked documents show that US Customs and Border Protection has compiled a list of dozens of people to be screened thoroughly at the US-Mexico border.

Rohingya

UN seeks $920m to support Rohingya refugees in 2019

More than half the money is earmarked for critical aid including food, water, sanitation and shelter.

UN seeks $920m to support Rohingya refugees in 2019

People & Power

Niger: Europe Migration

Investigating the programme that has helped turn one of the world's poorest nations into Europe's southern border.

Germany

Desperate journeys: Three years since migrant influx in Germany

After three years, how successful has Germany been in integrating more than a million migrants and refugees into society?

Middle East

Why thousands of Palestinian refugees are moving out of Lebanon

Over the years, their number has dropped to 175,000 from 450,000 as they seek new routes to leave desperate conditions.

Human Rights

Amnesty chief Q&A: Women's resilience is what world needs today

As the UN Declaration of Human Rights turns 70, Kumi Naidoo discusses the state of women's rights.

Amnesty chief Q&A: Women's resilience is what world needs today

Refugee Crisis

Refugee ship Aquarius to stop rescue mission in the Mediterranean

Rescue organisation SOS Mediterranee and MSF say they will end operation after relentless pressure from EU states.

Refugee ship Aquarius to stop rescue mission in the Mediterranean

Morocco

Raped, abused and harassed: Tale of female migrants in Morocco

A third of female migrants were abused on their way, research shows. The suffering doesn't end when they reach Morocco.

Raped, abused and harassed: Tale of female migrants in Morocco

Libya

Libya uses tear gas, rubber bullets to force migrants off ship

More than 90 refugees and migrants refused to leave rescue ship in a standoff that lasted 10 days.

Libya uses tear gas, rubber bullets to force migrants off ship

Refugee Crisis

Aid groups condemn Italy's order to seize Aquarius rescue ship

The migrant rescue ship is suspected of passing off 24 tonnes of toxic waste as ordinary waste, Italian media reported.

Aid groups condemn Italy's order to seize Aquarius rescue ship

Refugee Crisis

Barricaded refugees 'ready to die' than return to Libya detention

More than 70 people refusing to leave docked ship in Misrata say they face torture and detention if they disembark.

Barricaded refugees 'ready to die' than return to Libya detention

Talk to Al Jazeera

Amin Awad: No end in sight for MENA refugee crisis

The director of UNHCR's MENA bureau talks about refugee crisis, countries shirking responsibility and future solutions.

Canada

Trudeau 'sorry' for Canada turning away Jewish refugees in 1939

German ship with more than 900 Jews fleeing the horrors of Nazi persecution was turned away in 1939.

Trudeau 'sorry' for Canada turning away Jewish refugees in 1939

Witness

Halima Aden: From refugee to Somali American hijabi model

Can the Somali American model navigate New York's demanding fashion industry while balancing family expectations?

Refugee Crisis

Nearly 60,000 migrants have died or gone missing since 2014: AP

Figure is almost double the number recorded by the UN's IOM agency, which mainly tracks migration to Europe.

Nearly 60,000 migrants have died or gone missing since 2014: AP