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Music: Argentina's prison choir and Italy's migrant orchestra

Prisoners in Argentina and an orchestra of migrant musicians in Italy use music to bring hope and fight xenophobia.

Refugees

Sea of blood: Meet rescuers saving refugees

They come from across the world and risk imprisonment to work on the Ocean Viking rescue ship in the Mediterranean.

Sea of blood: Meet rescuers saving refugees

Europe

UK: Truck driver pleads guilty to immigration offences

Maurice Robinson was not asked for a plea on 39 charges of manslaughter he faces.

UK: Truck driver pleads guilty to immigration offences

Greece

Greece to shut down overcrowded refugee camps on islands

Authorities say the camps, including Moria on Lesbos island, will be replaced with larger-capacity closed facilities.

Greece to shut down overcrowded refugee camps on islands

Child rights

UN expert corrects claim on children in US migration detention

UN expert Manfred Nowak corrects claim, but says US still holds more children than other countries.

UN expert corrects claim on children in US migration detention

Human Rights

Scores of refugees and migrants rescued off Libya coast

The rescued people include 56 adults and 38 children, with 29 of them being unaccompanied.

Ocean Viking rescues 94 people off Libya's coast

Inside Story

Who should be tackling Bosnia's migrant crisis?

Bosnia says it is struggling to cope with influx of people fleeing war and poverty and taking Balkan route to Europe.

Refugees

Behrouz Boochani leaves Manus Island after six years, lands in NZ

The Kurdish Iranian writer, held in PNG since 2013, says he may seek asylum in New Zealand or the US.

Behrouz Boochani leaves Manus Island after six years, lands in NZ

Child rights

US held record 69,550 migrant children in custody in 2019: Report

Children detained spent more time in shelters, away from their families than in prior years, AP, Frontline reported.

US held record 69,550 migrant children in custody in 2019: Report

France

French police clear migrant makeshift camps in northern Paris

More than 1,600 people were cleared, a day after the government announced tighter immigration policies.

French police clear migrant makeshift camps in northern Paris

Migrants

'Sexual assaults': Bangladesh seeks worker's return from Saudi

In a Facebook video, migrant worker Sumi Akter alleged 'merciless sexual assaults' by her Saudi employers.

'Sexual assaults': Bangladesh seeks worker's return from Saudi

Human Rights

Anti-migration deal between Italy and Libya renewed

New Italian government signals no intention of changing course despite calls from human rights groups to revoke it.

Anti-migration deal between Italy and Libya renewed

Europe

New law in Greece against asylum-seeking criticised

New law will make it more difficult to claim asylum. Rights groups say law falls short of European standards.

Yemen

For migrants, stopover in Yemen often means rape and torture

Arrests of known brokers prompted people to turn to unreliable traffickers, taking more dangerous paths.

For migrants, stopover in Yemen often means rape and torture

Europe

Italy: Rescue ship with 104 people can dock after 11 days at sea

Government gives permission to Ocean Viking to disembark stranded passengers it picked off Libya's coast on October 18.

Italy: Rescue ship with 104 people can dock after 11 days at sea