Germany

German minister threatens to quit over migration

German interior minister Horst Seehofer offers to resign after rejecting Chancellor Angela Merkel's EU migration deal.

Merkel coalition crisis: Seehofer offers to quit over migration

Hungary

Hungary criminalises helping migrants

Set of controversial laws imposes jail terms on anybody seen to be aiding undocumented immigrants.

Hungary criminalises aiding migrants with 'Stop Soros' bill

Refugees

'We saw corpses along the way'

Kombo Yannick is one of the many African asylum seekers braving the longer Latin America route to the US.

From Cameroon to US-Mexico border: 'We saw corpses along the way'

Refugees

'I never ever thought I'd end up in America'

After being detained for years in Australia's prison on Manus Island, refugees restart lives in US under Obama-era deal.

A refugee's journey from Manus to US: 'I can't believe I'm here'

Interactive

No way, you won't stay: Explore the Manus Island story via chat

Investigate Australia's offshore processing of asylum seekers by chatting to those at the heart of the story.

No way, you won't stay: Explore the Manus Island story via chat

Asylum Seekers

Former ELN kidnap victim faces deportation from UK

Fredy Celis fled Colombia with his family after he was kidnapped by armed group ELN. Now, the UK wants to send him back.

A former ELN kidnap victim is facing deportation from the UK

Canada

Asylum seekers may face tougher hurdles to enter Canada

Canada seeks to alter agreement with the US, which some fear could allow it to turn back thousands from the border.

Asylum seekers may face tougher hurdles to enter Canada

Immigration

Judges sent to US-Mexico border in migrant caravan row

Officials say they are sending a message to the world: Don't enter the US 'illegally'. Advocates say asylum is a right.

Migrant caravan: Lawyers and judges sent to US-Mexico border

Immigration

Members of 'immigrant caravan' begin asylum process in US

Other suspected members of the caravan have been charged with 'illegally entering' the US by the Justice Department.

Members of 'immigrant caravan' begin asylum process in US

Nauru

Nauru abolishes appeal deal with Australia's High Court

Nauru abolishes decades-old legal agreement with Australia, removing the Pacific island's highest court of appeal.

Pacific Island of Nauru scraps link to Australian appeal court

Immigration

Trump's effect on Canada's refugee system

The influx shows no signs of abating. More than 1,500 asylum seekers walked across the border in January.

Trump's effect on Canada's refugee system

In the Field

Deportation or prison: Israel's African asylum seekers

Al Jazeera speaks to Eritreans in Israel who are facing a tough decision: deportation or imprisonment.

United States

Congo asylum seeker in US separated from child for months: ACLU

US immigration agencies have kept a Congolese asylum seeker from her daughter for nearly four months, a lawsuit alleges.

Congo asylum seeker in US separated from child for months: ACLU

Opinion

Israel is not a 'place of refuge'

Contrary to media claims, Israel is not "betraying" its history by deporting asylum seekers. It's continuing it.

Yara Hawari

by Yara Hawari

Yara Hawari

France

French woman faces charges for 'aiding' asylum seekers

Martine Landry was charged with 'aiding' two Guinean asylum seekers on the French side of the France-Italy border.

French woman faces charges for 'aiding' asylum seekers