Refugees

Libyan coastguard left refugees to die in Mediterranean: NGO

A woman and a child were found dead hours after they were left in their damaged boat by the Libyan coastguard.

Libyan coastguard left refugees to die in Mediterranean: NGO

Refugees

Refugees fleeing CAR violence struggle in Cameroon

Hundreds of thousands of people have found safe haven in Cameroon but have limited access to food, water and healthcare.

Refugees fleeing CAR violence struggle in Cameroon

Netherlands

'Newcomer sounds nicer': A Dutch debate over refugees

A debate over words simmers in the Netherlands. But what do refugees, or newcomers, think of constantly being defined?

Newcomer or refugee? Why the Dutch are sensitive about labels

Europe

Hundreds march from Italy border to UK in migrant solidarity

Charity workers and volunteers arrive in London after retracing the steps of refugees and migrants heading through France to reach Great Britain.

Romania

The refugee church in Romania run by a Sudanese pastor

Peter Rong arrived in the Romanian capital as a student. More than 26 years later, he serves as an activist pastor.

Meet the Sudanese pastor of a 'refugee church' in Bucharest

Refugees

Europe: Moves to further limit refugee flow prompt concern

Italy, Germany and Austria plan to hold talks to 'close' the southern refugee route into Europe.

Europe: Moves to further limit refugee flow prompt concern

US-Mexico border

Meet the deported nurse helping refugees at the border

Francisco 'Panchito' Olachea drives a beat-up ambulance around Nogales, taking care of those trying to get to the US.

Meet the deported nurse aiding asylum seekers at US-Mexico border

Rohingya

Rohingya father: I couldn't save my son from the rain

The UN estimates that about 200,000 Rohingya refugees, including over 100,000 children are threatened by flooding rains.

 Monsoon season threatens Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh

Asylum Seekers

US judge blocks ICE's 'arbitrary detention' of asylum seekers

US federal judge issues preliminary injunction ordering ICE to stop the 'arbitrary detention' of asylum seekers.

US judge blocks ICE's 'arbitrary detention' of asylum seekers

Europe

German interior minister drops resignation threat over migration

Horst Seehofer says a compromise was reached in a migration dispute that threatened Merkel's government.

German interior minister drops resignation threat over migration

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

Opinion

Demonising children at US and European borders

The US government's tried to deflect criticism of its family separation policy by presenting children as a threat.

Lewis Turner

by Lewis Turner

Lewis Turner

Voices

'I start by looking at dramatic photos of destruction'

New Haven-based architect recreates the streets of Damascus in tiny form, with the living and dead side by side.

Mohamad Hafez: Homesick Syrian artist makes miniature war scenes

Counting the Cost

EU reform, migration and the economy

We look at efforts to reform the European Union and to address the migration challenge.

Inside Story

Can Afghanistan cope with its returnees from Pakistan?

Over two million Afghan refugees in Pakistan live in uncertainty, as a deadline for them to leave the country expires.