Syria's War

Death toll rises in Syria's Yarmouk refugee camp

Dozens of civilians have been killed in the latest bout of fighting in Syria's Yarmouk camp for Palestinian refugees.

Estimated 60 percent of Yarmouk destroyed amid violence: Group

Refugees

Rights groups slam Greece's decision to ignore refugee ruling

More than 20 groups issue statement condemning government's move to overturn ruling allowing freedom for new arrivals.

Rights groups slam Greece's decision to ignore refugee ruling

Europe

Italy court rules refugee rescue ship to stay impounded

Supreme Court decision is a renewed blow to nongovernmental organisations operating in the Mediterranean.

Italian court rules Iuventa rescue vessel will remain impounded

The Far Right

'Burn them alive': Refugees attacked on Greece's Lesbos

Mob of far-right protesters attack group of refugees and migrants, sparking clashes on the Greek island.

Far-right attacks increase tension in Greece's Lesbos

France

France's National Assembly approves tough immigration reform

Bill shortens asylum applications and introduces a one-year prison sentence for entering France illegally.

France's National Assembly approves tough immigration reform

United States

Iranians sue US over 'mass denials' of refugee status

The Iranians are religious minorities seeking refugee status through a special US government programme.

Iranians sue US government over 'mass denials' of refugee status

Greece

Refugees on Greek islands angry at freedom for new arrivals

Rights group call Greek government to lift refugees' movement restrictions independently from the date of arrival.

Refugees on Greek islands angry at freedom for new arrivals

France

French parliament to debate 'tough' immigration reform

Disputed bill proposed by French government seeks to speed up asylum applications and expedite deportations.

Asia Pacific

'It's going to be OK one day': Syrian asylum seeker in KL airport

The Syrian asylum seeker, who's been stuck in Kuala Lumpur airport for more than a month, has received a swell of support from strangers on social media.

Refugees

Facing pushbacks, more refugees reach Greece by land

Greek police detained 1,658 refugees and migrants in March after they crossed the border from Turkey by land.

Refugees increasingly entering Greece via land routes

Africa

Thousands of DR Congo refugees escaping violence to Uganda

Al Jazeera travels Lake Albert, on the DR Congo-Uganda border, to meet some of the refugees who have fled violence in Congo.

Syria's War

Syria's refugee children: Futures lost to the war

An entire generation of Syrians has lost the opportunity of getting an education because of the war.

Syria's refugee children: Futures lost to the war

Reporter's Notebook

Rohingya: Fleeing to Malaysia for safety

There are more than 62,000 Rohingya in Malaysia, escaping persecution at home in Myanmar, but are unable to settle down.

Human Rights

'We want freedom': Detained Afghan refugees' plea

More than 150 refugees from Afghanistan have been locked up in a detention centre in Indonesia.

France

Refugees hoping to reach France find solidarity in the Alps

The resort town of Claviere in the Italian Alps is being used as a staging point for refugees trying to reach France.

Refugees hoping to reach France find solidarity in the Alps