Refugees

'Tolerated' in Romania after surviving deadly Black Sea

After travelling to Romania from Turkey via the dangerous Black Sea, refugees and migrants struggle to survive.

Refugees 'tolerated' after crossing deadly Black Sea

Refugees

Why refugees are occupying office of Greek ruling party

With the support of local anti-fascists, 34 refugees have taken over an office belonging to Greece's ruling party.

Refugees occupy Syriza party office in Lesbos

Refugees

Ex-New Zealand PM: Manus refugees deserve humanity

Former Prime Minister Helen Clark calls out Australia for refusing offer to take in 150 refugees on Manus Island.

Ex-New Zealand PM: Manus refugees deserve humanity

Refugees

The tragic death of a six-year-old refugee in Serbia

Family of Afghan Madina Husein was being deported by Croatia to Serbia in the dark when the child was fatally struck.

The tragic death of a six-year-old refugee in Serbia

Greece

'This is a big prison': Refugees fear biting winter

Rights groups have warned of an impending humanitarian disaster as winter approaches and conditions decline in camps.

Refugees fear winter at cramped and decrepit Moria camp

Refugees

US withdraws from global refugee and migrant compact

US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley said the United States aims to decide on its own migration policy.

US withdraws from UN Global Compact on Migration

Refugees

Refugees held at Lesbos resort to self-harm to 'leave the island'

A surge in refugees heading to Greece in the past three months is putting a strain on emergency facilities.

Scotland

'Nae bother': Migrants study Scottish vernacular

From doctors and mothers to jobseekers and asylum-seekers, students in Glasgow learn the intricacies of local dialect.

Inside Story

Who is to blame for African migrants' slavery in Libya?

Video of slaves apparently being auctioned in Libya is causing widespread outrage.

Libya

African refugees bought, sold and murdered in Libya

Human trafficker tells Al Jazeera that refugees are being bought and sold in Libyan 'slave markets'.

African refugees bought, sold and murdered in Libya

Greece

Greece's Lesbos: 'Guantanamo Bay of Europe' for refugees

Refugees stranded on the Greek island face a harsh winter, with conditions inside the main government-run camp barely meeting their basic needs.

Opinion

Slave trade under the walls of 'Fortress Europe'

The migration policies of the European Union have directly resulted in slavery conditions for migrants in Libya.

Joey Ayoub

by Joey Ayoub

Joey Ayoub

Refugees

Manus Island refugee: 'I was beaten with iron bars'

Footage shot by refugees appears to show police and Papua New Guinean immigration officers hitting refugees with metal bars.

Refugees

Afghan boy, 10, 'crushed to death' on Greece-bound boat

Family of five was among 65 people trying to reach Greek island of Lesbos on a flimsy boy that had departed from Turkey.

Afghan boy, 10, 'crushed to death' on Greece-bound boat

Refugees

Fears of 'excessive force' as Manus refugees targeted

Security forces storm former Australian detention camp to remove hundreds of refugees refusing for weeks to leave.