Further evidence of Malta’s strategy to push migrants back to the conflict zone of Libya has been revealed by a woman who survived a Mediterranean crossing in which 12 people died.
Twelve die as Malta uses private ships to push migrants back to Libya
The coronavirus pandemic is exacerbating the existing vulnerabilities of the world’s refugees and internally displaced people, according to a report.
Coronavirus crisis 'increases suffering of most vulnerable refugees': Report
Rwandan genocide fugitive Felicien Kabuga, whose arrest on Saturday ended 26 years on the run, was a frail, elderly man who said little to neighbors and who would take a stroll most days outside of his apartment in a well-off suburb of Paris.
Rwanda genocide fugitive lived incognito in Paris
For the thousands of cruise ship crew members stuck at sea aboard their vessels as the coronavirus crisis unfolds, the situation is psychologically intense, to say the least.
Mental strain is huge for cruise crew members stuck at sea
As Amazon becomes an increasingly important lifeline in the pandemic crisis, it is being hit with a wave of criticism from activists, politicians and others who question the tech giant's growing influence.
Amazon hit from all sides as crisis highlights growing power
Justice for Ahmaud Arbery, a black man killed during a pursuit by a white American man and his son in Georgia, isn’t just prison time for his killers — it’s changes in a local justice system that never charged them with a crime, rallygoers said Saturday.
Hundreds demand justice for Arbery at Georgia rally
The last time Víctor Calderón saw his son, Miguel, alive was on the eve of Venezuela’s coronavirus shutdown in mid-March.
Latin America's prisons reel from COVID-19
As countries around the world close their borders to contain the spread of COVID-19, Amnesty International is calling on Canada to set an example of humane treatment of refugees and open its borders to asylum seekers from the US.
Amnesty International calls on Canada to open border to refugees from US
At least 24 migrant workers trying to return home during a nationwide lockdown were killed in a crash between two lorries in northern India.
Road accident kills 24 migrant workers in India
Dr. Dina Abdel-Salam watched in terror last month as scores of strangers gathered under the balcony of her aunt’s empty apartment in the Egyptian city of Ismailia, where she’d temporarily sheltered after leaving her elderly parents at home to protect them from exposure to the coronavirus.
Medics around the world face hostility over virus stigma

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