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EU border force 'complicit' in illegal campaign to stop refugees landing
The EU’s border agency, Frontex, has been accused of complicity in illegal and often dangerous pushbacks aimed at preventing asylum seekers crossing the Aegean Sea.
Refugees who assisted US military find door to America slammed shut
The certificate of appreciation that Hanadi al-Haidari’s family received for providing shelter, food and translation services for the United States military still looks brand-new, without even a crease. She keeps it next to her Iraqi passport in her new home in Denver.
UNHCR bolsters payments to vulnerable refugees in Iran amid pandemic
The UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has increased its payments to thousands of vulnerable refugees currently based in Iran who have faced economic difficulties amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, agency representative Babar Baloch said at a press briefing in the Swiss city of Geneva on Tuesday.
COVID-19 inducing ‘widespread despair’ among refugees, UNHCR says
The consequences of the prolonged COVID-19 pandemic, deteriorating socio-economic conditions, protracted displacement and the critical shortfall in solutions to displacement are leading to widespread despair among refugees, warned UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).
Number of refugees living in Germany falls for first time in nine years
The number of refugees and asylum-seekers living in Germany has fallen for the first time in nine years, according to newly released government figures.
German towns unite to offer refugees shelter from the storm
Seen from afar, Germany, like most of Europe, looks hopelessly divided over how best to handle the refugees stuck in miserable conditions along its borders. But a movement of German towns is arguing they can help alleviate the crisis on their own.
Germany to take in 1,500 refugees, easing burden on Greece after Lesbos fires
Germany agreed to take in more than 1,500 refugees now living in Greece, in a challenge to other wealthy European countries that have been reluctant to help Greece resettle thousands of people left homeless after blazes last week destroyed Europe’s largest refugee camp.
Greek PM calls for European solidarity with refugees
The Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis called for European solidarity with a view to the situation of refugees in his country.
Three Rohingya refugees die days after seven-month ordeal on boat
At least three young Rohingya refugees have died this week since landing in Indonesia after seven months at sea, relief workers said.
Locked out by pandemic, refugees' lives put on hold
When Michelle Alfaro left her office at the United Nations in Geneva on March 13, her job finding homes for the world’s most vulnerable refugees was under control.

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