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Over 30,000 refugees flee violence in northwestern Nigeria in last two months
More than 30,000 Nigerian refugees have arrived in Niger’s Maradi Region during the past two months alone, tripling the number who have fled there since last year.
Rohingya refugees tell Malaysia how dozens perished during four-month voyage
Survivors from a boat crammed with over 300 Rohingya Muslim refugees told Malaysian authorities that dozens of their people perished and their bodies were thrown in the sea during a tortuous four-month voyage.
Dozens gather in Toronto to demand permanent status for refugees amid COVID-19
Dozens gathered in Nathan Phillips Square in downtown Toronto for a peaceful rally on Saturday to demand that the federal government let asylum seekers stay permanently in Canada as the pandemic continues.
Number of refugees worldwide has doubled in a decade: UNHCR
Nearly 80 million people worldwide were uprooted at the end of 2019 after fleeing wars or persecution, a record figure capping a “tumultuous” decade of displacement, the United Nations said on Thursday.
Coronavirus crisis 'increases suffering of most vulnerable refugees': Report
The coronavirus pandemic is exacerbating the existing vulnerabilities of the world’s refugees and internally displaced people, according to a report.
Amnesty International calls on Canada to open border to refugees from US
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.
Refugees stranded in Greece by COVID-19 fly to UK
A group of 50 refugees and asylum seekers flew from Greece to Britain on Monday to reunite with relatives in a transfer that had been held up by the coronavirus lockdown.
Refugees sue German government for invasion of privacy
A group of refugees has sued the German government for accessing personal data on their mobile phones, which they said constituted an unnecessary invasion of privacy, a lawyer for the group confirmed.
Pandemic complicates counting of refugees in census in US
The care packages, left outside closed apartment doors to curb the coronavirus, offer newly arrived refugee families a few items to ease their transition to life in the United States — canned goods, fresh produce and a short lesson in the importance of the census.
Hundreds of Rohingya refugees stuck at sea, say rights groups
Hundreds more Rohingya refugees remain stuck at sea, rights groups warned, just one day after it emerged that dozens of people died onboard a boat that was refused entry to Malaysia and left adrift for two months.
Denmark refugees feel left out from lauded coronavirus policies
For Daniel Christiansen, lockdown measures amid the coronavirus measures simply mean another form of isolation.
By refusing refugees, Poles, Hungarians and Czechs 'broke EU law'
The European Union's top court ruled that Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic had broken the law by refusing to host refugees to help ease the burden on southern EU states such as Greece and Italy after a surge in migrant arrivals from 2015.
Hope fades for refugees in Malaysia as US closes door
In December, Saw Kaw Lar received an unexpected call.
Cameroon refugees struggle to cope with life of need in Nigeria
Anna Nga longed to see her children return to the classroom again.
Erdogan warns 'millions' of refugees heading into Europe, Ankara will not stop them
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says Ankara has no plans to stop the flow of migrants into the European Union (EU), warning that “millions of refugees” will soon be moving toward Turkey’s borders with the bloc.

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