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Hundreds of displaced Syrians return home from neighboring Lebanon
Hundreds of Syrian refugees have returned to their homeland from various areas in neighboring Lebanon after Syrian government forces and allied fighters from popular defense groups managed to liberate their hometowns from the clutches of foreign-sponsored Takfiri terrorist groups.
Minister: US sanctions disrupting Iran’s services to refugees
Iranian Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli said the economic sanctions imposed by the US against the Islamic Republic are hampering its efforts to serve refugees and asylum seekers.
Rights groups slam French government over condition of refugees
Twenty prominent rights groups have denounced France’s “punitive policy” toward the refugees held in the country’s detention centers, where at least two people recently committed suicide and many others are on hunger strike.
Record 70.8 million people now displaced worldwide, UN says
More than 70 million people were counted last year as displaced from their homes, a record that underestimates the real number of refugees and asylum seekers, the UN said Wednesday.
Myanmar unwilling to repatriate Rohingya Muslim refugees, says Bangladesh PM
Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has strongly denounced Myanmar for delays in the repatriation of persecuted Rohingya Muslim refugees who fled violence in the neighboring country about two years ago.
UN concerned over refugees’ 'ghastly' conditions in Libya
The United Nations (UN) has criticized the “ghastly” conditions in migrant detention centers in Libya, where some refugees have died of tuberculosis and many others have simply disappeared.
Amnesty accuses France authorities of intimidating those helping refugees
Amnesty International has criticized the French government, accusing authorities there of intimidating those who are involved in supporting migrants.
52 refugees forcibly enter Spanish enclave in North Africa
Fifty two African refugees forced their way into Spain's North African enclave of Melilla from Morocco on Sunday by climbing over a towering border fence, Spanish authorities said.
Dozens of refugees drown off Tunisia coast after leaving Libya
At least 50 refugees drowned on Friday when their boat capsized in the Mediterranean Sea off the Tunisian coast after they had left Libya hoping to reach Europe, the United Nations migration agency said.
Woman drowns as 92 refugees reach Greek island: Coast guard
One woman has drowned as 92 refugees reached the Aegean island of Samos, a Greek coast guard official said as the country's officials struggled to deal with the rising number of immigrant arrivals.
UNHCR sends humanitarian aid to flood-hit Iran
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) sent a batch of humanitarian aid to the flood-hit Iranians and refugees living in western parts of Iran.
Iran, Russia, Turkey agree on int'l conference on Syrian refugees’ return
Russia, Iran and Turkey agreed on Wednesday to hold an international conference on the return of Syrian refugees to their homeland, Leonid Slutsky, the head of the Russian lower house's International Affairs Committee said.
Militants hamper exit of refugees from Rukban camp in southern Syria: Russian official
Foreign-sponsored Takfiri militant groups are preventing the safe exit of thousands of displaced Syrians stranded in a camp near the Jordanian border toward government-controlled areas, and continue to terrorize them, the chief of the Russian Reconciliation Center for Syria says.
How retraining refugees in UK could help tackle NHS staffing crisis
When Horani Othman emigrated with his family family from Syria to the UK in 2012, he arrived in there not knowing how he would make ends meet.
Lebanon to rely on Russian strategy for return of Syrian refugees: Minister
Lebanon's minister of state for displaced affairs says his country will stick primarily to the Russian strategy for the return of Syrian refugees to their homeland.

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