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100,000 Rohyngyas refugees to move to flood-prone island in Bangladesh
Bangladesh has controversial plans to forcefully accommodate 100,000 Rohingya Muslim refugees on a flood-prone island, while more than 750,000 people are currently living in irregular, unsanitary, and crowded camps.
UN chief calls for action to improve status of refugees worldwide
UN General Secretary Antonio Guterres urged the international community to carry out new strategies in order to improve the situations for refugees worldwide.
Stuck in Greek snow, refugees already miss dismal camps
Sitting in the lobby of a disused ski lodge on a northern Greek mountain, Congolese asylum-seeker Sylva Caumba blankly stares at the unfamiliar snow outside.
World gathering on refugees opens in Geneva after ‘decade of displacement’
A three-day global gathering aimed at transforming the way the world responds to refugee situations started in Geneva, Switzerland, on Monday.
Refugees at 'increased risk' from extreme weather, experts say
Refugees and people displaced within countries because of conflict are increasingly vulnerable to the effects of extreme weather, experts say.
Dozens of refugees trying to reach Europe drown as boat sinks off Mauritania
At least 58 refugees trying to reach Europe from West Africa die as their makeshift boat capsized off the coast of Mauritania, but dozens of survivors managed to swim to shore.
Nearly dozen African refugees killed in Saudi artillery shelling in Yemen’s Sa’ada
Nearly a dozen African refugees have lost their lives and many more sustained injuries when artillery shelling targeted an area in Yemen’s mountainous northwestern province of Sa’ada, as Saudi Arabia and a number of its regional allies press ahead with their military aggression against the crisis-hit Arab country.
Four dead, 16 missing after failed Mediterranean rafting
Four refugees have died and up to 16 more are missing after trying to cross into Europe from North Africa on a small raft, Spain's coastguard says.
Harappans were first ‘climate refugees’, study finds
The latest excavations at the Karim Shahi and Vigakot sites in Gujarat, India, dating back to 2,100 BCE and 5th century CE, respectively, right on the Kutch-Pakistan international border, have shed light on how climate change in the post-Harappan period in the Kutch region affected ancient human settlements.
Erdogan threatens again to open Europe floodgates for refugees
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on a visit to EU member Hungary repeated his threat Thursday to "open the gates" for millions of refugees eager to flee to Europe unless more international support was provided.
Unsafe for refugees to live in US: Rights groups
Canadian lawyers and rights groups have taken legal action after finding the United States to be an "unsafe" country for would-be refugees.
Greece relocates hundreds of refugees to mainland as arrivals rise
Greek authorities have moved more asylum-seekers from peripheral islands to mainland Greece amid a surge in refugee arrivals on the remote islands in recent months.
Bangladesh to move Rohingya refugees to remote, flood-prone island
Thousands of Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar who have taken refuge in Bangladesh are now planned to be relocated from camps to a flood-prone island in the Bay of Bengal.

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