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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.
US judge says conditions in overcrowded border holding cells violate Constitution
A US judge has ruled in favor of refugees, held in overcrowded border detention centers under inhumane conditions, banning authorities from holding asylum seekers for more than 48 hours in a facility in the state of Arizona.
UN praises Iran, Pakistan for hosting Afghan refugees in past 40 years
United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres praised Iran and Pakistan for hosting millions of Afghan refugees during the past four decades.
Digital lifeline for refugees in Bulgaria, and beyond
Single mother-of-two Sara Faizi from Afghanistan faced a dead end when she arrived in Bulgaria in 2018: The former bank branch operations manager needed a job but neither spoke the local language nor had any contacts.
Sudan refugees forced to sleep in desert after clash with Niger security forces
Sudanese refugees in Niger said they have been living in an atmosphere of fear and intimidation after security forces cracked down on protests calling for better living conditions.
Greek police fire tear gas at protesting refugees on Lesbos
Greek police have fired tear gas to disperse migrants and refugees protesting about conditions in migrant camps on the island of Lesbos and the slow pace of processing asylum requests.
Greek police fire tear gas at protesting migrants, refugees on Lesbos
Greek police fired tear gas to disperse migrants and refugees protesting on Monday about conditions in migrant camps on the island of Lesbos and the slow pace of processing asylum requests.
A tourist-spot church turned refugee camp
Hundreds of refugees and asylum seekers have been crammed into a church in the center of the South African city of Cape Town for four months. They are desperate to move to another country.
Mexico deports 2,300 US-bound Honduran refugees
Mexican migration authorities say they have deported 2,300 Honduran refugees who crossed over from Guatemala with a caravan heading to the United States.
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.

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