Latest in Tag: migrant Highlight
Latest in Tag: migrant
Organisation presents 2019 overview, programmatic approach for 2020
The Greek official was referring to thousands of people gathered at the country’s land border with Turkey in the past few days and hundreds still crossing the Aegean Sea on dinghies.
Project targets 4 North African countries including Egypt
Vella ruled on Tuesday that Rackete had not broken the law when she broke the naval blockade
After five days stranded in the Mediterranean sea, the migrant rescue ship Lifeline has said it is not allowed to dock in Malta. Italy’s prime minister had earlier suggested it was.The Mission Lifeline NGO claimed on Tuesday evening that its MV Lifeline ship was “not allowed to enter” Maltese territorial waters. Earlier, Italian Prime Minister …
Spain says it will not accept the Lifeline rescue boat left stranded in the Mediterranean after its rejection by Italy and Malta. This comes as German lawmakers describe the situation on the vessel as precarious.Spanish Economic Development Minister Jose Luis Abalos said on Monday that his country would not offer docking to a NGO boat …
The monitoring included 255 species of birds, Hamada
The values of liberty, tolerance and rational inquiry are not the birthright of a single culture, reminds DW’s Farhad Mirza, exploring the people who were left invisible in the aftermath of the Manchester attacks.In the aftermath of the recent attack in Manchester, the debate on Islam’s compatibility with “western” values has flared once again. When …
To measure the true costs of the recent mass influx of migrants and refugees into Germany, reliable data are a must.
Those on board were believed to have disembarked from Egypt’s northern coast, fleeing from economic and political conditions in East Africa, tentatively reported as Somalia, Ethiopia, and Eritrea
The EU and Turkey have sealed a deal to end the migrant flow. Turkey has agreed to take back all illegal migrants in Europe, and the EU has made membership concessions to Turkey. Andrea Rönsberg reports from Brussels.
The European Union believes dedicating millions of euros to African governments can help ease the migration crisis. Ghanaians don’t totally agree. After two days of negotiations and deliberations, European Union leaders approved a 1.8 billion euro ($2 billion) ‘trust fund’ for Africa. The funds will be used for supporting efforts at preventing conflict, creating jobs, …
“Shoot-to-stop”, arbitrary detentions, and local hostility among the difficulties faced by refugees
250,000 legal workers in Libya, insistence to travel despite security unrest
3 Libyan airlines did not halt flights to Alexandria’s Borg El-Arab Airport while security procedures are tightened
By James M. Dorsey A decision by the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) to abandon plans to adopt a unified contract for domestic workers increases pressure on Qatar to significantly revamp its controversial labour regime in a bid to fend off efforts to deprive it of its right to host the 2022 World Cup. It also …
Hundreds dead in militia violence in the eastern Libya city over past month
Detainees stranded at sea for five days according to Amnesty International