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The call comes in response to the airstrikes on the Tajoura Detention Centre, on July 3, according to the UN official site.
Now-detained captain says she broke naval blockade to bring rescued migrants to safety
Foreign workers suffer servitude in Qatar, while refugees in Turkey live in poor conditions, says Okeil
Over 247,000 registered refugees are living in Egypt now
Leaders discussed means of boosting bilateral cooperation between Cairo and Berlin
Egypt’s policy is against idea of refugee camps on its territory, allows refugees to access services on equal footing
In 2017, Egypt experienced highest number of arrivals since 2013, close to 40,000, UNHCR says
Egypt welcomed an offer by Portugal to host a number of refugees currently residing in the country, according to a statement released by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Friday. As a part of the cooperation between the EU and Egypt on the issue, Portugal offered to host 400 refugees in the years 2018 and …
WHO works with national health authorities, international partners for safeguarding refugee health
Foreign minister suggests it necessary to allocate more resources to UNHCR office in Egypt
Sisi, EU discuss migration issues, asylum seekers within Egypt-EU migration dialogue
Egypt signed an agreement with Germany to cooperate in facing illegal immigration
Doctors Without Borders call for humane alternatives for refugees
Among the victims of president Donald Trump’s ban on refugees and immigrants from seven Middle Eastern countries is Kinan Azmeh, a noted Syrian clarinettist and composer. Presently, Azmeh is stuck in Beirut, even though he has an EB-1 “alien with extraordinary abilities” visa and has lived in New York for the past 16 years. The US government’s prohibition for Azmeh …
Two UN migration agencies have called on the US to continue helping people fleeing war and persecution.
This was agreed on in a meeting on Wednesday between the UNHCR and the Minister of Health Ahmed Emad El-Din
A great number of refugees are living in inhumane conditions in a warehouse in Belgrade.
Caught between the burdens of alienation and homesickness and the growing pains of integration is how Arab dreamers live in Europe
We solve problems gradually, says vice president for Potsdam committee Anna Nicolsova
There is a shortage of qualified volunteers, money, and translators to help refugees
Integrating refugees will benefit Germany, especially in the case that they return to their countries as relationships will be strengthened, says Marie Luise von Halem
The head of Germany’s social democratic party (SPD) headquarters in Berlin, Dennis Buchner, ruled out that opening the German border for refugees could be a long-term electoral manoeuvre by chancellor Angela Merkel and the ruling party. He refuted reports that alleged Germany was receiving an increasingly larger amount of refugees, but stressed Germany should not …
Learning the language is key, because most of the problems refugees face stem from a lack of understanding, says a Palestinian working at the refugee house