Migrants crossing the Mediterranean Sea in search of an improved way of life for themselves and their loved ones now are fighting the reception of the local population which is sometimes welcoming and sometimes not very and without mention the feared coronavirus.
It was a region in the north-west of Syria which is largely held by rebel forces which confirmed its very first case of Covid-19 last month, raising fears that there could be a tragic outbreak of the disease in the crowded camps which are holding the displaced men women and children of Syria.
On the last UN Refugee Day – 20th June – UNHCR presented a new, dramatic picture of the phenomenon of forcibly displaced people from across the world. According to the UN refugee agency, the people forced […]
There are a couple of reasons why Climate change is creating a new category of refugee. First, climate change contributes to rising seas, as ocean water warms, it expands. That along with simultaneous increased melting of […]
None of the EU member states expressed a desire to build a control centre for migrants on their territory, states a diplomatic source in Brussels. “The EU members have not agreed to host the control centre,” […]
According to Medecins Sans Frontieres, around 100 migrants died as a result of the crash of two inflatable boats off the coast of Libya. As stated in the report, all victims are residents of Africa. On […]
The European Commission has allocated almost 40 million euros to improve the conditions of migrants in Greece. “Today, the Commission issued to grant extra cash for migrants in Greece within the framework of the Asylum, Migration […]
Two Italian ships allowed to land 450 migrants in Sicily after five European countries agreed to accept them. Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte said that Span, Portugal, France, Germany, and Malta had come forward in response to […]