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Deported from Belgium, tortured in Sudan

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Has Belgium failed in its duty to protect asylum seekers?

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'We don't need her' Germany will survive without Merkel fumes ex-finance minister

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GERMANY’S former finance minister has claimed it does not matter if Angela Merkel fails to form a coalition and said the country was still “suffering” from an influx of asylum seekers encouraged by its open border policy.

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[Ticker] German far-right float anti-asylum bill

Added: 19.01.2018 8:00 | 0 views | 0 comments

Germany's far-right AfD party on Thursday proposed a bill that would ban asylum seekers in the country from reuniting with family members from war-torn countries. The proposal marks the AfD's first bill in the parliament since becoming the third-largest political party. "The incentives to come here must end," said AfD's Gottfried Curio.

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Italy's migrants teach themselves to stand up for themselves

Added: 18.01.2018 19:06 | 0 views | 0 comments


It used to be that when a migrant here was the victim in a car accident – a fender bender or such – the local police would still end up blaming them for the collision. “I’ve been teaching them to stand for their rights and told them to keep evidence when they interact with the authorities. For more than a decade, the Refugees and Asylum Seekers Movement in Caserta (MMRC) has been helping migrants stand up to exploitative employers and appeal effectively for documents that allow them to find legal jobs and houses.

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[Ticker] Asylum numbers drop in Germany

Added: 16.01.2018 11:42 | 1 views | 0 comments

The number of people seeking asylum in Germany in 2017 was down by more than 100,000 from the previous year, the interior ministry said Tuesday. 186,644 asylum seekers were registered last year in Germany compared to around 280,000 the year before and 890,000 in 2015, when the migration crisis peaked. "The crisis of the extremely high figure of 2015 and 2016 has been overcome," interior minister Thomas de Maiziere said.

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Exclusive: France expects UK to pay up, take more refugees to keep border - official

Added: 14.01.2018 22:45 | 1 views | 0 comments

France expects Britain to agree to take more asylum seekers and pay more for border security in order to maintain a frontier on the French side of the Channel, a French government official said.

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Japan to curb asylum seekers' right to work from Monday

Added: 14.01.2018 8:05 | 0 views | 0 comments


Japan will limit asylum seekers' right to work from Monday, making changes to its refugee system that are likely to swell the numbers of those in detention centers, the justice ministry said, prompting refugee groups to flag humanitarian concerns. The move to tighten one of the developed world's toughest refugee systems, which accepted just ten during the period from January to September last year, is a bid to clamp down on what Japan views as a system of back-door immigration. From Monday, the right to work is to be limited only to those Japan regards as bonafide refugees, while repeat applicants and those failing initial checks will be held in detention centers after their permission to stay in Japan expires, the justice ministry said.

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Migrants' integration woes spook Europe

Added: 13.01.2018 21:33 | 1 views | 0 comments

January 14, 2018 5:00 AM
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's decision to throw open her country's borders to refugees and asylum seekers during two summer months in 2015 has acutely divided the continent ever since.

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Japan to curb asylum seekers' right to work from Monday

Added: 13.01.2018 6:51 | 0 views | 0 comments


Japan will limit asylum seekers' right to work from Monday, making changes to its refugee system that are likely to swell the numbers of those in detention centers, the justice ministry said, prompting refugee groups to flag humanitarian concerns. The move to tighten one of the developed world's toughest refugee systems, which accepted just ten during the period from January to September last year, is a bid to clamp down on what Japan views as a system of back-door immigration. From Monday, the right to work is to be limited only to those Japan regards as bonafide refugees, while repeat applicants and those failing initial checks will be held in detention centers after their permission to stay in Japan expires, the justice ministry said.

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