A woman set fire to her tent on the island of Lesbos in a suicide attempt after her family’s relocation to Germany was delayed.
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Nine months after she fled Syria, Maisam met Marvin in Germany. Their relationship gave her a surrogate family while she was separated from her own.
President Biden is trying to untangle an interlocking web of Trump-era border restrictions, leading for now to disparate treatment of migrants and rampant confusion.
The president’s challenge will be to reverse many of his predecessor’s immigration restrictions while managing the soaring expectations of migrants.
The decision by Frontex comes after Hungary disregarded a ruling by the E.U.’s top court that the way the country handles asylum seekers violated the bloc’s law.
An abduction and a murder have scared dissidents seeking shelter in Turkey into looking further afield for safety.
Asylum seekers detained in Australian hotels, deprived of sunlight and sometimes fresh air, had no idea how long their ordeal would last. For some, it’s now over.
The five men fled by boat to Taiwan in July, soon after China imposed Hong Kong’s harsh national security law. This week, they landed in New York.
A German officer is facing trial on terrorism charges. At a volatile time for Western democracy, his story mirrors the story of Germany itself.
The prominent dissident fled to London shortly before a security law was imposed in Hong Kong. Affording him asylum would likely incense China.