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EUROPE'S MIGRANT AND REFUGEE CRISIS
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Israel Tells African Migrants, Asylum-Seekers To Leave Or Go To Jail
The UNHCR has said the ultimatum would violate international refugee law, and two East African nations deny making any deals on the matter with Israel.
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'It's Like Hell': Inside Libya's EU-Backed Abuse Of Migrants
Amnesty International accuses European governments of complicity in Libya's corrupt system.
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Jesus And Mary Depicted As Migrants At Sea In Italian Town's Nativity Display
Jesus himself had to flee persecution as a child.
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More Than 3,000 Migrants Have Died Crossing The Mediterranean This Year
The number of migrant crossings is decreasing, but the fatality rate is rising.
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Ai Weiwei: 'Nationality And Borders Are Barriers To Our Intelligence And Imagination'
The WorldPost sat down with Ai to discuss his new documentary about the refugee crisis.
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Up To 50 Migrants Killed Off Coast Of Yemen After Smuggler Forces Them Overboard
The average age of migrants on board was 16.
'Far-Right Hipsters' Are Crowdfunding To Send Migrants Back To Africa
"An invasion is taking place," the group's website says. "This massive immigration is changing the face of our continent."
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Catastrophe Looms If NGOs Are Forced To Halt Rescue Missions In Mediterranean, Report Warns
As the number of migrants and refugees attempting to reach Europe soars, aid groups have come under fierce criticism from European politicians and officials.
Why I March: Climate Change And Migration Have Everything To Do With Each Other
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Climate deniers everywhere are ensuring that communities across the globe continue to be displaced.
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Teen Boy Is Only Survivor Of Shipwreck That Killed 146 Migrants
It's a tragically common storyline in the central Mediterranean.
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Five Bodies Found, Hundreds Feared Dead As Migrant Boats Sink Off Libya: NGO
The aid group said two boats that sunk in the Mediterranean were probably carrying more than 100 people each.
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Are Germany's Hate Crimes A Preview Of What Climate Change Could Bring?
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Predictions of migrations due to climate change dwarf the Syrian refugee crisis.
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Bodies Of 74 Migrants Wash Up On Libyan Beach
By Aidan Lewis, Reuters
The migrants were all adults, mostly from sub-Saharan African countries, and all but three of them were men.
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Hundreds Of Migrants And Refugees Are Sleeping Outdoors In Paris
And up to 100 more are joining them on the streets each day, aid groups say.
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Migrants Dying Of Hypothermia In Greece Are A Reminder Of An Ongoing Tragedy
Many are left with no option but to attempt the extreme, like cross a river in sub-zero temperatures.
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Chilling Photos Of What Refugees Left Behind At Lesbos Beach
For many people, the island is the first glimpse of Europe after crossing the Aegean Sea.
Refugees Take Us Inside Their Fight For Survival In This Harrowing Film
Displaced people use camera phone footage to highlight life on the run in "Exodus."
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French PM: Europe At Risk Of Collapse; France, Germany Must Lead
By Michelle Martin and Joseph Nasr, Reuters
“Europe is in danger of falling apart,” French Prime Minister Manuel Valls said. “So Germany and France have a huge responsibility.”
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