The wooden fishing boat was carrying 89 onboard when it departed for neighbouring Malaysia through an unguarded route
Russia-Ukraine conflict: How Tajikistan and other Central Asian nations have become accidental victims
The sanctions imposed by the West over the conflict in Ukraine were aimed to cripple Moscow’s economy. They are also causing collateral damage, as millions of migrant workers from Tajikistan, the Kyrgyz Republic, and Uzbekistan working in Russia suffer
The two chief ministers traded allegations over Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s statement in Lok Sabha that the Opposition had instigated and pushed migrants away from Mumbai and Delhi during the first COVID-19 wave
US: Search under way for 39 missing people after boat capsizes near Florida; human smuggling suspected
Migrants have long used the Bahamas as a steppingstone to the US. They typically try to take advantage of breaks in the weather to make the crossing, but the vessels are often dangerously overloaded
The peak came in November, during the course of which least 6,869 people reached the UK, spurred by favourable weather conditions
Survivors said they were on their way to Mexico's Puebla, where they would presumably have contracted with another set of migrant smugglers to take them to the US border
Taking back migrants "would significantly reduce — if not stop — the crossings, saving thousands of lives by fundamentally breaking the business model of the criminal gangs" behind the trafficking, he said in a letter sent to Macron on Thursday evening
UN refugee agency officials and human rights organizations have long denounced the conditions of detention centers for migrants in Libya, citing practices of beatings, rape and other forms of torture and insufficient food
Boshra al-Moallem endured cold nights, mosquitoes, hunger and terrible thirst at the border between Belarus and Poland. Only after she collapsed from exhaustion and dehydration did Polish guards finally take her to a hospital
UK, France grapple with surge in migrant Channel crossings; over 12,000 tried to cross in July alone
Both the countries have worked for years to stop the journeys, without much success
SC tells states/UTs to implement 'One Nation, One Ration Card' scheme by 31 July; all you need to know
The plea sought directions to the Centre and states to ensure food security, cash transfers, and other welfare measures for migrant workers
South Asian migrants stuck in Bosnia put aside worries, play cricket after receiving donation of equipment
A number of teenagers and young men from an asylum seekers camp in Bosnia got together to enjoy a game of cricket, putting aside their struggles.
A migrant father made the perilous sea journey from Turkey to Greece to give his son a chance at a better life. His son died during the voyage, and the father is now charged with his death by Greek authorities.
1232 KMS, the story of seven migrant workers who defied all odds to reach home during the nationwide lockdown, will release on 24 March on Disney+Hotstar
BMC had filed an FIR against Sonu Sood for allegedly converting a six-storey residential building in Mumbai’s Juhu into a hotel without the approval from the civic body.
Pandemic forced the industry to shut shop; filmmakers like me have lived with this uncertainty all along, writes Devashish Makhija
"For filmmakers driven by an artistic impulse, and not market mechanics, the pandemic changed absolutely nothing."
Why anti-migrant rhetoric is all bluster, no action: Nudge and wink policy allows politicians, businessmen to reap benefits
For all the Right-wing anti-migrant rhetoric now popular in many parts of the world, economic imperatives are powering migration flows that no amount of rule-making or wall-building can prevent.
Neutrality is insufficient when communities already see religion as an important part of their personal identity, one they want to hold on to along with their civic identity. It should be possible to have both.
Thirty-seven survivors, mainly from Senegal, Mali, Chad and Ghana, were rescued by local fishermen and later detained by Libyan officials onshore
Bhonsle is reflective of our times, as the migrant vs local conflict is a growing global concern: Manoj Bajpayee
Manoj Bajpayee opens up on his upcoming migrant drama Bhonsle and why it draws parallels with the times we are living in