N Biren Singh concerned about presence of Rohingya in Manipur, urges locals to identify those responsible for their entry
Expressing concern over the presence of Rohingyas in Manipur, Chief Minister N Biren Singh has said efforts should be made to identify the people who are facilitating their entry and providing them shelter in the state.
Wheels of change: In Germany, local initiatives help refugee women feel at home, one bicycle ride at a time
Bicycles in Germany are changing lives of refugee women, as local initiatives like #BIKEYGEES and Bike Bridge are teaching women how to cycle and adapt to their new surroundings better.
Without clarity on the idea of what it is about a culture and a people that requires a homeland, thorny questions surrounding migration and identity will continue to trouble the world.
Bharat is supposed to be the journey of a man and a nation together, but the man in question, Salman Khan, often becomes bigger than the whole nation.
After Italy and Malta refuse entry to migrants rescued off Libya, Spain opens territorial waters for their ship carrying hundreds
Spain on Saturday authorised a ship carrying hundreds of migrants rescued off Libya to sail to its waters after Italy and Malta refused to receive them.
'Europe belongs to Europeans', asserts Dalai Lama; spiritual leader says refugees should help rebuild native countries
"Receive them, help them, educate them... but ultimately they should develop their own country," Dalai Lama said.
Over 1,500 refugees died while trying to reach Europe through Mediterranean Sea in a span of seven months, says UNHCR reports
UNHCR reports have said that more than 1,500 migrants have died while trying to reach Europe through the Mediterranean Sea
Ecuadorian immigrant released from detention camp; judge Paul Crotty slams Donald Trump's 'cruel' zero tolerance policy
US judge Paul Crotty released an Eucadorian immigrant from a detention camp. He slammed Trump's "zero tolerance" policy as "cruel and thoughtless"
The US government is holding 700 immigrant children with them past the court-ordered deadline to reunite them with their families. Authorities said that most families were ineligible or missing
Italy allows Libyan migrants to disembark in Sicily after five European countries agree to take 50 migrants each
Five European countries agreed to take 50 migrants each from the EU border vessel after which, Italy has allowed Libyan migrants to disembark on Sicily
UN member states to sign first-ever agreement to address international migration issues in December; US to boycott deal
All UN member countries, apart from US have agreed to sign a deal "Global Compact" in December to address the international migration issue and recognise refugee rights
Italy, Malta spar over 450 Libyan migrants adrift in Mediterranean Sea; Italian minister Matteo Salvini refuses to allow 'fake refugees' in
Italy and Malta refused to take in 450 Libyan immigrants. Matteo Salvini refused to allow "fake refugees" into the country
Ministers of 28 European countries to hold talks in Austria today to discuss common plan to stem arrival of migrants
Interior ministers of 28 European countries will hold discussions in Austria regarding the stemming of inflow of migrants in the continent
Issue unique IDs for migrants to ensure accountability of refugees to host countries, says Hinduja SP Shanu
Hinduja SP Shanu has proposed issuing unique ID cards for migrants to ensure their accountability to the host countries
Boat carrying 200 Libyan migrants docks in Malta after a week at sea as EU member countries agree to take them in
After staying adrift for a week due to conflicts between the EU countries, a ship carrying 200 migrants arrived at Malta
EU leaders meeting over migration this week will agree to tighten their borders and look at creating “disembarkation” centres outside their territory
Algeria abandoned over 13,000 migrants including pregnant women and children in Sahara Desert over past 14 months
Over 13,000 migrants, including children and pregnant women have been asked to walk out of Algeria to the Sahara Desert by the Algerian government
EU leaders hold talks in Brussels to resolve refugee crisis after Italy's refusal to take in migrants
Germany and France called solutions to the refugee crisis as European Union leaders refusing to take in migrants left them adrift at sea
Italy interior minister asks aid groups to leave rescuing of 1,000 stranded migrants to Libyan coast guard
Italy's interior minister Matteo Salvini told foreign NGOs to stop rescuing migrants off Libya and asked the Libyan coastguard to rescue 1,000 people adrift at the Mediterranean
Pope Francis urges European countries to 'invest wisely' in migrants' home countries, especially those in Africa
Pope Francis has urged European countries "to invest wisely" in work and education in the migrant's countries of origin, especially African countries