Migrant And Refugee Crisis

"At least while we crochet, we don’t think about it," said one member of a group providing therapy and income to women who fled Russia's invasion.
"When I was 16, I fled the war in my native Bosnia and was fortunate to find refuge in the United States."
A Greek news web site has published excerpts from the depositions of two survivors of Wednesday's deadly shipwreck off southwestern Greece.
A sweeping search and rescue operation has failed to find any more survivors after a fishing boat sank off the coast of southern Greece.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' administration says three dozen migrants whom the state flew from the southern border to California on private planes went willingly.
Kemal Kilicdaroglu, who underperformed in the first round after finishing second to Erdogan, has hardened his stance on migration to win over voters. Will it pay off?
The coup-attempting former president lies as a matter of course, but his lie about the wall he promised he would build in 2016 may wind up costing him in 2024.
The mother of a teen who died this week in U.S. immigration custody said her son had no known illnesses and had not shown any signs of being sick before his death.
Pope Francis, who has repeatedly called for the fighting to end, prayed Sunday for “martyred” Ukrainians and for Russians to feel “the light of Easter."
The "strange new normal" has not stopped the displaced heading back to war-torn cities.