african refugees

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Israel’s policy toward African asylum seekers is to pressure them to self-deport or, as the former interior minister Eli
The number of Africans who may be admitted went up by 8,000.
We cannot keep returning again and again with emergency aid.
Mangok recently departed for South Sudan knowing that he may be risking his life, which has narrowed to this search. "The burden of freedom," Mangok said, "is that you can't endure someone else not having it."
The refugees' stress and PTSD symptoms were assessed using the PCL checklist, a method for discerning the impact of high
South-Sudanese supermodel and UN Goodwill Ambassador Alek Wek joined HuffPost Live to share her story of being a refugee
Justin was only 13 when soldiers descended on his remote village in the Congo. His last most vivid memory of his family was being separated from them as his father yelled for Justin to run and not look back while his neighbors were attacked.
Even though being denied entrance after their long journey, the Coptic Christians from Eritrea and Ethiopia sang louder, kept smiling and celebrated near to one of the holiest place in their religion.
With Libya's inevitable collapse, Europe will likely see a tsunami of black refugees sweeping across the Mediterranean. And
"It all began with the Seder." Schlagman says. The debate about the refugees inspires much theatre. Right-wing Israeli politicians
Amnesty's findings dovetail with those of the Goldstone Report, the UN commissioned inquiry which accused both Israel and
Israel has lost its moral compass. I'm not talking about Gaza, the Occupation, or 1948. With Pesach in mind, I'm talking about how Israel is treating the strangers in its land.
Yesterday, the Israeli Knesset debated the "Infiltration Prevention Law" which Israeli human rights groups are calling "one of the most dangerous bills ever presented in the Knesset."
The European Commission has unveiled plans to allow more refugees from conflict zones and poor nations into European countries
Many refugees in Morocco say they are caught in a trap. "Even though we are recognised by the UN as refugees, the Moroccan
"In 2008, there were 19,423 Somalis, of whom 8,093 were women," Bourgois told me in her Sana'a office, adding that it was