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Nearly 900 refugees rescued off Libya arrive in Italy
Sicily on Monday welcomed nearly 900 refugees rescued in Mediterranean waters off the coast of Libya in the past few days, with many expressing relief at having escaped the "Libyan hell".
Aid groups vow to boycott new Myanmar camps for Rohingya returnees
Four Palestinians killed in Israeli attacks
African Union urges swift relocation of refugees from overcrowded camps in Libya
African Union leaders have called on their European counterparts to help relocate thousands of refugees currently stranded in camps in violence-plagued Libya.
UN steps up action against abuse of refugees, including in Libya
The United Nations (UN) has begun actively addressing the abuse of refugees along Central Mediterranean routes from Africa to Europe, including the treatment of refugees as slaves in Libya.
31 refugees drown as boat sinks off Libya's western coast
At least 31 refugees have died after their Europe-bound boat capsized off Libya’s western coast, Libyan coastguard officials say.
Why UN’s global compact on refugees  must address needs of young people
An estimated seven million refugees — about one-third of the global refugee population — are between 10 and 24 years old, yet this demographic is often overlooked in humanitarian and development responses. At a critical time in their lives, these young refugees experience the stress of displacement, which can impact their future development and success.
UN urges Australia to accept New Zealand's Manus refugees offer
The United Nations refugee agency urged the Australian government to accept Jacinda Ardern's offer to take in 150 refugees as the Manus crisis continues.
Refugees are nothing but commodities
As countless refugees arriving on Italy’s shores report torture, extortion and forced labor in Libyan detention centers, many said they never intended to make the journey to Europe until the chaos in Libya left them no other choice.
PNG court rejects bid to restore Australia refugee camp services
A Papua New Guinea court on Tuesday rejected a refugee’s appeal to restore water, electricity and food supplies to a shuttered Australian detention camp, where hundreds of men have barricaded themselves in.
UN: 16 refugees a day died in 2017
Totally 249 Rohingya refugees have died on the Bangladesh-Myanmar border since Aug. 31, a UN body said on Friday, quoted by Anadolu Agency.
UNHCR: World’s stateless deserve nationality
An estimated 10 million people worldwide are stateless, including three million officially, a status that deprives them of an identity, rights, and often jobs, the United Nations refugee agency said on Friday.
Germany records surge in refugees as Merkel seeks new migrant policy
The number of people seeking refuge in Germany has more than doubled in the last two years to 1.6 million, with most fleeing Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq, the Federal Statistics Office said on Thursday.
Libyan coast guard rescues 299 refugees
Libya's coast guard has rescued 299 refugees including dozens of women and children from unseaworthy boats as they tried to reach Europe, a navy official said Wednesday.
Refugees in Greece demand transfer to Germany, start hunger strike
A group of mainly Syrian women and children who have been stranded in Greece pitched tents opposite Parliament in Athens on Wednesday in a protest at delays in reuniting with relatives in Germany.
UN official: Over 13 million people inside Syria need aid
More than 13 million people inside Syria still need humanitarian assistance and nearly half are in "acute need" as a result of having fled their homes, of hostilities, and of limited access to food, health care and other basic needs, the UN humanitarian chief said Monday.

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