Women don't feel able to share their trauma with border authorities and so don't get a fair hearing for their asylum claims, a survey shared with VICE World News says.
Krystsina Tsimanouskaya, a 24-year-old sprinter, refused to fly back to her authoritarian homeland, citing fears for her safety after she publicly criticised Olympic team officials.
The heavily-pregnant Afghan woman set her tent in a Greek migrant camp on fire with her inside it, in desperation over what she believed was an unsuccessful asylum decision against her.
Amos Yee, who was jailed in Singapore, could be sent back to Southeast Asian country if convicted.
There were around 200,000 Sikhs in Afghanistan before the start of the conflict in 1979
Migrants and aid workers in Greece’s Moria migrant camp say residents are living in fear after the second fatal stabbing in recent weeks.
A VICE News story by Emily Green about a Honduran migrant kidnapped in Mexico was turned into a radio piece by This American Life. And it won the first-ever Pulitzer for audio reporting.
Inside an ICE Detention Center in a Coronavirus Outbreak: ‘We’re All Alone in Here. Things Are Getting Ugly.’
All José can do is watch what he can only assume is the virus moving through the room from bed to bed where he can’t help but live.
Officials said the man tried to get to the U.S. via the Pharr–Reynosa International Bridge.
Volunteers provide lights, food, Santa, and a respite from misery.
We often talk ruefully about how the U.S. judicial system will “put the victim on trial" in sexual assault cases. But when it comes to people applying for asylum in the U.S., that's literally what happens.