They’re Vilified As Being Aggressive Criminals. But They’re Risking Everything To Escape Poverty And Trauma
Record numbers of Albanians are crossing the English Channel to seek asylum in the UK to a rough reception from the UK media. We spoke to them about why so many are fleeing.
Rights groups and the UN have demanded an independent investigation into the deaths of the men trying to cross from Morocco after disturbing video emerged on social media.
The coin shows a CBP officer on horseback and reads, “Reining it in since May 28, 1924.”
Djokovic could still have his visa revoked at any point due to ministerial "God powers".
The tennis champion is being forced to stay at the Park Hotel for the weekend. Some of his neighbours have been in detention for more than nine years.
The campaign involves Pac Man–style games and a callout for films that show "zero chance of successfully travelling by boat to Australia."
Ben Wallace became visibly emotional during a live interview while discussing the operation to evacuate British officials and Afghan allies from Kabul.
Human Rights Watch has warned that is very likely there is lead in the soil of the camp housing former residents of the burned down Moria camp.
The Australian Government once had over 1,200 refugees locked up here. Now the camps are mostly disused.
Management at Mears Housing said all was well in the Glasgow hotels housing asylum seekers during the coronavirus pandemic. A day later, six people had been hospitalised in a knife attack.
Residents of the Moria refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesvos are living in fear under lockdown and a spate of vicious knife attacks.