Over 9,000 people saved in the Mediterranean while some argue rescue efforts encourage smugglers
In the past five years armed groups have proliferated, capitalizing on Libya's porous borders, political crisis, and security vacuum, and transforming the smuggling of human beings into a lucrative, and booming, business.
Thousands of Iraqi asylum seekers are deciding they've had enough of life in Belgium.
People were saved from unseaworthy vessels in 22 separate operations as smugglers took advantage of ideal conditions to launch more boats than usual.
At least 25 people were killed and dozens injured Monday in northwestern Yemen when an airstrike hit a UN-run camp for refugees and internally displaced people.
Migrants described widespread abuse by human traffickers in Yemen — including beatings, rapes, and killings.