Around 700 Syrians have voluntarily crossed back over the Lebanese border to their homeland. Rights groups say they are at risk of torture and arbitrary detention.
“I have no papers and no home, but going back is not an option," one asylum-seeker in the Netherlands tells VICE.
Human rights groups say their detention was illegal, and are demanding clarity on why the refugees were held there in the first place.
“I do not feel safe in my new city because Russian rockets fall here. Every day and night we hear sirens and it means that danger is close.”
Whistleblowers warn that children who arrive alone at the US-Mexico border are being housed in grim conditions at a Texas military base.
As Europe contends with the refugee crisis created by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, tens of thousands of Afghans who fled the Taliban are still struggling to adjust to their new reality.
U.S. officials are citing a policy intended to halt the pandemic’s spread as they stop Ukrainians from seeking asylum.
Across a broken landscape, civilians flee for their lives.
“The journey was extremely hard and dangerous,” one Ukrainian refugee in Poland told VICE News.
Polish authorities claim the spy was pretending to be a journalist for cover.
And the UN predicts that up to 5 million people could ultimately leave Ukraine.
Djokovic could still have his visa revoked at any point due to ministerial "God powers".