A Sudanese teenager has drowned trying to reach the UK, French authorities have announced.
As the small number of people trying to reach safety in Britain hit the headlines, we dissect the misinformation and half-truths that have been circulating.
Advocates fear that COVID-19 could be spreading through the centres used to detain undocumented migrants.
Stuck in improvised camps, Venezuelans looking to leave Colombia first travel miles on foot or by bus, only to find themselves quarantined in inhumane conditions across the border.
"Groyping" is a new far-right propaganda tool that has made its way from the American alt-right to the UK's talk radio shows.
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.
Water wars, state repression, an Arctic 'Gold Rush' and other ways humans will be tearing each other apart as the planet heats up.
Following the discovery of 39 Vietnamese people dead in the back of a lorry in Essex, we spoke to lorry drivers about the tactics traffickers are now using.
While coverage has focussed on crossing points and perilous journeys, borders extend into every aspect of the lives of marginalised people.
Authorities are questioning a truck driver from Northern Ireland on suspicion of murder.
Almost 2,000 people seek asylum in the UK each year after being persecuted for their sexual orientation. Meanwhile, the Home Office's rate of refusing their claims is increasing.
The climate crisis has already created millions of invisible refugees and could create up to 1.5 billion more in the next 30 years. But under international law no country is obliged to take them in.