Cheap Whites: Inside Berlin's Cigarette Black Market
For years Vietnamese gangs have dominated the black market for cigarettes, which is more profitable than drug trafficking. Now, Syrian gangs are pushing their way onto the scene.
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The Borders Issue 2019
Intimate Images of One of the Largest Refugee Populations in the World
Sara Hylton's portfolio documents displacement among Afghan children living at the I-12 settlement in Pakistan.
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The Migrant Children Trapped on a Tiny Piece of Europe in Morocco
Mohammed is stuck in Melilla. He can't go back to his parents in Morocco, but he can't get further into Europe either.
Laura J. Varo
The Objects That Remind Refugees of Home
"I was afraid of also losing my culture, but something as small as a rug has helped me to hang on to a part of it."
The Stories You Lose When Your Refugee Family Splits Itself Up
After her entire family fled Iraq, my grandmother stayed behind because she didn't want to give up on the country she loves.
This Refugee-Led Cooking Class Is Making Space for Cultural Exchange
Migrateful gives refugees and asylum seekers in London the chance to share favourite recipes with their new communities.
How Migrants Helped to Rejuvenate a Struggling Town
A few years ago, the Sicilian town of Sutera found a renewed sense of purpose after it started welcoming migrant families. Now, Italy's anti-immigration policies are threatening this new balance.
LGBTQ Asylum Seekers are Still Being Let Down by the Home Office
Despite promises that things will improve, reports show that the process remains rooted in stereotyping, discrimination and violence.
Why Fashion Can be Vital for Refugees
"I think that if you're badly dressed, everyone sees you as just another refugee."
A Food Truck in Cardiff Is Welcoming Refugees to Wales
Badina was forced to flee Albania after losing her family in the war. She arrived in Cardiff with no connections and little employment opportunity—then she found Oasis Cardiff.
Obama Finally Spoke Out Against Trump's Family Separations, Sort Of
"All of us were strangers once, too," the former president wrote on Facebook.
The Yarl's Wood Hunger Strike Is a Rallying Cry Against State Racism
It is our collective responsibility to keep shouting for these women.