Self-Mutilations and Hunger Strikes: The Mental Health Crisis Inside French Migrant Detention Centres
The appalling conditions of the Mesnil-Amelot centre have grave implications for the mental health of detainees.
Migrants from El Salvador, Nicaragua, Haiti, and Sudan would leave behind as many as 200,000 children who are American citizens.
Travel restrictions around COVID-19 across Latin America mean some of those who want to get back home have to do it illegally.
The government has slashed the period refugees can be sheltered in temporary accommodation from six months to 30 days.
Governments across Europe rallied to provide economic support, but forgot about essential migrant workers.
Police Raid Al Jazeera's Malaysian Office Over Migrant Documentary, Stirring Up Concerns About Press Freedom
“Journalism is not a crime,” Al Jazeera English’s managing director said.
The Italian senate voted to strip him of immunity.
The UN and European courts have deemed it illegal for migrants to be sent back to Libya, but governments have found a loophole to get around it.
Walter Luebcke's execution-style killing followed a series of near-miss far-right assassination attempts on political figures in Germany.
Under the world’s strictest lockdown, businesses in thriving Indian cities threw their low-wage workers out.
Migrants demand justice and food security in country-wide protests, after losing their jobs and being forced to return home.
Many are having to walk hundreds of miles to get to the border -- back to their homeland, and its gutted healthcare system.