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Council of Europe Criticized Greece for Terrible Conditions at Migrant Camps | February 26, 2019

The Council of Europe stated that thousands of migrants and refugees in Greece are living in “inhuman and degrading” conditions.

Italian Senate Blocks Investigation against Interior Minister on Migrants Case | February 25, 2019

Italian Senate committee has blocked the kidnapping investigation against Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Matteo Salvini.

Cabinet of Ministers Reduced Migrant Quota Significantly | February 13, 2019

Migrant quota was reduced by more than 600 persons in 2019.

First Judgement for Bullying Passed in Ukraine | February 13, 2019

The first judgement for bullying after the relevant law was adopted in Ukraine was passed by Boryspil Town Regional Court (Kyiv oblast). According to the decision, the parents of a guilty person were obliged to pay a fine for bullying.

Police Stopped 9 Attempts of Child Trafficking in 2018 | February 12, 2019

In 2018, law-enforcement authorities revealed more than 290 facts of human trafficking.

Record Number of Illegal Migrants Documented in Kyiv in 2018 | February 12, 2019

During 11 months of 2018, 1,101 persons were trying to escape in or through Ukrainian capital.

Denmark, Sweden and Switzerland Allocate Over $14 Mln to Restore Donbas | February 11, 2019

The governments of Denmark, Sweden and Switzerland have announced the project “Good governance and citizens engagement for justice, security, environmental protection and social cohesion in eastern Ukraine.”

Trump on Migrants from Mexico: We Will Build a Human Wall if Necessary | February 6, 2019

The US President Donald Trump declared about the expected inflow of “tremendous numbers” of illegal migrants in America.

Canada is to Allocate Nearly $115 Mln to Shelter Asylum Seekers | February 6, 2019

The Government of Canada will allocate $114,7 million to provide temporary shelter for thousands of asylum seekers in the country.

Number of Anti-Semitic Attacks Victims in 2018 is Highest in 20 Years | January 31, 2019

The number of Jews who were killed in anti-Semitic attacks all over the world in 2018 has reached its highest level in several decades, Israeli government informed on Sunday, January 27.