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June 20 – World Refugee Day

Despite the considerable improvement of the humanitarian situation by many states, the problem of refugees remains one of the most burning both on religious and global scales.

News

Working group on Roma rights will be established in Kyiv | May 3, 2018

The working group on Roma rights will be established in Kyiv and it will consist of the representatives of local authorities, police officers and human right activists.

Bosnia is to tighten border control to prevent migrant influx | May 3, 2018

The government of Bosnia is going to tighten border control in order to prevent the further influx of migrants.

New home secretary appointed in UK after immigration scandal | May 3, 2018

The UK Prime Minister Theresa May appointed a new home secretary after the resignation of Amber Rudd in connection with the immigration scandal.

4 million Ukrainian are migrant workers | April 26, 2018

Nearly 600,000 Ukrainians left the country in 2015-2017.

Turkey claims about new refugee wave after 30,000 Afghans arrive | April 26, 2018

During the recent three months, nearly 30,000 Afghans arrived in Turkey, and Turkish authorities claim about the new refugee wave.

UN says ISIS planning to cause new refugee flow from Africa to Europe | April 26, 2018

The leaders of Islamic State, who escaped from Syria, are conspiring with African terrorists to foment a new wave of migration from Africa to Europe in order to appear among refugees themselves.

Illegal migration across Ukraine-Poland border increased | April 24, 2018

The number of attempts to illegally cross the border increased at the Ukraine-Poland border last year.

Greek court permitted migrants to travel from islands to mainland | April 24, 2018

On Wednesday, Greek court gave judgment permitting migrants living on Greek islands to freely travel to the mainland, while their asylum claims are assessed.

France’s National Assembly passes tougher immigration law | April 23, 2018

The National Assembly of France (the lower house of the Parliament of France) passes the new immigration law toughening the asylum rules.

Germany will accept 10,000 refugees more based on relocation scheme | April 23, 2018

Within the EU’s relocation scheme, Germany will accept 10,000 refugees from North Africa and Middle East more.