A woman died trying to cross between the US-Canada border, presumably from hypothermia
Afghan capital declared officially 'safe' for returns despite worsening conflict
Exclusive: Charities urge situation is ‘at breaking point’ as research shows one in three has witnessed a suicidal death on island and majority have no access to mental health support
It could double the new of refugees entering the country, according to advocates
Delays in asylum decisions up by 178% since the beginning of 2015, figures show
Toddlers among dozens of migrants drowned in new disaster
Homeland Security officials interviewing detainees as part of agreement that will see Malcolm Turnbull administration house Central American migrants in return
'Who’s going to do child protection services on the island? Who’s going to do education? Who’s going to do the food?'
European Commission considering legal action as only 40,000 set to be transferred by deadline
Abuse comes amid concern for hundreds of Afghans being returned to 'safe' Kabul
Strengthening the north African country's border management is “only a good idea, says Federica Mogherini, the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs
90-year-old Ahmed and 75-year-old Khadijah do not know if they will ever see their children or their home again
Husband says guards forcing them back to Italy ignored pleas for help as wife bled
More than 300 migrants forced back to Libya in alleged violation of international law
'If the planet warms at the far end of the potential estimates, it would be catastrophic'
Large-scale evacuation comes two days after election of Emmanuel Macron, who has indicated he does not want refugees living rough in France as they wait for UK asylum decisions