'The Kenyan government’s most pressing constitutional and moral responsibility is to ensure the security of its citizens from the risk of violent attack. Our intelligence and security forces have known for a long time that these camps are a dire threat to our people’s security'
'At first I was scared, but now I'm more angry than anything'
A doctor in Idomeni said refugees traumatised by the shelling and relatives' deaths were becoming ill
Strike hits camp near Sarmada in Idlib province near Turkish border
One photo of a child washed up on a beach triggered what the Greenwich residents described as a ‘military campaign’ to help other children abroad
Government Officials say the financial incentive is cheaper than housing refugees in Norwegian immigration centres
Stephen Phillips was one of several backbenchers who defied the Government in Monday's vote
‘Refugees are not numbers, they are human beings like you and I’
Up to 500 refugees are feared to have died in the largest disaster of 2016 so far
Nearly five million Syrians have been displaced by the civil war, yet Britons believe the figure to be closer to 300,000
Details of the plan were announced days before a crucial vote on a separate proposal from the House of Lords
Children who have already reached Europe are excluded from the scheme, which targets refugee camps in the Middle East and North Africa
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The scaling back of search and rescue operations 'created the conditions that led to massive loss of life', the damning report states
The Vatican said 12 people, including six children, were taken as 'a gesture of welcome'