Iran has sheltered approximately three million Afghans for almost four decades, a success story international officials say is ‘not told enough’
'Everywhere I go I will bring my Bible, nothing else'
EU-Turkey deal driving mental health crisis as more refugees die at sea than ever before
Mixed reactions to child refugees: the Daily Mail was quick to point out that the children would easily fit into Britain as many of them were 'as blonde as any English children' with 'bright blue eyes and lightly freckled skins'
Changes criticised for causing 'bureaucratic and unnecessary nightmare' for people wanting to remain in Britain
People trafficking and smuggling networks are some of the most profitable and widespread activities for organised crime in Europe, Europol finds
Dozens of refugees who have been given temporary shelter in a former hospital ship in The Netherlands face uncertainty, as a wave of anti-immigrant far-right sentiments grows ahead of the country’s federal election
A leaked draft of the Trump administration's Environmental Protection Agency budget proposal has revealed the US government is considering slashing funds for its Great Lakes protection project, which could affect the drinking water millions of Canadians rely on
Border fence being built as new law considered to strengthen powers against asylum seekers
Organisations in France say they are ‘determined to continue their action’ following mayoral ban on distributing food in former ‘Jungle’ zone
Hundreds of refugees have been braving waist-deep snow and freezing cold temperatures to claim asylum in Canada. But an agreement between the two countries is forcing them to cross illegally
Humanitarian groups say lack of legal routes to Europe forcing migrants into criminals’ hands
Number of people applying for asylum in Britain falls for first time in six years, despite increasing number of people across the world fleeing their homes
Unaccompanied minors who formerly lived in the Calais 'Jungle' beg UK Government to let them reunite with family in Britain following Home Office rejections
Shadow Brexit secretary warns compassion for refugees being 'challenged in a way it hasn't for decades' as charities speak out for unaccompanied minors ahead of Commons debate on Dubs