The Turkish interior ministry has denied that police and soldiers are attacking refugees
Kim Sengupta finds that the presence of extremists, intelligence agencies and smugglers of people, arms, looted artefacts and oil, have made Turkish border towns like Gaziantep a place of illicit opportunities and danger
'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'
Peter Dutton accuses refugee advocates of giving those fleeing war or persecution false hope they will be settled
Survivors of the disaster said they set off from Libya with more than 100 people on the boat
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
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights claims Turkish border police are shooting child refugees dead
Lib Dem leader Tim Farron calls the vote a 'test of Britain's humanity'
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
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Human rights campaigners had warned it would prevent access to justice for newly arrived refugees and their children
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