Destitute women left unable to eat properly during pregnancy or provide for babies once they are born due to administrative delays in financial support, warns British Red Cross
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
Exclusive: Search for men who beat Eritrean boy abandoned, in same week Britain First are accused of targeting asylum seekers in the area
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'
The US president's anti-immigration stance seems to be the reason
‘Refugee 4 Refugees’, launched last month, aims to put more Syrians at the forefront of the response to Europe's refugee crisis
Exclusive: 'They're sold a dream, and the dream often turns sour'
Leaders come together aboard USS Intrepid to commemorate 75 anniversary of Battle of Coral Sea
"Already, I’m informed by very well informed guys and girls who are working on the area, and in the area at the moment, that there’s potentially up to a million migrants already, if not more in the pipeline coming up from Central Africa and the Horn of Africa."
Attack comes after vigilante gangs targeting asylum seekers form across Germany
Swastika carved into gun found in suspect's room, along with Nazi-era memorabilia
Man hit by bolt of electricity at Paris’s Gare du Nord station