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Resource scarcity, climate change linked to conflict and displacement
Resource scarcity, climate change linked to conflict and displacement
Governments around the world are engaged in a series of talks that could fundamentally alter how the movement of people across borders is managed....
Activist probed for human trafficking offences after saving drowning migrants
Activist probed for human trafficking offences after saving drowning migrants
For years Helena Maleno made calls to the Spanish coastguards about migrant boats, potentially saving the lives of thousands of people attempting...
Rohingya refugees to start returning from January
Rohingya refugees to start returning from January
Bangladesh and Myanmar on Tuesday reaffirmed their commitment to begin repatriating Rohingya refugees from January, despite growing concern that...
A tale of human traffickers and Libyan slave markets
A tale of human traffickers and Libyan slave markets
Hundreds of African refugees are being bought and sold in "slave markets" across Libya every week, a human trafficker has told Al Jazeera, with...
How the EU is responsible for slavery in Libya
How the EU is responsible for slavery in Libya
Migrants and refugees being sold into...
UN: Libya slave auctions may be crime against humanity
UN: Libya slave auctions may be crime against humanity
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said Monday he was horrified by video footage showing migrants being sold as slaves in Libya and that these...
Rough estimates: Millions of Zimbabweans abroad
Rough estimates: Millions of Zimbabweans abroad
It’s hard to pin down the exact number of Zimbabweans who left the country during the past decade of political and economic turmoil.
Horror and uncertainty on Sudan's stricken border
Horror and uncertainty on Sudan's stricken border
Families recall fleeing for their lives when the remote town of Jau, on the border of north and south Sudan, was targeted by army bombings that...
Pro-Ouattara forces reach Ivorian capital
Pro-Ouattara forces reach Ivorian capital
Forces loyal to Côte d'Ivoire's presidential claimant Alassane Ouattara reached the country's official capital and advanced to within 130km of the...
IOM warns Sudan expulsions will affect Darfur aid
IOM warns Sudan expulsions will affect Darfur aid
The International Organisation for Migration (IOM) expressed regret on Thursday after Sudan moved to expel two of the agency's officials from...
Million Africans mass in Libya for trip to UK
Million Africans mass in Libya for trip to UK
Up to a million migrants have gathered in Libya, from where they will attempt to sail across the Mediterranean for Europe and, ultimately, the...
Report: SA could use Zim migrants' skills
Report: SA could use Zim migrants' skills
South Africa could be making better use of Zimbabwean migrants' skills but current immigration policy makes it difficult, according to a report...

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