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Refugees

2022

01

Sep

Greece should face more checks over asylum seeker treatment

Frontex human rights official says Greece ‘needs enhanced monitoring’ after claims asylum seekers being illegally expelled. Greek authorities should face more checks over how they manage asylum seekers trying to reach Europe, the lead official in charge of human rights at the EU’s border agency has said. Jonas Grimheden, fundamental rights officer at the European Border […]

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Country: Greece
Source: , The Guardian

30

Aug

İsveç göçmen mülteci

Sweden far-right party calls to end aid for immigrants who fail to fit in

Anti-immigrant Sweden Democrats party has said it wants to spend $2.3 billion on strengthening the justice system and withdraw grants for immigrants who do not adopt the country’s culture. The party’s leader, Jimmie Akesson, called it “a classic assimilation policy” and said he envisions the construction of special “Sweden centres” in marginalised areas. “There you […]

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Country: Sweden
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30

Aug

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Netherlands temporarily suspends reception of migrants from Türkiye

The Netherlands has unilaterally decided to suspend the reception of asylum seekers from Türkiye despite the EU-Türkiye deal. The Netherlands will “no longer admit people under the EU-Turkey Statement until the end of 2023,” the country’s Justice and Security Ministry said Friday. The Netherlands has admitted “a relatively large number of Syrians” since 2016 under […]

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Country: Netherlands
Source: , Daily Sabah

12

Aug

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Five-year-old Syrian refugee stranded on Greek islet ‘dies from scorpion sting’

A five-year-old Syrian refugee is believed to have died on Tuesday on an unnamed Greek islet in the Evros River from a scorpion sting, according to reports. The young girl was among a group of 39 refugees and asylum seekers, who claim she died after the incident, Al Jazeera reported. The group say they were […]

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Country: Greece
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03

Aug

Pregnant migrant on boat pushed back by Greece gives birth on river

A pregnant migrant who was on a boat trying to cross the Maritsa (Meriç) River from Edirne province had to give birth on board after Greek elements pushed the boat back. Süheyla Rizai of Afghan origin gave birth on the boat in the middle of the river before the migrants were rescued by Turkish border […]

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Country: Greece
Source: TRTHABER

08

Jul

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Human Rights Court condemns Greece over sunk migrant boat

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) on Thursday ruled against Greece in a landmark case concerning the 2014 sinking of a migrant boat in the Aegean Sea. The case – Safi and Others v. Greece – was filed with the ECHR in January 2015, a year after 11 out of 27 migrants were killed […]

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Country: European Court of Human Rights
Source: TRT

01

Jul

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Poland completes border wall to keep asylum seekers out

Poland has completed construction on a new 186-kilometre border wall in an attempt to deter migrants entering from Belarus. Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and top security officials visited the border area on Thursday to mark the completion of a new 5.5-metre-high steel wall. Poland is also set to lift a state of emergency on Friday that […]

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Country: Poland
Source: TRT , Aljazeera

22

Jun

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UK plans to rewrite human rights law

The United Kingdom government has said it will introduce legislation allowing it to ignore certain European Court of Human Rights decisions after a judge in Strasbourg blocked flights removing asylum seekers to Rwanda. Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab will bring the new Bill of Rights to parliament on Wednesday as the government attempts to implement […]

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Country: United Kingdom
Source: AA , Aljazeera

20

Jun

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Britain will electronically tag some asylum seekers with GPS devices

The plan launched this week, which the Home Office described as a one-year pilot, may involve adults who face deportation, impose a curfew on some or allow the detention and prosecution of those who do not comply with the new rules. The British Home Office said the plan will test whether monitoring migrants with GPS […]

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Country: United Kingdom
Source: Euronews , WashingtonPost

17

Jun

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Greece pushed more than 41 thousand immigrants to death in the last 2 years

Greece uses brutal methods to push back migrants in Aegean waters. This time, the drama in the Aegean was the subject of the Ombudsman Institution’s report “Pulling back and drowning human rights in the Aegean Sea”. The report prepared by the Ombudsman Institution once again revealed that Greece’s cruelty knows no bounds. Accordingly, 41 thousand […]

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Country: Greece
Source: TRT