The migrations are happening in the most distressing conditions, and people are choosing the most hazardous ways to cross over into Europe.
There has been concern in recent days over reports that hundreds of Syrian refugees have been sent back to Syria, after being forced to sign consent forms in Turkish that they do not understand.
Eight people died after a boat carrying illegal migrants sank off southwestern Turkey, the Turkish coastguard said on Monday. The coastguard said 31 migrants had been rescued after the boat sank off
Lebanese security forces on Saturday denied accusations by rights groups that they had coerced Syrians who had landed at Beirut airport into signing forms to return to their war-torn country.
Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey have adopted different policies on the war in Syria but are united in seeking repatriation for the millions of Syrian refugees who have settled in these countries. All three have barred the entry of Syrians seeking sanctuary and have been putting not-so-subtle pressure on them to go home.
Trouble is brewing from one end of Europe to another end of Asia. Leaks in the under-sea gas pipelines from Russia to Europe passing through the territorial waters of Denmark and Sweden have raised alarm in the two Scandinavian countries as well as in Europe. The Nord Stream I and Nord Stream II, the gas pipelines had shown signs
The little aircraft appeared out of the blue sky above a Texas home, deposited its payload of a mid-morning snack in the yard and zoomed off, as deliveries by drone start becoming a reality in America. Flying shipments of pizzas and birthday gifts have still not become the norm that tech leaders predicted, but the service is
Germany has managed to fill its gas reserves to 91.32% of capacity, allaying fears it could run out this winter after Russian gas flows fell sharply following European sanctions over the invasion of Ukraine — but it has come at a price. One in ten mid-sized companies, which provide nearly two thirds of German jobs, have cut or
Covid-19 pandemic looks to be under control completely now. Cases in the UAE are gone down. The UAE Government has eased COVID-19-related restrictions from Wednesday in most of the places. Now we can freely move here and there without mask. I am very happy for school kids. They will also feel relieved as KHDA has