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E.U. Court Urged to Punish Hungary and Slovakia for Resisting Migrant Plan

E.U. Court Urged to Punish Hungary and Slovakia for Resisting Migrant Plan

Migrants washing their clothes at an abandoned factory, which has become their temporary home, in Patras, Greece, in June.
Facing Wave of Refugees, Montreal Opens Up Stadium for Housing

Facing Wave of Refugees, Montreal Opens Up Stadium for Housing

Asylum seekers outside Olympic Stadium in Montreal on Wednesday. The stadium is being used as temporary housing to deal with an influx of refugees crossing from the United States.
A Flawed Asylum System in Mexico, Strained Further by U.S. Changes

A Flawed Asylum System in Mexico, Strained Further by U.S. Changes

The fence in Tijuana that runs along the border with the United States. As the border hardens under the Trump administration, many Central American migrants are seeking asylum in Mexico.
Asylum Seeker’s Body Is Found on Manus Island, and Police Suspect Suicide

Asylum Seeker’s Body Is Found on Manus Island, and Police Suspect Suicide

Part of Australia’s main refugee detention center on Manus Island, in Papua New Guinea.
French Farmer Who Aided Migrants Says Court Might as Well Lock Him Up

French Farmer Who Aided Migrants Says Court Might as Well Lock Him Up

Cédric Herrou outside the courthouse Tuesday in Aix-en-Provence, France, where he was given a suspended four-month sentence.
A Surge of Migrants Crossing Into Quebec Tests Canada’s Welcome

A Surge of Migrants Crossing Into Quebec Tests Canada’s Welcome

Last week, the Canadian authorities opened a temporary housing center for migrants with 1,050 beds in Olympic Stadium in Montreal.
In Serbian Refugee Center, a ‘Little Picasso’ Dreams of Art and Asylum

In Serbian Refugee Center, a ‘Little Picasso’ Dreams of Art and Asylum

Farhad Nouri, second from right, who is nicknamed Little Picasso, with his family in a refugee center in Krnjaca, Serbia.
Moroccan Man Admits Deadly Stabbing Attack in Finland

Moroccan Man Admits Deadly Stabbing Attack in Finland

Abderrahman Mechkah, who had admitted to a stabbing attack in Turku, Finland, in which two women died, appeared in court on Tuesday via video from a hospital bed.
Blunting the Far Right, Merkel Gains as German Election Nears

Blunting the Far Right, Merkel Gains as German Election Nears

Angela Merkel arriving at a news conference in Berlin. She is seeking a fourth term as chancellor in elections on Sept. 24.
Chechnya’s Persecuted Gays Find Refuge in Canada

Chechnya’s Persecuted Gays Find Refuge in Canada

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada, center, at a gay pride parade in Montreal last month.
Billionaire Who Accused Top Chinese Officials of Corruption Asks U.S. for Asylum

Billionaire Who Accused Top Chinese Officials of Corruption Asks U.S. for Asylum

Guo Wengui, a billionaire property developer, is seeking asylum in the United States because his public charges against Chinese officials have made him “a political opponent of the Chinese regime,”
Billionaire Who Accused Top Chinese Officials of Corruption Asks U.S. for Asylum

Billionaire Who Accused Top Chinese Officials of Corruption Asks U.S. for Asylum

Guo Wengui, a billionaire property developer, is seeking asylum in the United States because his public charges against Chinese officials have made him “a political opponent of the Chinese regime,”
White House Weighs Lowering Refugee Quota to Below 50,000

White House Weighs Lowering Refugee Quota to Below 50,000

Syrian families waiting to register at the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Beirut in January. The number of people seeking refugee status reached record levels last year, but the

Seeking Asylum in Germany, and Finding Hatred

Escaping violence in Libya, Abode struggles to belong in a German town that has become a flashpoint of anti-immigrant anger.
Europe Is Called ‘Willfully Blind’ to Risks Afghan Deportees Face

Europe Is Called ‘Willfully Blind’ to Risks Afghan Deportees Face

Afghans who were deported from Germany to Afghanistan at Kabul International Airport in December. The United Nations says Europe is ignoring the dangers of their return to the strife-torn country.
Germany’s Angela Merkel Agrees to Limits on Accepting Refugees

Germany’s Angela Merkel Agrees to Limits on Accepting Refugees

Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin on Monday with Horst Seehofer, leader of the Christian Social Union party in Bavaria, who has been demanding for months that a limit be set on the number of people
Germany’s Angela Merkel Agrees to Limits on Accepting Refugees

Germany’s Angela Merkel Agrees to Limits on Accepting Refugees

Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin on Monday with Horst Seehofer, leader of the Christian Social Union party in Bavaria, who has been demanding for months that a limit be set on the number of people
Australia’s New Offer to Refugees: A Different Detention Center

Australia’s New Offer to Refugees: A Different Detention Center

A demonstration in Sydney in August called for an end to the detention of refugees in Australia’s offshore centers, including on Manus Island, in Papua New Guinea.
Canada Welcomed Refugees, but Now Struggles With Backlog

Canada Welcomed Refugees, but Now Struggles With Backlog

Asylum seekers at a processing center at the Canadian border in Quebec in August.
Letter 32: Refugees, Made Visible

Letter 32: Refugees, Made Visible

Migrants arrive near Skala, on the Greek island of Lesbos, on November 16, 2015.