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Guiding Refugees in Europe on a Rocky Path to Assimilation
Muaz Swaid, 27, a Syrian dentist who fled conflict in 2014, found work in spring through the Refugee Company at an orthodontist clinic in Leiden, the Netherlands.
Editorial: Australia’s Stranded Refugee Prisoners
Demonstrators at a rally in Sydney to protest the treatment of migrants and refugees in Papua New Guinea.
‘I Am Alone’: Migrant Children in Calais ‘Jungle’ Face an Uncertain Fate
The fate of the young migrants has become a major sticking point in the French government’s plans to demolish the camp, which could happen within days.
‘We Are Ready to Leave’: France Clears Out Calais ‘Jungle’
Migrants gathered at a reception center to be registered, at the Jungle camp in Calais, France.
‘The Worst We Have Ever Seen’: Fewer Migrants, More Death
In the Mediterranean, about 12 miles off Libya.
More Migrants Leave Calais ‘Jungle’ Camp as Demolition Begins
So far 2,574 of an estimated 6,000 to 8,000 people have left the camp, which the French government plans to close.
Shouts Greet Migrants in the Streets of France: ‘We Don’t Want Them’
A man with a fire extinguisher as a refugee tent burned at the Jungle encampment near Calais.
More Than 90 Migrants Believed Missing After Boat Sinks Off Libya
More than 90 migrants are believed missing after their boat sank off the coast of western Libya on Wednesday. The Libyan coastguard rescued 29 from sinking ship.
Editorial: Clearing the Jungle in Calais
Riot police at the migrant camp known as the Jungle in Calais, France, on Wednesday.
3 Mental Images From Calais: Hope, Hate and Happiness
Boys photographed a huge plume of smoke as dozens of fires burned huts and makeshift shops at the camp called the Jungle, in Calais, France, on Wednesday.
About 90 Migrants Died After Boat Fell Apart in the Mediterranean
The boat, which was made of rubber, began to tear and fill with water about 26 miles off the Libyan coast.
Paris Is the New Calais, With Scores of Migrants Arriving Daily
A migrant carrying his belongings at a camp on the Boulevard de la Villette in northern Paris on Monday.
More Than 200 Migrants Drown Off Libya Trying to Reach Europe
Migrants trying to make it across the Mediterranean on a rubber dinghy were rescued on Thursday by an aid group based in Malta and the Italian Red Cross.
Afghanistan Itself Is Now Taking In the Most Afghan Migrants
A truck carried the belongings of a repatriated Afghan refugee family across the border with Pakistan into Afghanistan in September.
Protest at Athens Mosque Site Ends With 15 Arrests
Members of a right-wing group occupying the site for a mosque in Athens in October. The group was removed by the Greek police on Friday.
Saving Refugees on the Mediterranean: a Luxury Yacht With a New Purpose
Crew members aboard the Astral searched for boats in distress off Libya.
Editorial: Doors Slam Shut for Afghan Refugees
An Afghan Internally Displaced Person (IDP) waits to receive rations at the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) donation camp in Kabul, Afghanistan, 08 November 2016.
Feature: ‘They Will Have to Die Now’
People fleeing ISIS-controlled areas on the outskirts of Qayyara.
Donald Trump and the U.N.: Signs of Clashing Views on Many Issues
The Security Council chamber at the United Nations building in New York. The United States’ allies are trying to learn how Donald J. Trump will approach the pressing crises that are sure to come up
In Italy, One Man Begs for Asylum. Another Man Must Decide.
Two men from Bangladesh tried to fix a bicycle tire in June at the reception center in Calenzano, Italy, that they share with migrants from other nations.