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13 Sep
Four women and a six-year-old child were reportedly injured in the stabbing, which occurred in the resort town of Rimini. Prosecutors believe the man was under the influence of drugs.
17 Jul
The White House says some 20,000 people who worked as interpreters for the US during the war in Afghanistan have applied for evacuation.
16 Jul
The White House says some 20,000 people who worked as interpreters for the US during the war in Afghanistan have applied for evacuation.
4 Jun
The new center would likely be built in an African country and may eventually lead to the bulk of the country's asylum applications being processed overseas.
13 Apr
The volatile security situation and brutal crackdown on protesters in Myanmar has prompted many to flee and cross the border into India's northeastern states.
7 Mar
Two groups of asylum seekers -- who were ordered under former president Donald Trump to stay in Mexico while their requests were processed -- cross into the US, as President Joe Biden's administration begins dismantling the controversial "Remain in Mexico" program put in place by his predecessor.
11 Jan
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4 Apr 2020
Europe's biggest asylum seeker camp of Moria, on the Greek island of Lesbos, was designed for 3,000 refugees but houses 20,000. Given the coronavirus, evacuating it is paramount, says migration expert Gerald Knaus.
27 Mar 2020
Authorities have admitted that large numbers of refugees continue to be attacked in and outside of shelters — many by right-wing extremists. One politician said the newcomers can "expect to be attacked at any time."
26 Dec 2019
Despite the falling numbers, the country still logs the largest share of all EU asylum claims. Around a quarter of asylum requests in the bloc this year were filed in Germany.
18 Dec 2019
Asylum-seekers are continuing to arrive on the shores of the Greek islands such as Lesbos and Samos, with the crisis only getting worse. The Greek government predicts 100,000 more people to arrive from Turkey in 2020.
24 Nov 2019
Georgians benefit from French health service via asylum claims

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