Human traffickers go online to lure victims
Nigerians have been warned to steer clear of job offers across social media platforms that appear to be legitimate, as the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has made human traffickers more desperate in their bid to lure would-be victims.
In lockdown: Migrants in France up against pandemic, police abuse
For many migrants still camped out in Calais and Dunkirk, the coronavirus pandemic has exacerbated an already dire situation. Supermarkets are reportedly turning them away and the police are removing their tents.
Hundreds of migrants still sleeping rough in Paris region amid coronavirus
Despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and lockdown measures in place in France, hundreds of migrants and asylum seekers are still sleeping rough in the Paris region. Local NGOs are providing help as best as they can. FRANCE 24's Eléonore Vanel, Armelle Caux and Nadia Massih report.
Undocumented tailors in France make masks for the Salvation Army
Despite being confined in a Salvation Army emergency shelter in Paris, undocumented migrants are doing their bit to help during the coronavirus epidemic, making hundreds of cloth masks for the disadvantaged people helped by the non-profit and its volunteers.
Migrants at Turkish-Greek border: 'We want another life'
Thousands of migrants and refugees have gathered at the Turkish-Greek border, desperate to make it into the European Union. DW correspondent Tunca Ögreten spent two days there, and reports a volatile situation.
Greek police fire tear gas at migrants on Turkish border
Migrants threw rocks and other objects at police officers, resulting in one injury. Greece said it blocked nearly 10,000 migrants from entering the European Union on Sunday.
Migrant arrivals from Turkey to Europe nearly double in 2019
According to a confidential EU report, 70,000 migrants have crossed from Turkey to the EU this year. The numbers raise questions about whether a EU-Turkey refugee deal is unravelling.
Detained migrants' trash inspires US janitor's art
During a decade as a janitor at a US border station, Tom Kiefer gathered the trash left behind by thousands of undocumented immigrants, piecing together the histories of those who arrived seeking a better life. "The American Dream," at Los Angeles' Skirball Cultural Center through March, displays more than 100 photographs of these remnants, which the artist collected in secret at the Ajo, Arizona station between 2003 and 2014.