Bearing witness to the refugee experience through photographs
Muhammed Muheisen is a Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer who says he's determined to be more than just a messenger. Over the past two decades he's taken photographs of refugees and internally displaced people across the world, documenting their despair, their struggles and their hope. He's also the founder and chairman of the Everyday Refugees Foundation, an organisation that works to empower refugees and educate the wider world about their plight. He joined us for Perspective to tell us more.
Children suffering in Tigray refugee crisis
The fighting in Ethiopia's Tigray region has sent tens of thousands of refugees streaming into neighboring Sudan, seeking a safe haven. According to the UN, almost half of them are children. DW's Mariel Müller filed this report from a Sudanese camp.
Two million internally displaced by Sahel violence (UN)
More than two million people have been forced to flee their homes within their own countries' borders owing to violence engulfing Africa's Sahel region, according to the United Nations. The humanitarian response is "dangerously overstretched" in an area covering parts of Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali and Niger, said UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency.
Bangladesh moves ahead with Rohingya refugee relocation
Officials say none of them are being moved against their will, and that it would ease overcrowding in camps that are home to more than 1 million Rohingya who have fled neighbouring Myanmar.
'We made it': Iraqi refugee family is home at last
He sought safety. She wanted freedom. They were dreams they could have died for. From a first date that ended in bloody carnage in Baghdad, to finally receiving the keys to a new home in The Netherlands, theirs is an epic tale of courage, survival and love.
Police charge ex-Imo governor Ohakim with fraud, Covid-19: Nigeria records zero deaths in three days and more
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COVID-19: 51.3% of Nigerian households took loans for feeding after March lockdown – NBS and more
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Amnesty slams Malta over 'illegal' refugee tactics
The international rights group has condemned Malta for "unlawful" treatment of migrants in the Mediterranean. The UN has also called on Malta to allow 27 refugees currently on a cargo ship to disembark.
Coronavirus: Study reveals how most Germans get infected
Most of Germany's coronavirus infections take place in the private sphere or in nursing homes, according to new research. Refugee homes face the highest risk of transmission, while schools and offices pose lower risks.