Pakistani professor Sher Ali has been forced to publicly renounce Darwin's theory of evolution, sparking alarm among academics in the Muslim-majority nation.
Fearing revenge from Azerbaijan, ethnic Armenians in Nagorno-Karabakh began leaving en masse. More than a thousand refugees have already arrived in Armenia.
Thousands of refugee arrivals in Italy are generating political pressure across the European Union. In Germany, too, right-wing parties claim to have simple solutions to the migration issue — but there are none.
When Russia invaded Ukraine, the Netherlands granted refugee status to everyone fleeing — regardless of nationality. But that policy is now being argued in court, leaving thousands unsure about their futures.
A new study has found that refugees in Germany have overall integrated well into the workforce. But many are overqualified for the jobs that they do.
As clashes resume in Sudan after a fragile and brief ceasefire, we take a closer look at the plight of refugees in neighbouring Chad. Also, President Bola Tinubu urges patience amid anger at soaring fuel prices in Nigeria. And Malians gear up to vote in a referendum that could result in French being removed as the country's official language.
With the UN's refugee agency bureau on the verge of closing, those in limbo fear their already grave situation is about to get worse.
As the fight between Sudan's army and paramilitary forces continues, neighboring Chad is giving shelter to tens of thousands of Sudanese.
A complete team of women and men refugees are competing at the Judo World Championships, breaking new ground in Qatar. The judoka come from Iran, Afghanistan and Syria. Will other sports follow suit?
How Iranians are pushing back against mandatory hijab laws, and how a camp of refugees was evicted in South Africa
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An estimated one hundred thousand people have fled to neighboring countries to flee the fighting in Sudan. This number may rise substantially, the UN fears. International aid agencies are rushing to stave off a looming humanitarian crisis.