Nine children's rights and human rights organizations ask the Dutch asylum minister not to return Afghans to their country, where their lives will be in danger.
A solid 40 percent of refugees win court cases they filed to appeal the decision made on their asylum status in Germany. For those coming from Syria and Afghanistan, the figure stands at 60 percent. In 2017, a full...
Hundreds of Afghans in the Netherlands have been declared 1F asylum applicants due to the presumption that they committed war crimes. They are barred from obtaining a residence permit and cannot return to their country.
Conflict is occurring across the world, and civilians too often pay the price. Fortunately, some brave men and women stand up for their defense. But who defends the defenders?
Germany will send more than 12,000 Afghans back to their home country after they failed to obtain asylum. That is five percent of the approximately 247,000 Afghans currently living in Germany. The government said that...
There is serious concern about the freedom the migration authority is giving itself in determining which asylum seekers to consider and how it handles claims from Afghans.
Imposing stricter refugee entry requirements – allowing passage only for individuals from Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq – is a serious blow to human rights and the rule of law.
Troubling inconsistencies exist between witness statements and the government's account of the incident near the Bulgarian-Turkish border that left one asylum seeker dead.
An asylum seeker is shot dead by police on the Bulgarian-Turkish border, but will justice come for the victim and his family?
Syrians and other refugees continued to have difficulty entering Bulgaria, which saw its influx of migrants fall by 60 percent between 2013 and 2014.