We all want somewhere to call home. If we were forced to leave, we would hope to find people who offer us shelter. But some politicians are using innocent civilians as pawns in a political game. And EU leaders allow violent attacks on them to continue.
Three Belgian companies are facing a lawsuit for exporting Sarin gas components to Syria, in violation of national and international regulations.
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...
Officers of Italy's Navy and Coast Guard are under investigation for their failure to rescue hundreds of migrants during a 2013 shipwreck near Lampedusa.
A court in Spain has ordered the first criminal investigation into Syrian government officials' actions during the country's civil war. The case involves a Spanish woman of Syrian birth who says her brother was...
On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the EU, the EU-Turkey agreement must be buried and European values must be respected.
The Grand Chamber of the European Court of Justice sent a worrying message when it ruled that EU states are not required to provide humanitarian visas to every individual who is forced to flee inhuman and degrading situations.
The United Nations Human Rights Committee has ruled that upholding the Dublin Regulation by deporting two Syrian nationals from Denmark to Bulgaria, where they entered the EU, could cause inhuman and degrading treatment.
Belgium refused to accept a court decision that had ordered the secretary of state for migration and asylum to issue a visa to a Syrian family. Several NGOs are now urgently calling on the United Nations and the Council of Europe to save the rule of law.
When the Al Zhouri family first arrived in Canada from Syria in January 2014, they didn't know how they would become members of the community. But with the support of a group of sponsors, the family quickly found their niche.