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.
The trial of the "six heroes" will begin on May 31 in Brussels. The six, passengers on a recent flight to Africa, are being prosecuted for speaking up to oppose police violence against a man being forcibly returned to Cameroon.
During a special Council of Ministers meeting, Theo Francken, the Belgian secretary of state for asylum and migration, announced he wanted, under the pretext of combatting terrorism and criminality, to build three...
Seven people with suspected links to the movement behind Turkey’s July 15 coup attempt were arrested while attempting to flee from Bulgaria on October 14. The Bulgarian authorities have now handed over the men to...
Bulgarian authorities handed over Abdullah Büyük to Turkey despite the fact that the Sofia Court of Appeal blocked his extradition.
The use of tear gas, handcuffs and a luggage trolley constituted degrading treatment against a Cameroonian man being deported by Czech police.
Thirteen-year-old Gláucio and eighteen-year-old Márcia are allowed to stay in the Netherlands with their mother, but their father will not receive a residence permit.
After foreigners nearly breached a Czech detention center in an attempt to leave, the interior minister decides to beef up security.
Joël, 5 years old, suffers from bone dysplasia and must remain under medical supervision. But he is facing deportation to Rwanda, where his medical needs cannot be met.
Belgium has expelled a Pakistani woman who sought asylum after fleeing her home out of fear of being murdered by her family for refusing an arranged marriage.