How Islamic prayer time brought irregular Gambian migrants together.
Fresh Sudan Crisis: 54 People Killed, 60 Injured, 40,000 Displaced, 5,000 Others Seek Refuge In Chad
Approximately 40,000 people have been displaced since last December 28, as a result of a series of incidents between Massalit and Arab tribesmen in Sudan.
The UN migration agency, International Organisation for Migration (IOM) has reported that 107,546 migrants and refugees have bravely entered Europe by sea through December 18.
There is a massive migration from Africa caused by terrorism, draught, conflict, strife and the rise of authoritarian regimes like that in Nigeria.
More than 600 refugees landed in the United States last week, marking the first arrivals of U.S. fiscal year 2020. The International Organisation for Migration (IOM) welcomed the refugees who come from a variety of countries.
In the report, the three UN agencies provide key recommendations to Italian authorities and the European Commission:
Inflow of refugees and returnees from the Central African Republic to Chad has increased pressure on host communities, now leading to clashes over access to limited livelihood resources.
Since the beginning of 2014, the International Organisation for Migration (IOM), a United Nations agency, has recorded the deaths of 32,629 migrants, including 1,675 so far this 2019, as of August 14.
Five thousand, five hundred angry marchers tramped through the streets of Brussels on Sunday protesting against the United Nations Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration. Their claims include that the Pact would encourage migration and criminality. They also claim that the Pact blurs the distinction between legal and illegal migration. For them, it is time Belgium shuts its borders against migration of any kind.
Nigerian government officials have ordered thousands of displaced people to return to an unsafe area as pressure mounts to show progress in the war against Islamist groups ahead of a presidential election, according to sources familiar with the situation.