The former Israeli President and Prime Minister has died.
If your country is in flames and your life is at risk, boarding a rickety, dangerous boat is a rational decision. We need to provide safer choices and better routes.
Photos of a drowned Syrian child are dominating the front pages. Who was he, and how did he end up washed up on the Turkish coast?
Hungarian authorities have stopped a train carrying refugees from Budapest.
As the migrant crisis worsens, the Prime Minister refuses to allow desperate people into Britain, citing "peace" in the Middle East as his priority.
Britain must accept more asylum-seekers, and create a sustainable plan for their integration into wider society.
The unique threat posed by Isis has been analysed in depth. But how should the West respond in practice?
We speak to two young Yazidi women who were taken as sex slaves by Isis, and are now in a refugee camp.
Iraq gave a whole section of the British left a sense of burning, brilliant superiority. But that isn’t a good enough foundation for political life.
The controversial Danish “information campaign” will be run in foreign newspapers and is intended to deter potential refugees from Syria and Northern Africa.
As rescuers search the Mediterranean for hundreds of migrants after a boat capsized off the Libyan, Syrian refugees in the most popular Greek arrival point tell us death is unavoidable without any safe routes.
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