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Syria richer Gulf neighbours have been accused of not doing their fair share in the humanitarian crisis, with Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, UAE. Read more.
“Amal Clooney is in a pretty rough spot right now in the Maldives,” a source told People magazine. Read more.
UNHCR says: “The number of people fleeing war and poverty for a better life in Europe will likely reach 400,000 this year and 450,000 in 2016.2 Read more,
Jewish Leaders said: “A change to our law to prevent one sector of our society, in this case South African Jews, from having a relationship with Israel,” Read more.
Iran is sending billions of dollars to fill the pockets of terrorist fighters across Middle East, including Yemen, Syria, Lebanon and Gaza. Read more.
EU to introduce national quotas to relocate more than 160,000 asylum seekers. Germany would take 40,000 and France to accommodate 30,000 people. Read more.
Records revealed by UK’s first national anti-Muslim hate crime helpline has revealed that there were 816 Islamophobia offences. Read more.
Isaac Herzog, head of the main opposition Zionist Union party, appealed to Israeli leaders to “absorb refugees from the fighting in Syria”, Read more.
Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann said : “Now we have to move step-by-step away from emergency measures towards normality.” Read more.
Refugees were greeted with spontaneous rounds of applause and songs. Germans clutched placards bearing the words ‘We love refugees’, Read more.
Thousands of refugees and migrants streamed into Germany on Sunday, many travelling through Austria from Hungary where they had been stranded. Read more.
Here are Refugees in Europe. Their daily struggles. See Europe refugee photos of day now.
NIGERIA POLITICS: 100 Days Of President Buhari In Office: Nigeria Economy Lacks Progress Without Policy
“The absence of a cabinet, a team … has made it hard for him to set out a specific programme,” added the diplomat. Read more.
AUSTRALIA: Peter Dutton Slams New York Times Over Asylum Seeker Editorial, Insisting Government’s Policies Lawful, Safe, Worked
Earlier on Tony Abbott said the “very sad” photographs of the Syrian child, Alyon Kurdi, demonstrated the need for tough asylum seekers policies. Read more.
Afsaneh: “Now we are free and can be ourselves,” Read more.
A Turkish police officer carries 3-year-old Alan Kurdi boy who drowned in a failed attempt to sail to Greek island of Kos. Read more.
“It’s a huge parliament. It’s the biggest in Egyptian history, 596 members. We never had such a big parliament,” Ayman Abbas said. Read more. Share it.
Palestinian refugees who rely entirely on food distribution from UN agency has ballooned from 72,000 in 2000 to 868,000. Read more.
Fyodorov, a member of the ruling United Russia party: Pressure on sex workers has increased lately, said Danilov. “[Police raiding sex workers] wasn’t that common before.” Read more.
Angela Merkel: “Right to asylum is foundation of Germany constitution, and the government will form comprehensive package to address the issue.” Read more.