Tag Archives: Refugees

Taylor Wessing prize: who is the man in the photograph?

Amadou Sumaila demonstrates granted permission to share character in which he explains how and why he left Mali and arrived in Sicily Amadou Sumaila are members of 118 parties rescued from an inflatable ship drifting 20 miles off the Libyan coast on a clearly defined, calm morning in August last year. The kind of daytime … Read More

Hundreds of refugees try to scale barricade subdividing Morocco and Spanish enclave

An estimated 1,100 people from sub-Saharan Africa try to reach Europe by clambering over their own borders barricade with Ceuta on New Years Day Hundreds of refugees have tried to hop a high double barrier between Morocco and the Spanish district of Ceuta, arising in murderous strifes with police. A group of 1,100 beings from … Read More

Surge in aid from many European countries driven by expenditure on looking after refugees at home, where spending has nearly doubled The amount of foreign aid money rich nations spend on dealing with the impact of the refugee crisis at home has almost doubled over the past year and now accounts for 9% of all … Read More

More Beings Absconded To Europe By Boat This Year Than Live In Washington, DC

The prodigious scale of the status of refugees and migrant crisis that has shaken Europe was foreground this week by a staggering statistic. Last month, 218, 394 humen, women and children fled to Europe via the Mediterranean Sea, the United Nations refugee agency said here on Monday. This is more than any previous month on … Read More