House Republicans are outlining legislation aimed at increasing screenings for Syrian and Iraqi refugees before they enter the United States, including a requirement for FBI background checks.
By Margaret Sessa-Hawkins
Slovenia has said that it will be building ‘temporary technical obstacles,’ possibly including fences, along its border with Croatia.
By Corinne Segal
Syrian filmmaker Waref Abu Quba shot his short film “In Damascus” in 2011, shortly before civil war erupted in his country.
As the E.U. debates what to do with a steady flow of migrants and war refugees, Greece remains Ground Zero for refugee arrivals, and fears are growing that resistance to migrants in central and northern Europe will lead to refugees…
I was born in the oldest inhabited capital in the world, Damascus. For almost five years, I have watched my country being torn apart.
By Corinne Segal
As images of desperate Syrian refugees make headlines, Nour Nouralla is one of a group of photographers bringing focus to the individual faces and voices that share a Syrian identity with the project “Syrian Eyes of the World.”…
By Rusul Alrubail
When I see images of children refugees now, I feel haunted by them. Even though my nightmare is over, theirs is just beginning.
By Julie Pace and Vladimir Isachenkov, Associated Press
U.S. President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin clashed Monday over their competing visions for Syria.
As the Syrian refugee crisis has transcended borders and minds, a growing number of U.S. corporations have reached into their pocketbooks and outward to public spheres of influence to assist with the humanitarian food efforts.
The United Nations this weekend said 80 percent of the migrants coming to Europe are from war-torn Syria, Libya, Iraq and Afghanistan. Recent refugees arriving in new countries face a challenge that will take much longer than the journey from…
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