November 6, 2017
November 6, 2017

Over half of Syrian refugees in Turkey would like to obtain citizenship. A study warns of 20 million climate refugees over the next 20 years. An animated video narrates the story of Mary, a Nigerian woman who suffered abuse on her journey to Europe. This and more in today's roundup.

'Half of Syrians in Turkey would like to stay': A research carried out by the Istanbul Policy Center has revealed that an estimated three-fourths of Syrians in Turkey would like to become citizens. Click here to read more.

Is the world prepared for climate refugees? Senior US military experts say the effects of climate change could cause a migration wave of 20 million climate refugees over the next 20 years. But climate risk insurance schemes could prevent it. Click here to read more.

Racist attack on home of migrant student Amir in Greece: Unknown assailants threw rocks at the home of an 11-year-old migrant student from Afghanistan living in Athens, Greece. The attack is being treated by police as a racially-motivated incident. Click here to read more.

The story of Mary, victim of 'an empty promise': ''I wish people would realize that we all have the same blood running through our veins'', says Mary, who has left Nigeria for Italy. A video made by the organization PositiveNegatives talks about her story. Click here to read more.

1.6 million people seek humanitarian protection in Germany: The Federal Statistical Office has revealed that 2 percent of the people who lived in Germany at the end of 2016 had lodged asylum applications. That's more than double the figure for 2014. Click here to read more. 

 

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