Roundup
Roundup

Refugees on the Greek islands are living in dire conditions. In Nigeria, people who escaped the terror outfit Boko Haram are building a new life and InfoMigrants takes a look at Greece's asylum policy. All this and more in today's roundup.

Refugees on Greek islands face untenable conditions: Thousands of refugees are stuck on the Greek island of Chios. Capacity in the camps is close to bursting and the authorities and NGOs seem unable to cope. Marianna Karakoulaki and Dimitris Tosidis report from Chios. Click here to read more.

Nigeria: Boko Haram refugees find new home: In Nigeria, Mubi is known as the city of peace; half of the population is Christian, the other half Muslim. It has now become home to 100,000 Boko Haram refugees. Click here to read more.

What does Greece's asylum policy look like?: Greece's asylum policy has made the headlines as asylum seekers continue to land on islands such as Chios and Samos, How does Greece deal with these asylum seekers and how many in total has the country taken in? Click here to read more.

True or false? Fact checking on migrants in Italy: The Italian Institute for International Political Studies (ISPI) has compiled a fact-checking report that analyses whether the main statements in the Italian debate over migration are true or false. Click here to read more.

 

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