Daily refugee news roundup
Daily refugee news roundup

Identitarians have raised over 150,000 euros to fund a boat to stop refugees coming into the continent. A bomb has exploded in a migrant reception center in Sardinia and Italy is considering sending its navy into Libyan water to send migrants back. This and more in today's news roundup.

Anti-migrant mission "Defend Europe": The Identitarian Movement has raised over 150,000 euros to fund boats and stop refugees coming into the continent. Here is an overview of the group and its latest operation in the Mediterranean. Click here to read more.

Bomb explosion in migrant center in Sardinia: A bomb targeted a migrant reception center in the Sardinian town of Dorgali on Thursday. The explosion severely damaged the facilities but did not lead to casualties.  Click here to read more.

More than 62,000 refugees and migrants in Greece: Greece is now hosting a total of 62,407 refugees and migrants who are awaiting the results of asylum applications, according to new figures released by the Greek Defense Ministry. Click here to read more.

Italy mulls sending navy into Libyan waters to stop migrants: Italy is considering a plan to send its navy into Libyan waters to stop migrants and send them back. Approval for the mission could go before parliament as early as next week. Click here to read more.

German refugee agency unveils new asylum identity technology: Germany's Office for Migration and Refugees says a series of tech upgrades will help it avoid the near comical mistakes of the past. At the same time, it admits that hardware can't replace human evaluation. Click here to read more. 

 

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