December 12, 2017
December 12, 2017

Amnesty International claims the EU is complicit in the abuse of migrants in Libya. Syrian refugees in Turkey are facing challenges renewing their passports, and an art installation in Madrid commemorates migrants who lost their lives in the Mediterranean.

Amnesty International claims EU 'complicit' in Libya migrant abuses: Rights group Amnesty International has accused EU governments of supporting migrant abuse in Libya. Echoing previous reports, it found widespread abuse of migrants in Libya by the government, smugglers and armed groups.

Harsh challenges for Syrians renewing passports in Turkey: Syrian refugees in Turkey face challenges adjusting to a new life. The problems they face when trying to renew their passports just adds to their misery.

Italy: Sant'Egidio guide lists services for homeless: The Rome branch of the Community of Sant'Egidio has presented its 2018 edition of its 'Where to Eat, Sleep, Wash' guidebook. The publication brings together listings of public and private services that can be useful for both foreigners and the disadvantaged in Rome.

Madrid: remembering victims of the ongoing migrant crisis:An installation by Colombian artist Doris Salcedo in the Spanish capital aims to commemorate migrants who died trying to reach the EU via the Mediterranean Sea. The names of those who have drowned are engraved in a monument.


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