Over 600 migrants disembark in Italy's Bari
They came from Syria, Bangladesh, Palestine, Egypt and Pakistan on board a reportedly overcrowded fishing boat.
EU braces for unprecedented migrant arrivals
Sudan conflict drives mass exodus, with desperate refugees risking their lives crossing the Mediterranean to Europe.
Germany concerned by migrant influx
A recent increase in the number of migrants from Africa and the Middle East attempting to enter Poland has sparked concerns in neighbouring Germany – causing some to call for a reintroduction of controls along the countries' shared border.
UK restricts family immigration for students
The United Kingdom government has promised to bring down immigration numbers. As part of its campaign, the Home Office is stopping many foreign postgraduate students from bringing relatives to the country.
France cracks down on migrant homes
French authorities on the Indian Ocean island of Mayotte, part of the Comoros archipelago, have begun demolishing homes in an operation they say is aimed at sub-standard housing and illegal migration. But locals say it is leaving them ho...
Tunisia intercepts 17,000 migrants
Tunisia's coastguard says it has intercepted more than 17,000 people trying to cross the Mediterranean to Europe from the country since January. In the same period last year, only 3,000 tried to make the journey.
French authorities destroy migrant village
France deploys hundreds of police officers to oversee the destruction of a slum on the island of Mayotte in the Indian Ocean in an operation authorities say is aimed at curbing sub-standard housing and illegal migration.
UN warns of humanitarian crisis worsening in Chad
Conflict has been displacing Sudanese for decades. Refugees from previous wars who have settled in neighbouring Chad are now welcoming the latest arrivals.
Record numbers of migrants bound for U.S
The number of U.S.-bound migrants who cross the dangerous jungle separating Panama and Colombia could rise to a record this year. The United Nations has been tracking migrants heading north through the crossing known as the Darien Gap. ...
Somalian floods leave over 200,000 homeless
At least 200-thousand people in central Somalia have been displaced by heavy rains and flooding. The wet weather comes after a prolonged drought that has left millions of people on the brink of famine. The United Nations says it needs 2....
Sudan conflict creates security vacuum at Chad border
The Sudanese army and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces are blaming each other for the escalation of violence in the west of the country. Fighting in West Darfur is sending more refugees into neighbouring Chad.
Migrant surge from Title 42 expiration never came
Despite fears that floods of migrants would cross the border to seek asylum in the U.S. once Title 42 expired, federal officials say there was no such spike in the first few days.Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas told CNN's ...
Migrant crossings at U.S.-Mexico border dip
The Biden administration said the number of migrant crossings at the U.S.-Mexico border dropped after Title 42 expired and as criminal penalties were reinstated. Authorities also denied that latest restrictions are "a ban on asylum".
Title 42 expiration intensifies border crisis
As thousands of the "uninvited" push across the Southern border into Texas, outrage aimed at the President over lifting the Title 42 restraint has been continual and ferocious. We spoke to DEA Special Agent in Charge Danny Comeaux who is...
Services strained at U.S, Mexico border
The chaos at the U.S.-Mexico border that some feared didn't materialize with the expiry of the pandemic-era immigration policy known as Title 42. The policy that replaced it has left hundreds of migrants waiting to enter, filling emergen...
Confusion at US-Mexico border as Title 42 ends
Experts say new restrictions at US-Mexico border will continue to impede access to asylum as contentious policy expires.
New US immigration rules come into force
US Homeland Security insists "our borders are not open", as new immigration rules come into force that many migrants think will make it harder for them to obtain asylum.
New law set to deny entry to migrants
U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas outlined new regulation amid a surge of migrants at the southern border with Mexico. The new regulation will deny asylum to most migrants crossing the U.S.-Mexico border illegally, a...
Migrants bussed to VP Kamala Harris's home
Thursday morning, another group of migrants was bused to Vice President Kamala Harris' residence, and D.C. officials say the District is being used in the political war over immigration. FOX 5's Tom Fitzgerald spoke to D.C. Councilmember...
Sudanese refugees flood into Chad
The conflict in Sudan is worsening the threat of communal violence for people in West Darfur. A rumour is enough to send entire communities in search of safety. Those fleeing to neighbouring Chad say they are afraid of being caught up in...
Violence in Haiti drives many to flee the country
Violent gangs control more than 80 percent of the Haitian capital, Port-au-Prince, and fighting and kidnappings are common across the country. Police are outnumbered and outgunned and, so far, the prime minister's request for internation...
U.S. prepares for migrant influx as Title 42 ends
US President Joe Biden’s administration is preparing for the end of a controversial public health order that has allowed authorities to turn away most asylum seekers at the United States border with Mexico. Biden held a call with his Mex...
Thousands of migrants line up at U.S, Mexico border
A Trump-era emergency law known as Title 42 blocked many migrants from crossing the Mexican border into the U.S. With the law set to expire, thousands of people, including many children, are waiting in tent cities near the border hoping ...
Title 42 immigration policy to expire
A big shift in immigration policy is set to happen Thursday at the southern border. The policy known as Title 42 will expire, and that's expected to lead to a surge in migrants coming to the border.
Warnings migrant crossing into the U.S are set to surge
Public health rule Title 42 was used to block and expel migrants during the COVID pandemic. Migrant advocates warn its lifting could sharply boost the number of migrants attempting to cross the border.
Migrants stranded on US-Mexico border
Near San Diego, California, on Monday (May 8), hundreds of migrants were waiting between two U.S. border fences as U.S. Customs and Border Protection appeared to struggle to process them.
Texas governor orders national guard to border
The Republican governor of Texas on Monday ordered hundreds of National Guard soldiers to the US-Mexico border, in what he said was a bid to stem an expected surge of migration when COVID-era rules lapse this week. In an illustration of ...
Chicago struggles with migrant influx
The city of Chicago has been welcoming thousands of migrants arriving from the southern U.S border. Some of them have been transported by bus from Republican-led states such as Texas. But the city is struggling to find resources to suppo...
Biden aims to deter expected migrant influx
A Trump-era border policy which authorized the rapid expulsion of asylum--seeking migrants is due to expire on May 11, and the Biden Administration hopes new rules will keep an expected surge in border-crossers from dominating the 2024 p...