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  • Refugees arrive at the train station in Saalfeld, central Germany, Saturday, Sept. 5, 2015. Hundreds of refugees arrived in a train from Munich to be transported by busses to an accomodation centre. (AP Photo/Jens Meyer)

    Syrian Refugee in Germany Finds $160,000, Turns It in to Police

    A 25-year-old Syrian refugee living in Minden, Germany has been hailed as a “hero” for turning €150,000 to authorities. The Syrian man found the money in a cupboard that had been given to him by a charitable organization. After discovering that the huge amount, which was hidden in the cupboard,...
  • More than 900  illegal migrants are shipped to the mainland after being rescued by Italian Navy boat 'Fregata Euro'    in the Mediterranean Sea, 12 September 2014.  EPA/GIUSEPPE LAMI

    400 Refugees Drown While Crossing from Egypt to Italy: Reports

    At least 400 refugees travelling by boats from Egypt to Italy have drowned in the Mediterranean sea, reported BBC Arabic citing Somalia’s Ambassador to Egypt. Earlier in the idea, Somali media reported that hundreds of Somali youth had died when their boat capsized in the Mediterranean Sea. Despite the...
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    Masked Men Are Attacking and Molesting Child Refugees in Sweden

    Up to 100 ‘masked men’ have been accused of attacking and molesting child refugees in Sweden, reported local and international media. Believed to belong to a Neo-Nazi group, the masked men dressed in all-black outfits gathered in the capital city of Sweden to “punish migrants”. “They gathered...
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    Syrian Refugees Exploited by Lebanon’s New Residency Laws

    In a bid to reduce the number of Syrians across Lebanon, the Council of Ministers passed new residency rules that impose new regulations on refugees. The new regulations require all refugees residing in Lebanon, regardless of whether they have previously been registered with the United Nations High Commissioner for...
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    A Starving Syrian Child Has Died in Front of UN Aid Workers as Hundreds Starve

    “I’m tired. For God’s sake get us out. I want treatment,” moans Mohamed, a young Syrian boy, as UNICEF health staff attend to him, revealing his scrawny body with clearly visible bones. On Friday, UNICEF officials confirmed reports of mass malnutrition among children in the besieged city of Madaya....