In a rally organized by the Free Patriotic Movement (FPC) in the southern Lebanese town of Jezzine, former Lebanese President Michel Aoun referred to the presence of Syrian refugees in Lebanon as "a plot against the country." Despite the fact that these refugees fled their home country due to the

Following an unprecedented influx of migrants, the Italian Interior Ministry has declared a state of emergency on April 11 and requested that the island of Lampedusa increase its capacity to receive migrants.

Shortly before President Said's inaugural visit to the Tunis International Book Fair, security agents from the Ministry of Culture confiscated novelist Kamel Riahi's latest book, which describes a "Tunisian Frankenstein embodied by the head of state".

A 71-year-old doctor and his 64-year-old assistant were caught in the act of attempting to perform an abortion on a 15-year-old girl and subsequently taken into police custody by the anti-gang brigade of the local police prefecture in Meknes, located in the northern region of the country.

On Wednesday morning, authorities took action to dismantle Unibéton, which was the largest squat in the Ile-de-France region, located in the Seine-Saint-Denis department.

As a result of the ongoing turmoil and strife in Sudan, officials in Cairo are confronted with an additional surge of individuals seeking refuge, employment opportunities, and access to proper healthcare.

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has ruled that Greece must provide €5,000 in compensation to a 23-year-old Ghanaian national who was an asylum seeker and underwent "inhuman and degrading treatment" at a Greek hotspot in 2019.


Based on information provided by two anonymous army officials, over 50 Syrians have been deported by the Lebanese army in the past two weeks and sent back to their war-torn country.

The Spanish authorities announced rescuing several boats, carrying a total of 445 people, which were on their way to the islands of Lanzarote, Gran Canaria, and Fuerteventura.


The Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Libya, Abdoulaye Bathily, told the Security Council on Tuesday that renewed cooperation between Libyan leaders should be encouraged as the country prepares for elections later this year.


The European Commission has called on Member States to take in more asylum seekers to help Italy, which is facing a dramatic increase in migrant arrivals across the Mediterranean.