Decision comes after High Court petition demanding Nuba and Blue Nile asylum seekers receive status as Darfurians have. Lawyers: 'Many asylum seekers who are not included in this decision are on the brink of despair'
Since 2011, hundreds of children have been imprisoned under conditions described as harsh and in violation of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child
Israel reports that 1,019 asylum seekers left Israel between January and May 2018, compared to 1,703 in same stretch in 2017 ■ Figures suggest that 58 percent of asylum seekers earn less than the Israeli minimum wage
The incident took place in the aftermath of a terrorist attack in Be’er Sheva in November 2015
The Eritrean man, a patient in a central Israeli hospital, stabbed the 65-year-old nurse in her abdomen; nurses' association planning strike in response to 'violence in the health system'
Algeria has abandoned more than 13,000 people in the past 14 months, including pregnant women and children, stranding them without food or water and forcing them to walk - sometimes at gunpoint
There’s a new villain in the White House for liberal U.S. Jews – the architect of an immigration policy that would have prevented his own ancestors from settling in the United States
Award-winning writer Tony Kushner compares Republicans’ backing of U.S. president to the German right allowing ‘maniac’ Hitler to take power in the 1930s
It is now a crime to help asylum seekers in Hungary, and Prime Minister Viktor Orbán doesn’t care if European liberals are appalled
'What happened in the 1930s and ’40s has had an impact on our asylum system. The Jewish community cares. I feel like I’m just stating the obvious'