Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, who governs Austria with the far-right Freedom Party as his coalition partner, calls the poem that appeared in a local publication of the party 'abhorrent, inhuman and deeply racist'
Sudanese and Eritrean nationals would be deported either 'voluntarily or by coercion,' Hayamin Hehadash Co-Chair Ayelet Shaked said
The patient's daughter claims the caregiver 'was working on a solution' to repay loans, 'but I didn't believe the solution would be my mother'
After three workers were killed in a single week, minister fails to admit to the failure off his own ineffective policy
'Our children were born and grew up in Israel,' migrant workers from the Philippines who organized Shabbat get together say
Israel is deporting children of migrant workers, but many were born and raised in Israel and have never known another home
'When I Was in Fifth Grade They Put Us in Jail': Deported Filipino Children Long to Return to Israel, Only Home They Knew
‘It’s inhumane to take a 13-year-old who has lived here all his life and load him onto a plane one morning,’ says one deported boy's teacher
'I am an Israeli child, just let me stay in my home': Children facing deportation were either born in Israel or spent most of their lives in the country
The Labor Ministry focused safety inspection on construction sites, yet deaths increased there as well
Workers’ rights groups have long complained about a lack of government supervision of agricultural employment; investigations into current cases are underway
Under pressure from farmers, finance minister delayed implementation of an approved agreement signed with the Thai government to ensure the workers’ pension rights
After lengthy delays, advocates welcome move to protect rights of workers 'who have been neglected for years and abandoned in death without anyone held responsible'
A judge cites possible ‘severe and irreversible damage’ of sending them back; the state has until January 7 to respond
Backtracking on commitments to Thailand made only last week ‘is inconceivable,' urgent letter sent to finance ministry says
Week after labor agreement signed between Israel and Thailand, Israeli farmers employing Thai workers urge government to amend it
Workers Hotline NGO: Population authority speaks of migrants’ ‘family unit’ like they mean ‘terror cell’
Defender Paty Yeye Lenkebe spent 12 years playing for clubs in the second tier of Israeli soccer. Now, though, he faces the very real prospect of being sent back to his war-torn homeland
The UNHCR says no other country has removed its protection from citizens of the violent country, where the agency says the situation will worsen due to upcoming elections
Interior Minister Arye Deri decides to nix special status of Congolese migrants who fled to Israel from violent conflict in their homeland ■ Decision to come into effect in January 2019
Anxious to improve image ahead of World Cup, Gulf state cracks down on some forms of labor abuse
In Chemnitz in the former East Germany, older residents speak wisftully of the days when there were fewer foreigners, while newcomers tell of harassment and violence
‘The police in Nepal may steal money from people, but here in Israel?’ a complainant asks. The two officers deny any wrongdoing
Chanpen Sae-jo, 32, was taken to the hospital in serious condition after Thursday's rocket attack. Her employer: 'Anyone who tells you he isn’t afraid is lying'
Officials say increase in number of workers who can work in Israel for foreign companies is part of the drive to speed up construction
Conversion is a controversial issue within the deeply Catholic Filipino community. But the Lopez family hope that by converting they will safeguard the future of their children in Israel
Algeria's mass expulsions have picked up since October 2017, as the EU renew pressure to head off migrants going north to Europe via the Mediterranean Sea
It is now a crime to help asylum seekers in Hungary, and Prime Minister Viktor Orbán doesn’t care if European liberals are appalled
The Histadrut says asylum seekers cannot join because they lack work permits, even though the rules make them eligible. It initially claimed there was a technical obstacle to accepting their applications
Netanyahu's chief of staff and national security adviser supported the agreement with the UN, but the PM quickly bowed to anger from his base
After praising him the previous day, U.S. groups urge Netanyahu to reconsider his decision: 'It goes to the heart of our shared values as Jews'