High Court panel says 'there was no longer a reason to hold them' in the absence of an agreement with a 'third country'
Officials in the Ugandan president's office say visas Israel gives to asylum seekers on their way to Entebbe Airport 'bear no resemblance to any document our government issues'
Israel's High Court Attacks State for Keeping Asylum Seekers Jailed With No Deportation Deal in Sight
'There's no agreement yet you're keeping people in prison,' Supreme Court president charges; both Uganda and Rwanda repeatedly clarified they won't take asylum seekers against their will
According to the office of Ugandan president, entry without inoculation for yellow fever is against Ugandan law
The prime minister offered a brief moment of grace before reverting to type this week, but it’s important to recall the times when common sense made a difference and simple decency prevailed in Israel
Netanyahu says Canada, Germany, Italy among countries to take in asylum seekers ■ Israel will deport 16,250 refugees to West, grant 16,250 temporary residency status
'Yoni Netanyahu’s Mistake Nearly Led to Disaster': U.K. Historian Sets the Record Straight on Operation Entebbe
The PM's slain brother was not a central figure in the operation, Saul David, on whose book the film '7 Days in Entebbe' was based, tells Haaretz
'I saw with my own eyes: Elderly women who suffered abuse, babies that were raped.' An Eritrean activist describes Sinai horrors ignored by the world
After being deported to South Sudan, these kids now attend a private school in Kampala funded by an Israeli organization
Asylum seekers are being told in the notices for a pre-deportation hearing that their age is not a criterion that can prevent their deportation