“We just want people to give us a chance to prove ourselves,” International Children’s Peace Prize winner had said.
Both Bangladesh and Myanmar have sought Cambodia’s support in the Rohingya crisis.
As violence spikes in the Central African Republic, a fresh wave of refugees has been forced into Chad. Some of those are ‘returnees’ who claim to have family roots in the country.
Cambodia sends officials to interview refugees in the United States who are subject to deportation orders.
Lawyers for an American pressure group file a class action lawsuit on behalf of Cambodian refugees detained in recent raids and who are awaiting deportation.
Cambodians convicted of crimes in the United States urge both governments to restructure a 2002 agreement which allowed them to be deported.
Nearly 1 million Rohingya refugees have fled violence in Myanmar, an “untenable situation”.
In the most tender moments of Human Flow, Ai Weiwei’s epic documentary on the worldwide migrant crisis, he is seen hugging, cooking with and cutting the hair of refugees.
Austria votes in a parliamentary election expected to see Kurz become chancellor.
Rohingya Muslims are not native to Myanmar, the army chief told the US ambassador.
Hard-pressed to find space for refugees, Bangladesh will chop down a swathe of forest.
Humanitarian organisations say they need $434 million to help up to 1.2 million people
Japan accepted just three refugees in the first half of 2017 despite receiving a record 8,561 fresh asylum applications.
Sri Lankan police say they have arrested six people in their hunt for a mob led by Buddhist monks who attacked Rohingya refugees.
As a refugee producing country for more than 20 years, it is commendable that Cambodia has gone to great lengths to show the world that they are now ready to help others.
Refugees have left one of Australia’s offshore detention centres for the United States.
Cambodia set out its case yesterday in the row with the US over repatriating people convicted of crimes after Washington slapped travel bans on senior officials.
The European Union’s highest court rules that EU states must take in a share of refugees.
As a network committed to refugee rights protection, APRRN urges the Royal Cambodian Government to protect the right of the remaining 36 Montagnards seeking asylum.
For tens of thousands of refugees stuck in Greece for the past two years after European states shut their borders in rapid succession, survival is no longer an issue.