Israel Frees Detained Migrants as Rwanda Relocation Deal Flops
For the estimated 37,000 migrants in Israel, most of them from Eritrea and Sudan, the whirlwind of announcements over the past three days about their future has swept their status even deeper into limbo. 58 migrants have been freed from Saharonim in the south of the country because the state could not give assurances to the Supreme Court that it had found a safe haven for them abroad.
VOA, 10 April 2018
Uncertainty reigns for African migrants in Israel a week after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu abandoned a plan to resolve the country’s refugee crisis, just one day after… Read more »
East African, 5 April 2018
Israel on Wednesday released from detention a small group of African migrants who had been awaiting deportation after the collapse of an international deal to send them to Rwanda. Read more »
East African, 4 April 2018
Rwanda has once again denied the existence of a controversial deal to receive African migrants from Israel. Read more »
Daily Maverick, 26 March 2018
To reach a permanent solution to refugee crises, we need to address the root cause: democratisation and the violation of human rights in Africa. This is a global crisis, which… Read more »
Eritreans protesting in Tel Aviv (file photo).
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Louise Mushikiwabo, affirmed that Kigali would accept the refugees and asylum seekers as long as the process of relocating them was in line with ... Read more »