Many migrants leave dire situations in their home countries to travel to Saudi Arabia in search of work and opportunity but end up in desperate conditions in Yemen, writes Deutsche Welle's Fanny Facsar.
Into the Unknown - African Migrants in Yemen
Deutsche Welle, 5 August 2019
Many migrants from East Africa choose a route that is less known, cheaper and even more dangerous than the Mediterranean: They cross the Gulf of Aden and land in war-torn Yemen.… Read more »
African migrants who make the dangerous crossing to Yemen land in the middle of a war.
Halfway Round the World By Plane - Continent's New Migration Route
Deutsche Welle, 2 August 2019
Migrants using traditional routes from Africa to Europe often fail to reach their destination. Smugglers now offer new options, such as taking migrants to faraway countries by… Read more »
The migrants mostly from Togo, Burkina Faso, Nigeria and Benin are stranded after they were rescued by the country's military from their capsizing vessel in the Atlantic Ocean. Read more »
More than 3,000 people in detention centres in the Libyan capital are "at imminent risk of being killed or seriously injured" in fighting, says Doctors Without ... Read more »
The United Nations Security Council held a closed emergency session to draft a response to the killing of at least 44 people in an air strike on a migrant and refugee detention ... Read more »
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