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The European Union (EU) is facing unprecedented numbers of refugees and migrants arriving by boat. In 2014, 220,000 people arrived, almost double the combined total of 121,000 from 2011 through 2013. During just the first six…
Un buque de la Armada irlandesa Le Eithne, participa en una operación de rescate como parte del operativo Frontex Tritón, el 6 de junio de 2015
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Protecting the health of vulnerable, displaced people

This fall, the European Commission (EC) and the US Agency for International Development (USAID) began closing down lead-contaminated camps in Kosovo, where displaced Roma were living in abysmal health conditions for a decade. Human Rights Watch…
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On the eve of the European Union summit in Seville in June, Human Rights Watch released a detailed letter to EU heads of state regarding the agenda for the summit. We expressed serious concerns about the continuing absence of adequate rights protections…
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Every year thousands of Moroccan children, some as young as ten, enter Spain alone without proper documentation. Many arrive via the Spanish port cities of Ceuta and Melilla, where they face beatings by Spanish police and staff at residential centers for…
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The government of Spain is violating the rights of migrants and asylum seekers who arrive illegally on Spanish shores. The report, "The Other Face of the Canary Islands: Rights Violations Against Migrants and Asylum Seekers," criticizes substandard…