“The infiltrators will have the option to be imprisoned or leave the country,” Israel’s Ministry of Public Security said in a statement.
President Donald Trump opposed the Obama-era deal but Australian Prime Minister ultimately convinced him to uphold it.
The camp is one of two Australian facilities for processing asylum seekers criticised by human rights bodies.
The increasing flow of asylum seekers from the U.S. has become a contentious issue in Canada.
The refugees and migrant agencies blame the exodus on moves by U.S. President Donald Trump to clamp down on immigration.
The law would allow authorities to stop providing food and shelter in measures seen as countering the rise of the far-right Freedom Party.
Immigration agents would be newly empowered to reject asylum-seekers earlier in the process under a draft not yet sent to field offices.
Children are at risk if authorities continue to rush dismantlement of the notorious refugee camp.
Around 250 asylum seekers face deportation to remote Pacific islands.
The latest estimates include 20.2 million refugees fleeing wars and persecution.
Dozens of youth tore down fences, threw beer bottles and fireworks at police.
If the High Court of Justice upholds a recent district court decision, asylum seekers in Israel—mainly Eritreans and Sudanese—will have to agree to either indefinite incarceration or resettlement in a country that does not respect their basic rights
The figures are nearly double what was spent on the same practice in 2011-12.
In Gambia, whole towns are being emptied of their young men on their way to Europe or the U.S.
German newspaper Bild cited a confidential government forecast raising the number from 800,000 in summer.
Countries of Central Europe and the Baltics can turn the refugee crisis into an opportunity.
European governments forced through the plan to resettle 120,000 asylum seekers, despite opposition from four countries.
The drinks company is teaming up with a Bedouin town to provide asylum to Syrian refugees.
The plan drew fierce objections from some east European countries, notably the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary.
“I don’t know what I will do,” said 40-year-old Riad from Aleppo in Syria. “I will wait to see. We have lost everything to reach this point.”
Hungary says the tougher laws will 'start a new era' in preventing migrants entering its borders.
The 30-year-old agreement guaranteeing freedom of movement is being severely tested by the refugee crisis.
Displaced Syrians recognize that hospitality for them in Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey has maxed out.
Germany is expecting to process 800,000 asylum applications this year.
A list of inhospitable regulations is meant to deter refugees from traveling to the country.
Driven by history and economic necessity, she has shown compassion, crucial leadership.