Anna abatov, Ombudsman for Human Rights, said conditions were 'worse than Czech prisons'
A personal account of outreach and understanding in Jordan's refugee neighborhoods.
A list of inhospitable regulations is meant to deter refugees from traveling to the country.
The announcements follow calls by Angela Merkel for European countries to open their borders.
Meanwhile, Israel debates its response to refugee crisis.
Macedonia declared a state of emergency in two border regions.
Officials call on the international community to help as refugee numbers in Turkey set to hit 2.5 million.
The EU's poorest country attempts to cope with a soaring number of asylum seekers and refugees through harsh methods.
Södertälje has welcomed 8,000 refugees in the last 12 years.
A group aligned with Hamas clashed with ISIS in areas captured yesterday, a monitoring group says.
The refugee boy who calls himself Han Song claims to have travelled 7000km to Sweden by truck, rail and foot.
The UN is backing a six-part radio drama to focus on forced marriage, domestic violence and water shortages
ISIS is aiming violence at children while recruiting youth to work for its cause, whether by choice or by force.
The Turkish prime minister Davutoglu accuses Syrian forces of committing massacres in and around Aleppo and worries that this could lead to a major refugee crisis in Turkey
A Syrian army helicopter dropped two barrel bombs on a displaced persons camp in the northern province of Idlib on Wednesday, killing many civilians
Britons are being duped into funding Islamist groups in Syria via supposed humanitarian donations to smaller charities, according to an anti-radicalisation think-tank
The road from war-torn Aleppo to a Western utopia is fraught with danger and disillusionment