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ACLU files complaint against returning pregnant asylum-seekers to Mexico

2019-09-27 19:39, nbcnews.com


The complaint called for a full investigation and an "immediate end" to the practice of returning pregnant asylum-seekers to Mexico.

Trump admin sets lowest cap on refugee admissions in four decades. Again.

2019-09-26 23:20, nbcnews.com


The State Department said it was slashing the number of refugees allowed into the U.S. from 30,000 ?? already a historic low ?? to 18,000.

Advocates seek to block U.S. from applying 'asylum ban' to some migrants

2019-09-26 17:25, nbcnews.com


?Had the government not put people unlawfully on endless waitlists ... they would have been processed,? one advocate said.

U.S. signs asylum deal with Honduras that could force migrants to seek relief there

2019-09-25 19:50, nbcnews.com


The Trump administration announced an agreement with Honduras that could force migrants to seek protection in one of the most violent nations in the world.

After 'all the suffering': Young pastor forced to wait in Mexico wins U.S. asylum

2019-09-22 08:30, nbcnews.com


"I?m just so happy to know all my sacrifices, all the tears in the night, all of the suffering, has turned into a great reward," the pastor said.

Trump admin says migrants passing through El Salvador must seek asylum there before asking U.S.

2019-09-20 20:11, nbcnews.com


"El Salvador isn't safe for its own citizens. To deem it safe for refugees seeking asylum would be laughable if it wasn't so dangerous," one advocate said.

Stephen Miller wants to slash the number of refugees allowed in the U.S. The Pentagon is fighting back.

2019-09-20 08:30, nbcnews.com


The Pentagon is the lone voice inside the Trump admin defending the U.S. refugee program.

U.S. seeking to make Cubans seek asylum in Honduras, minister says

2019-09-18 15:07, nbcnews.com


Despite talking of a deal, Rosales said negotiations were still ongoing.

Children not exempt from Trump's toughest asylum policy, officials say

2019-09-13 18:51, nbcnews.com


The new enforcement will include turning back children who arrive at the southern border without their parents.

New border tent courts create a 'faux process' for asylum-seekers, attorneys say

2019-09-12 21:42, nbcnews.com


"This system is set up to turn people away," said the director of an immigration clinic about the expansion of new DHS protocols in Texas.

Supreme Court allows Trump administration to enforce toughest restriction yet on asylum requests

2019-09-11 22:55, nbcnews.com


A lawsuit to stop the new policy is still working its way through the lower courts.

Trump immigration official blames migrant father for deaths captured in photo

2019-06-28 15:55, nbcnews.com


?Until we fix the attractions in our asylum system, people like that father and that child are going to continue to come through a dangerous trip," the acting director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services said

Russia's Putin says a U.S.-Iran war 'would be a catastrophe'

2019-06-20 16:58, nbcnews.com


An Iran-U.S. war would "lead to an increase of violence, and potential increase in refugees from the region,? Putin said, adding it could have "sad consequences" for those who "attempt it."

Syrian refugee charged with plotting to bomb Pennsylvania church

2019-06-19 22:31, nbcnews.com


Mustafa Mousab Alowemer, 21, recorded a video of himself pledging an oath of allegiance to the leader of the Islamic State group, court documents say.

Senate panel approves emergency aid for migrant refugees

2019-06-19 18:44, nbcnews.com


The full Senate is expected to vote on the measure next week.

Asylum-seekers returned to Mexico rarely win bids to wait in U.S.

2019-06-12 14:48, nbcnews.com


Most migrants made to wait in Mexico to seek U.S. asylum have been returned to Tijuana and Juarez, with high levels of cartel and gang activity and violence.

Federal government to use Army base in Oklahoma to shelter migrant children

2019-06-12 08:05, nbcnews.com


The Office of Refugee Resettlement said Tuesday it's dealing with a dramatic spike in the number of children crossing the border without parents.

Meet the man walking across six states to D.C. to call attention to Venezuela's crisis

2019-06-07 15:01, nbcnews.com


Michael Galindo is walking 1,100 miles to Washington to put the spotlight on his native country's plight and pay tribute to refugees who left Venezuela on foot.

Transgender asylum seeker dies after six weeks in ICE custody

2019-06-03 14:16, nbcnews.com


Johana Medina Leon, a transgender woman from El Salvador, died on Saturday, the first day of Pride month.

Marie Kondo's advice threatens the cultural heritage of refugees like me

2019-06-03 08:52, nbcnews.com


The organizing guru recommends throwing out objects that don't "spark joy" in the present. But those items could be treasures for the next generation.

Heat and violence pose twin threats for asylum-seekers waiting at border

2019-05-22 13:33, nbcnews.com


For Central American migrants who follow U.S. government rules for pursuing asylum, conditions on the Mexican side of the border are unsafe and not getting better.

Florida officials demand answers on DHS plan to send asylum-seekers to Democratic counties

2019-05-17 17:12, nbcnews.com


As many as 1,000 undocumented immigrants a month would be brought to Palm Beach and Broward counties, local leaders were told.

California Gov. Gavin Newsom pardons two Cambodian refugees facing deportation

2019-05-15 19:41, nbcnews.com


?I think it sends a signal that he does want to look deeper into refugee issues and does appreciate the impact of people rehabilitating and turning their lives around.?

Graham unveils plan to stop 'humanitarian crisis' at border

2019-05-15 14:41, nbcnews.com


His proposal would mandate that asylum claims be applied for at U.S. consulates and would extend the allowable detention time for families with minors.

Trump can keep sending asylum-seekers to wait in Mexico, court rules

2019-05-08 17:17, nbcnews.com


The court reversed a decision by a San Francisco judge that would have prevented asylum-seekers from being returned to Mexico during the legal challenge.

Trump administration sued over policy barring asylum seekers from asking for bond

2019-05-03 11:41, nbcnews.com


"At the end of the day, the government doesn't get to lock people up without due process," an ACLU attorney said.

Assange sentenced to 50 weeks in prison for skipping bail in England

2019-05-01 10:49, nbcnews.com


His seven years in the Ecuadorian Embassy cost British taxpayers $21 million, and the judge said he sought asylum as a "deliberate attempt to delay justice."

'Heartless': Advocates bristle at Trump plan to charge fee of asylum-seekers

2019-04-30 22:06, nbcnews.com


An attorney said the plan fits with other policy making to limit U.S. immigration to a ?whiter, richer pool of immigrants."

Trump proposes charging asylum seekers fee to process their claims

2019-04-30 01:47, nbcnews.com


Trump ordered changes to ensure that all asylum applications are adjudicated within 180 days, except for those representing exceptional circumstances.

San Diego shelter lodging asylum-seeking moms, babies is shutting down

2019-04-25 22:26, nbcnews.com


?It?s almost a self-made humanitarian crisis. We do not need to have the situation going on right now,? Pastor Bill Jenkins said.

One year after Easter pardons, Cambodian refugees find fragile stability

2019-04-20 11:02, nbcnews.com


Ex-California Gov. Jerry Brown granted more than 1,000 pardons, several of them to Cambodian refugees facing deportation after criminal convictions.

Transgender ICE detainee died from AIDS

2019-04-17 18:00, nbcnews.com


The official autopsy for Honduran migrant Roxsana Hernandez found she had "untreated HIV." Advocates say she was detained after requesting asylum.

Transgender teenager from Brunei seeks asylum in Canada

2019-04-17 14:49, nbcnews.com


Earlier this month, Brunei introduced new Islamic laws to punish homosexuality, adultery and rape with the death penalty, including stoning.

Ruling by Barr means thousands more migrants may wait months in detention

2019-04-16 23:10, nbcnews.com


A ruling by Attorney General William Barr on Tuesday means certain migrants seeking asylum will not be released on bond but instead will stay in detention.

WATCH: Bearded Julian Assange is arrested and removed from Ecuadorian Embassy

2019-04-11 11:01, nbcnews.com


WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was arrested and removed from the Ecuadorian Embassy after the Ecuadorian government withdrew his asylum. As he was carried out by London police, Assange shouted, "you must resist."

Trump admin wants to make asylum harder by putting CBP agents in charge

2019-04-09 17:12, nbcnews.com


President's senior adviser Stephen Miller has argued the move will mean fewer migrants will pass the initial screening known as a credible fear interview.

Judge orders halt to Trump policy of returning asylum seekers to Mexico

2019-04-08 22:08, nbcnews.com


The federal court judge issued the injunction after finding the Trump administration had not done enough to assure the safety of the asylum seekers.

Trump has for months been urging administration to reinstate child separation policy

2019-04-08 14:16, nbcnews.com


A senior administration official said they believe Trump is convinced that family separation has been the most effective policy at deterring asylum seekers.

Trump's support of renewed child separation policy led to collision with Nielsen

2019-04-08 14:16, nbcnews.com


A senior administration official believes Trump is convinced family separation has been the most effective policy at deterring asylum-seekers.

Male refugees victimized by sexual violence say U.N. staffer wanted bribes to help them

2019-04-08 08:01, nbcnews.com


Male refugees said sexual assault forced them to flee their homes and go to the Nakivale refugee camp in hopes the U.N. could resettle them in the West.

Whistleblowers: U.N. refugee agency does not always protect us or address corruption

2019-04-07 11:00, nbcnews.com


A seven-month investigation found reports of U.N. staff members exploiting refugees desperate for a safe home in a new country.

Desperate refugees say some U.N. workers demand bribes to resettle them

2019-04-06 11:00, nbcnews.com


A seven-month investigation found widespread reports of U.N. staff members exploiting refugees desperate for a safe home in a new country.

Nielsen said she will increase number of asylum seekers made to wait in Mexico

2019-04-01 16:06, nbcnews.com


Amid a rapid rise in attempted border crossings, the DHS secretary will also up the number of asylum seekers made to wait on the Mexico side of the border.

O'Rourke kicks off campaign in hometown, promises largest grassroots campaign

2019-03-30 19:29, nbcnews.com


?We are safe not despite the fact that we are a city of immigrants and asylum seekers; we are safe because we are a city of immigrants and asylum seekers," he said.

Tijuana is experiencing record violence. Asylum-seekers forced to wait there fear for their lives.

2019-03-27 19:15, nbcnews.com


"We are like a blind man who can only feel the sunlight, but cannot see it," said a Guatemalan migrant who was sent back to Mexico after seeking asylum.

Cambodian refugees in N. California face deportation

2019-03-25 22:22, nbcnews.com


At least four Cambodian refugees in the San Francisco Bay Area were detained on March 13 during an immigration check-in.

A shelter in Turkey opened by Syrian refugee women faces an uncertain future

2019-03-24 09:29, nbcnews.com


A lack of funding could lead to the closure of The Salem Center, which says it is the largest shelter in Turkey run by Syrian refugees for Syrian refugees.

In Ciudad Juárez, Cuban migrants seek asylum in the U.S.

2019-03-22 13:34, nbcnews.com


Mexican officials who oversee migrant shelters in Juárez, Mexico, said they?ve seen more Cubans arriving since late last year.

Trapped in Tijuana: Migrants face a long, dangerous wait to claim asylum

2019-03-18 17:06, nbcnews.com


?If I continue to stay here, I am going to be killed,? said a mother of two from Honduras, who spent two months waiting in Tijuana to cross into the U.S.

Behind the wall: How thousands of asylum seekers are trapped at the U.S. border

2019-03-18 16:51, nbcnews.com


Central American migrants traveled in caravans for thousands of miles to Tijuana in the hope of presenting their asylum case at the U.S. port of entry. While U.S. and international law protects asylum seekers from being turned back at the border, Customs and Border Protections says they don?t have the capacity to handle such large numbers, leaving migrants stranded in Mexico.

A big brother, a refugee, a keen horse rider: Victims of mosque attacks mourned

2019-03-18 13:10, nbcnews.com


The family of 16-year-old Hamza Mustafa, who was gunned down Friday, fled the civil war in Syria.

Advocacy group pushes for inclusion of Laos history in California's curriculum

2019-03-14 21:49, nbcnews.com


The push comes after then-Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill in 2018 adding lessons on Vietnamese-American refugees, the Cambodian genocide and the Hmong history.

Trump admin has turned back 240 asylum seekers at border under 'Remain in Mexico' policy

2019-03-12 16:52, nbcnews.com


"Remain in Mexico" has been in place since January and is meant to curb the number of asylum seekers DHS must detain while they await court hearings.

America Ferrera slams Trump migrant policy after visit to Tijuana shelter

2019-03-11 16:36, nbcnews.com


"Let me be clear: it is legal to seek asylum," said actress Kerry Washington, who was part of the group. "We must protect those human rights."

Trump admin admits a dozen Iranian Christian refugees, hundreds more in limbo

2019-03-07 21:37, nbcnews.com


The president has vowed to help persecuted Christians in the Middle East. But the number of Christian refugees admitted into the U.S. has sharply declined.

Border agents are told to target Spanish speakers, records show

2019-03-07 14:44, nbcnews.com


?We know they are trying to get at Central American asylum-seekers but to see it written there so blatantly is so disturbing,? an ACLU attorney said.

Trump policies forcing migrants to cross illegally rather than legally, say advocates

2019-03-01 09:33, nbcnews.com


Word is spreading that migrants now have to wait months in dangerous Mexican border cities before asking for asylum at a legal port of entry.

Since Trump restricted flow at border, more migrants trying to sneak through undetected

2019-03-01 09:33, nbcnews.com


Word is spreading that migrants now have to wait months in dangerous Mexican border cities before asking for asylum at a legal port of entry.

Second deported Cambodian refugee to return to U.S.

2019-02-27 14:49, nbcnews.com


Constantly changing immigration laws, including what convictions make an individual removable from the U.S., are giving deportees hope they can return.

Thousands of allegations of sexual misconduct toward migrant children reported

2019-02-26 20:37, nbcnews.com


The documents show more than 4,550 allegations were reported to the Office of Refugee Resettlement between fiscal years 2015 and 2018.

Drag queens protest at border wall to raise money for LGBTQ asylum-seekers

2019-02-25 17:55, nbcnews.com


Performers from across the Rio Grande Valley gathered in front of an existing border structure in Brownsville, Texas, to host a No Border Wall Drag Protest.

U.S. could limit asylum claims for family members threatened with harm

2019-02-21 17:43, nbcnews.com


"It?s not uncommon for the bad guys to say to one person, 'If you don?t do what we say, we are going to harm your family,'" an attorney says.

7 Syrian refugee children die in Canadian house fire

2019-02-20 16:03, nbcnews.com


The father was reported fighting for his life after apparently trying in vain to save his children, who ranged in age from about 3 months to the mid-teens.

Rights groups sue Trump admin for making asylum-seekers wait in Mexico

2019-02-14 21:22, nbcnews.com


The Trump administration began turning back asylum-seekers at the border between Tijuana and San Diego late last month.

U.S. will let just 20 migrants per day in caravan cross Texas border

2019-02-06 21:49, nbcnews.com


Eagle Pass, Texas, is not staffed to process large numbers of migrants seeking asylum, and the U.S. is not adding officials who could speed up the process.

LGBTQ asylum-seekers in Europe subjected to stereotyping and humiliation, rights group says

2018-11-29 17:56, nbcnews.com


There?s an ?urgent need? for better protection and treatment of LGBTQ asylum-seekers in Europe, according to the Council of Europe.

Trans asylum-seeker who died in ICE custody suffered 'abuse,' autopsy finds

2018-11-28 19:04, nbcnews.com


Roxsana Hernandez, a transgender woman from Honduras, died in ICE custody after crossing the border. The Transgender Law Center says her death was preventable.

Trump administration asks court for green light to enforce new restrictions on asylum

2018-11-27 23:36, nbcnews.com


Government lawyers said a judge's ruling temporarily blocking the restrictions undermined efforts to encourage the people in the caravans transiting Mexico to follow U.S. law.

Syrian man stranded at Malaysia airport for eight months granted asylum in Canada

2018-11-27 18:00, nbcnews.com


Hassan al Kontar had been stranded at Kuala Lumpur International Airport since March 7.

Rep. Cummings: It's the law to let asylum seekers across the border

2018-11-25 15:27, nbcnews.com


The incoming House Oversight Committee chairman says his investigative focus will be on "protecting" democracy.

Incoming Mexican government denies deal to hold asylum seekers in Mexico

2018-11-25 00:02, nbcnews.com


After initial reports that a deal was in the works to hold asylum seekers in Mexico, the incoming government denied such an agreement had been struck.

Mexico deal could put slow down on mass immigration

2018-11-24 20:52, nbcnews.com


The Trump administration struck a deal with the Mexican government that would require asylum seekers to wait in Mexico as their cases are processed in the United States. Many legal challenges are to come for migrants while waiting in Mexico. NBC?s Julia Ainsley reports.

In rare rebuke, Chief Justice Roberts slams Trump for comment about 'Obama judge'

2018-11-21 21:19, nbcnews.com


The president later responded on Twitter, defending his attacks on the Ninth Circuit for ruling against him in an asylum case.

Tensions mounting as thousands gather at U.S.-Mexico border

2018-11-21 00:21, nbcnews.com


Tensions mounting as thousands gather at U.S.-Mexico border The Trump administration has ordered the military to back up border patrol, but the President?s attempts to turn away all asylum seekers at the Southern border has been blocked by a Federal Judge, who ruled that refugees have a right to have their cases heard.

Judge bars U.S. from enforcing Trump's asylum ban

2018-11-20 07:15, nbcnews.com


President Donald Trump has argued that the recent caravans are a threat to national security.

Peru says ex-president has sought asylum in Uruguay

2018-11-18 20:22, nbcnews.com


Peru's government says former President Alan Garcia is seeking asylum in Uruguay.

Migrants unpopular in Tijuana, Mexico

2018-11-18 05:34, nbcnews.com


The border city welcomed Haitian refugees two years ago, but the latest migrant caravan is unpopular with the mayor and some residents.

Asylum seekers ? once welcomed in Mexico ? met with fear, disdain in Tijuana

2018-11-18 05:34, nbcnews.com


The border city welcomed Haitian refugees two years ago, but the latest migrant caravan is unpopular with the mayor and some residents.

Migrants filling shelters in Tijuana, Mexico

2018-11-18 03:38, nbcnews.com


Caravan members who traveled to the border on foot from Central America start the lengthy process of applying for political asylum in the U.S.

European countries target child marriage in wake of refugee crisis

2018-11-17 12:27, nbcnews.com


Child marriage increases the chances of girls' dropping out of education, living in poverty and becoming victims of domestic violence.

In Mexico caravan, LGBTQ migrants stick together for safety

2018-11-13 14:57, nbcnews.com


These asylum seekers have banded together for protection ? not from the uncertainty of a journey fraught with danger, but from their fellow travelers.

Trump administration publishes rule restricting asylum seekers

2018-11-08 22:08, nbcnews.com


"The proposal is patently unlawful and there will be a court challenge," said Lee Gelernt of the ACLU.

President Trump signs new rule making it harder for immigrants to claim asylum

2018-11-08 22:08, nbcnews.com


"The proposal is patently unlawful and there will be a court challenge," said Lee Gelernt of the ACLU.

With Kavanaugh on court, White House ready for legal battle over asylum rules

2018-11-08 19:47, nbcnews.com


The administration expects to be sued over its draconian new immigration plan, which may be unveiled as soon as Thursday afternoon ? and it expects to win.

Canada apologizes for turning away Nazi-era ship of Jewish refugees

2018-11-07 23:00, nbcnews.com


The German liner MS St. Louis was carrying 907 Jewish Germans fleeing the Nazis in 1939. More than 250 later died in the Holocaust.

Trump vows to crack down on asylum seekers at the border

2018-11-01 22:39, nbcnews.com


In a sharply worded speech Thursday, the president announced two new immigration policies that are expected to be met with lawsuits in federal court.

Shooting suspect posted online about HIAS, an agency known for work with refugees

2018-10-28 19:47, nbcnews.com


"As our president likes to say, 'We used to help refugees because they were Jewish but now we help refugees because we're Jewish,'" said a HIAS spokesperson.

Accused Pittsburgh gunman posted online about HIAS, an agency known for work with refugees

2018-10-28 19:47, nbcnews.com


"As our president likes to say, 'We used to help refugees because they were Jewish, but now we help refugees because we're Jewish,'" said a HIAS spokesman.

Migrant caravan members reject offer to stay in Mexico

2018-10-27 05:03, nbcnews.com


Under the "You are at home" plan, they would have received benefits if they applied for refugee status and stayed in the country's two southernmost states.

Trump may halt entry for nearly all seeking asylum on southern border

2018-10-26 03:21, nbcnews.com


President Trump and National Security Adviser Bolton have grown frustrated with the number of asylum seekers arriving at the southern border.

Facing deportation, Cambodian refugee who killed as 14-year-old seeks pardon

2018-10-25 16:48, nbcnews.com


A governor's pardon doesn't automatically stop deportation proceedings, but it eliminates the convictions on which authorities based their deportation.

Assange fights asylum terms requiring him to pay for food, cat care

2018-10-21 18:25, nbcnews.com


The new terms say that due to budget cuts the embassy is no longer able to pay medical, laundry or food costs associated with Assange's stay.

Trump's migrant caravan threats show he'd forgo prosperity to exploit racism

2018-10-19 16:38, nbcnews.com


To keep out a handful of Central American asylum seekers, the president has said he'd wreak havoc on the U.S. economy.

Refugee team will compete in Tokyo Olympics

2018-10-09 20:53, nbcnews.com


The first Olympic refugee team competed in Rio, with 10 athletes in three sports from South Sudan, Syria, Congo and Ethiopia.

18 states, D.C., back challenge of U.S. asylum rules

2018-09-29 02:14, nbcnews.com


The new rules deny asylum to gang, domestic violence victims.

Stephen Miller bests Pompeo, Haley and Mattis to get his way on immigration

2018-09-21 08:33, nbcnews.com


A planned cut in the number of refugees the U.S. admits is the latest win for hardliner Stephen Miller, who keeps beating the Trump admin?s pragmatists.

Trump admin chops number of refugees U.S. will admit to 38-year low

2018-09-17 22:12, nbcnews.com


Refugee advocates say the number reflects the desire of the Trump administration to limit overall immigration and is not tied to national security.

Migrant families may get a second chance at asylum

2018-09-13 12:33, nbcnews.com


In a major win for separated migrant families, a court settlement will allow them a second chance at claiming asylum.

Trump admin makes it harder for Christian refugees to enter U.S.

2018-09-12 08:33, nbcnews.com


Trump vowed to aid Mideast Christians. But under his administration the number of Christian refugees admitted to the U.S. has fallen more than 40 percent.

Trump cuts $25 million in aid for Palestinian hospitals

2018-09-09 13:31, nbcnews.com


The decision comes after the state department said it would also end funding to the United Nations relief agency for Palestinian refugees.

Trump admin hyped terror threat from refugees, say former officials

2018-09-05 20:56, nbcnews.com


Hard-liners issued their own report that several ex-officials say misstates evidence and inflates the threat posed by people born outside the U.S.

U.S. decision to end refugee funding just latest setback for weary Palestinians

2018-09-01 18:06, nbcnews.com


?I?m angry,? said Abir Zahran, a mother of four. ?I think the Americans want to keep us ignorant. This is their goal.?

U.S. eliminates funding to United Nations' Palestinian refugee agency

2018-09-01 00:54, nbcnews.com


"The world is getting very dark."

Reconstruction is in full swing in war-ravaged Aleppo

2018-08-31 06:48, nbcnews.com


The United Nations estimates roughly 66,000 Syrian refugees returned to the country last year. But five million have left since the start of the war.

A murder, a neo-Nazi rally and violence prompt soul-searching in German city

2018-08-28 12:00, nbcnews.com


Unrest reflects growing schism in Germany after about 1 million asylum seekers were allowed to enter the country in 2015.

Reality TV show gets participants to 'live like refugees'

2018-08-25 15:27, nbcnews.com


"How will this journey change the views on immigration for our heroes? Will this change the way they look at their own lives?"

Trump admin is creating obstacles to block refugees, ex-officials say

2018-08-24 08:32, nbcnews.com


Former officials, aid groups say the Trump admin has overloaded the FBI and other agencies with procedures that delay refugee admissions.

Democrats demand Trump keep U.S. door open for refugees

2018-08-22 17:57, nbcnews.com


The appeal comes as hardliners in the Trump administration push for even lower numbers

Judge tells U.S. officials, ACLU to come up with asylum plan for migrants

2018-08-18 19:27, nbcnews.com


The request was made during a hearing a day after Judge Dana Sabraw extended a freeze on deportations of recently reunified families.

More asylum-seekers are being rejected under new U.S. policies, lawyers say

2018-08-16 19:32, nbcnews.com


?I can?t go back because if I do he will carry out his threats," a Honduran woman who was denied asylum said of a man who raped and beat her.

Iraqi refugee arrested in California on warrant alleging he was ISIS killer

2018-08-15 23:56, nbcnews.com


Omar Abdulsattar Ameen was arrested on a warrant issued in Iraq alleging he killed a police officer there in 2014.

ACLU sues Jeff Sessions over restricting asylum for domestic, gang violence

2018-08-07 22:23, nbcnews.com


"This is a naked attempt by the Trump administration to eviscerate our country"s asylum protections," said an attorney with the ACLU.

Civil war destroyed their homes. These refugees are learning how to rebuild them.

2018-08-05 19:03, nbcnews.com


"If we"re not doing it, if we"re not going to do it, I don"t think anyone else will."

Jose was reunited with his son. But the 3-year-old is learning to trust him again.

2018-07-17 23:16, nbcnews.com


Jose and his 3-year-old son, Jose Jr., were separated after arriving at a port of entry and seeking asylum. They were reunited almost two months later.

Trump admin gives separated parents choice: Leave U.S. with kids, or without

2018-07-03 17:39, nbcnews.com


Rights advocates say the new directive prevents migrant parents who were separated from their kids under zero tolerance from asking for asylum in the U.S.

9 injured in stabbing at Idaho apartment complex that houses refugees

2018-07-01 13:44, nbcnews.com


"As you can imagine, the Wylie Street Apartment and our community is reeling from this attack," Boise Police Chief Bill Bones said.

They came seeking asylum. Now they want their children back.

2018-06-28 08:31, nbcnews.com


Distraught migrant parents are struggling with their asylum interviews after being separated from their children, immigration advocates say.

Banksy takes aim at refugee crisis with new Paris artworks

2018-06-27 11:14, nbcnews.com


The city has struggled to respond to the migrant crisis, with hundreds sleeping in makeshift tent camps.

Supreme Court ruling brings new wave of worry for Muslim Americans

2018-06-27 08:30, nbcnews.com


Syrian refugees and Yemenis are cut off from relatives in their war-torn homelands.

Try later: It"s getting tougher for migrants to claim asylum at U.S. ports of entry

2018-06-23 11:00, nbcnews.com


In 40 years, an immigration advocate says, he"s not seen border officers keep asylum seekers from making asylum claims at ports of entry ? until now.

Following pride event, Kenya"s gay refugees fear for their lives

2018-06-20 22:05, nbcnews.com


Approximately 600 people showed up for the first pride event held at one of the world"s largest refugee camps.

Trump admin discussed splitting migrant moms, kids in Feb. 2017

2018-06-18 19:43, nbcnews.com


Notes from a DHS meeting show it was one of the methods discussed for discouraging asylum-seekers.

Migrant rescue ships dock in Spain after week in limbo

2018-06-17 22:42, nbcnews.com


The ships rescued hundreds of refugees from overcrowded rafts off Libya"s coast. After they were barred entry by Italy and Malta, the group was then welcomed in Valencia, Spain.

Seeking asylum, migrant caravan mom calls for family reunification

2018-06-13 20:23, nbcnews.com


"We came fleeing violence in our countries and now we have to confront this."

"A death sentence": Critics denounce Sessions" asylum restrictions

2018-06-12 20:33, nbcnews.com


"The attorney general today erased an important legal development that was universally agreed to be correct," a group of judges wrote.

Sessions: Domestic, gang violence not grounds for asylum

2018-06-11 20:48, nbcnews.com


"The asylum statute does not provide redress for all misfortune," Sessions wrote in a formal legal opinion.

Trump migrant policy protested as U.S. is accused of violating human rights

2018-06-01 19:03, nbcnews.com


The U.S. is violating "well established Inter-American standards," such as rights to family and to seek asylum and protection," said petitioners.

Number of migrant children at government shelters increases 22 percent

2018-05-30 17:13, nbcnews.com


A total of 30,000 children have been referred to Office of Refugee Resettlement so far in fiscal year 2018, HHS said. There were 40,810 referrals in all of fiscal year 2017.

Resettled refugee, ISIS attack survivor finds hope in boxing

2018-05-14 10:47, nbcnews.com


After he says he suffered an attack from ISIS on his life, Mohammed fled Iraq and joined other refugees who were resettled in the United States.

In search of asylum: A journey on the migrant caravan

2018-05-08 00:08, nbcnews.com


For Magdiel Lopez, Mirna Aldana, and their 18-month-old son Joshua, the perilous journey on the migrant caravan through Mexico presented dangers and risks, but also a chance at a new life in America.

Over 50 caravan migrants allowed in U.S. for processing, organizers say

2018-05-02 20:40, nbcnews.com


Roughly 100 migrants were still waiting outside the San Ysidro port of entry after coming to the crossing in hopes of seeking asylum.

Fact check: Trump"s misleading claims about "catch and release"

2018-05-02 19:59, nbcnews.com


The White House has used the term to decry the protections afforded to children and families seeking asylum in the U.S.

Migrants seek asylum at border, but U.S. has a message: No more room

2018-04-30 19:37, nbcnews.com


"They were upset ... but they were also very insistent that they would do whatever needed to be done to get to a place where they would be safe."

Migrant caravan reaches border, readies for immigration showdown

2018-04-28 22:50, nbcnews.com


Attorneys warned asylum seekers to expect the worst, including possible separation from children and family members and months of detention.

This algorithm can help resettle refugees by giving them a better shot at employment

2018-04-25 18:09, nbcnews.com


When refugees arrive in a new country, everything is unfamiliar. Most countries just assign refugees to cities completely at random -- or according to where the open spots happen to be when the person arrives. But a new algorithm developed by Stanford"s Immigration Policy Lab could use refugees" backgrounds to match them with their ideal cities - vastly improving their chance at employment and int

Migrant caravan reaches U.S. border despite Trump threats

2018-04-24 22:29, nbcnews.com


"All we have is our stories, all we have are our memories and we are hoping that it"s enough," said one asylum seeker.

Refugees just want to help make America great, new report says

2018-04-09 11:12, nbcnews.com


Over time, the Urban Institute says, refugees tend to embrace tenets of the traditional American dream ? buying homes and starting their own businesses.

What"s the organization behind the migrant caravans?

2018-04-04 18:23, nbcnews.com


For over 15 years, the organization has led migrants from Central America to seek asylum elsewhere.

What, and who, is moving the migrant caravans through Mexico

2018-04-04 18:23, nbcnews.com


For over 15 years, the organization has led migrants from Central America to seek asylum elsewhere.

Netanyahu bows to right-wing pressure, axes migrant deal after just hours

2018-04-03 10:59, nbcnews.com


Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Tuesday he was canceling an agreement with the U.N. refugee agency to relocate thousands of African migrants.

Berlin"s LGBTQ refugee center a haven for those fleeing civil war, homophobia

2018-03-09 14:25, nbcnews.com


When gay refugees are placed in mainstream shelters, they often face the same discrimination and homophobia they were trying to escape in their home countries.

Destitute Rohingya in "race against time" as Mother Nature bears down

2018-03-07 16:15, nbcnews.com


Refugees driven out of Myanmar by what the U.S. has called "ethnic cleansing" now face a new threat: the looming monsoon and cyclone season.

Cyclones, monsoons leave refugees facing a "race against time"

2018-03-07 13:45, nbcnews.com


Refugees driven out of Myanmar by what the U.S. has called "ethnic cleansing" now face a new threat: the looming monsoon and cyclone season.

Lesbian couple sues Health Department after foster care application rejected

2018-02-22 21:09, nbcnews.com


The Texas couple said they were told they couldn"t foster a refugee child because they didn"t "mirror the Holy Family."

Punk rockers pay the price for criticizing Putin

2018-02-15 11:07, nbcnews.com


With Vladimir Putin expected to secure a fourth term next month, Pussy Riot members Alexey Knedlyakovsky and Lusine Djanyan are claiming asylum in Sweden.

This doctor inspired a film about the Philippines" effort to help Jews during the Holocaust

2018-01-25 13:36, nbcnews.com


Noel Izon"s documentary traces the story of some of the approximately 1,300 refugees who found a haven in the Philippines in the 1930s and "40s.

This Michelin chef came to the U.S. as a refugee. Now, he"s living the American Dream.

2018-01-22 13:53, nbcnews.com


James Syhabout"s first cookbook is in part a memoir that shares the Laotian-American chef"s personal story as well as the dishes most important to him.

Skateboarding teaches young refugees how to fall ? and get back up

2018-01-14 10:38, nbcnews.com


Free Movement Skateboarding is teaching children and teens who fled war-torn countries how to ride.

Julian Assange is Ecuadorian now

2018-01-11 16:44, nbcnews.com


Ecuador has granted citizenship to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who has been living in asylum at the nation"s embassy in London for more than five years.

Nobel-winning U.S. Quaker group included on Israel travel ban

2018-01-09 17:28, nbcnews.com


An organization that won a Nobel Peace Prize for its support of Holocaust refugees is on a list of organizations whose staff may be denied entry to Israel.

The refugee fruitpicker who became CEO of a $60M tech firm

2017-12-25 11:11, nbcnews.com


Refugee, migrant strawberry picker, economist, U.N. whistleblower and entrepreneur: Ismail Ahmed has worn many hats on his long journey.

The refugee fruit picker who became CEO of a $60M tech firm

2017-12-25 11:11, nbcnews.com


Refugee, migrant strawberry picker, economist, U.N. whistleblower and entrepreneur: Ismail Ahmed has worn many hats on his long journey.

U.S. judge partially lifts Trump administration ban on refugees

2017-12-24 02:35, nbcnews.com


U.S. District Judge James Robart ruled Saturday for the ACLU and Jewish Family Service after they urged him to halt the ban on refugees from some mostly Muslim countries.

Rohingya Refugees: How to help the children

2017-12-20 22:51, nbcnews.com


Rohingya Refugees: How to help the children

Rohingya refugees tell harrowing tales of rape

2017-12-17 23:05, nbcnews.com


Violent rape is so common for Rohingya Muslim refugees fleeing Myanmar that women talk about it openly, startled aid workers say.

Why haven"t Americans paid attention to the Rohingya refugee crisis?

2017-11-28 09:46, nbcnews.com


The resilience of the refugees I met from Myanmar is a remarkable expression of the human spirit.

Germany opened its borders to 1M asylum-seekers in one year. So how is it going?

2017-11-27 14:08, nbcnews.com


Life remains a struggle for many of the around 1 million asylum-seekers who reached Germany in 2015.

Germany opened its borders to refugees. So how is it going?

2017-11-27 09:57, nbcnews.com


Life remains a struggle for many of the around 1 million asylum-seekers who reached Germany in 2015.

Students from refugee families feed needy and homeless

2017-11-26 16:09, nbcnews.com


A group of students who know what it"s like to go without eating has opened a food pantry in Fargo that serves the homeless and other needy people.

Trump Ends Refugee Ban, Puts Stricter Screening in Place

2017-10-24 22:39, nbcnews.com


The Trump administration"s worldwide temporary ban on refugees entering the United States ended Tuesday, with President Donald Trump signing an executive order allowing the resumption of refugee admissions but with new, enhanced screening measures.

Refugees Fleeing Myanmar"s Military Carry Stories of Fire, Rape and Fear

2017-10-08 22:41, nbcnews.com


Thousands of Rohingya Muslims, many of them children, are still making their way to Bangladesh as refugees to escape violent attacks of ethnic cleansing by Myanmar"s powerful army.

Canada Terrorism Suspect Was Investigated for Extremism

2017-10-02 01:23, nbcnews.com


The 30-year-old suspect in Saturday"s attack in Edmonton is a Somali national pursuing refugee status, authorities said.

More Than 50 Rohingya Missing as U.S. Steps Up Pressure on Myanmar

2017-09-29 08:44, nbcnews.com


More than 50 Rohingya refugees from Myanmar were missing after their boat capsized, as a new surge in those fleeing took the total to more than half a million.

More Than 60 Rohingya Missing as U.S. Steps Up Pressure on Myanmar

2017-09-29 08:44, nbcnews.com


More than 60 Rohingya refugees from Myanmar were missing after their boat capsized, as a new surge in those fleeing took the total to more than half a million.

Trump Weighing Huge Cut to Number of Refugees Allowed Into U.S.

2017-09-26 23:14, nbcnews.com


The Trump administration wants to cap the number of refugees admitted into the U.S. next year at 45,000 ? a dramatic cut in the number of applications processed by the U.S. in recent years, two administration officials tell NBC News.

Senior Refugees Find New Life in Heartwarming Seattle Program

2017-09-21 19:53, nbcnews.com


International Rescue Committee, Seattle"s new senior program gives elderly refugees a social life after settling in the U.S.

With U.S. Mentors, "Hello Neighbor" Helps Refugees Start New Lives

2017-09-20 12:35, nbcnews.com


"Hello Neighbor" matches refugee families with a U.S. mentors, who show their mentees everything from writing checks and driving to visiting zoos and museums.

Trump"s Childhood Home Becomes Crash Pad for Refugees

2017-09-18 20:33, nbcnews.com


President Donald Trump"s childhood home in the famed borough of Queens, New York had some new occupants over the weekend ? refugees.

Former Olympic Stadium Now a Refugee Shelter

2017-08-04 01:28, nbcnews.com


The provincial government of Quebec has agreed to open the Montreal Olympic Stadium, home of the 1976 Summer Games, to Haitians and other the asylum seekers.

Syrian Refugee Rocker"s Journey to Finally Finding a Home

2017-07-14 12:26, nbcnews.com


Saflou is a student and an aspiring musician. A consummate singer, guitarist and songwriter, he was once part of the heavy-metal scene in Aleppo, Syria.

Fire Destroys Syrian Refugee Camp in Lebanon

2017-07-02 16:18, nbcnews.com


A fire tore through a camp for Syrian refugees in Lebanon on Sunday, killing at least one person and leaving two in critical condition, the U.N. refugees" organization said.

As Trump Travel Ban Takes Effect, Questions Still Up in Air

2017-06-29 03:20, nbcnews.com


The Trump administration"s travel ban blocking foreigners from six Muslim-majority countries and refugees fleeing persecution will take effect Thursday, following the Supreme Court"s decision earlier this week to temporarily uphold portions of the ban.

Who Will Be Affected by the Supreme Court"s Travel Ban Ruling?

2017-06-26 23:37, nbcnews.com


The Supreme Court"s ruling on Trump"s travel ban is good news for travelers -- but potentially bad news for refugees.

Why Refugee Pilot Is Flying Around the World in 90 Days

2017-06-24 14:32, nbcnews.com


Shaesta Waiz is one of many women working to inspire women to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).

Refugee Pilot Flies Around the World to Promote Women in STEM

2017-06-24 14:32, nbcnews.com


Shaesta Waiz is one of many women working to inspire women to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).

This Refugee Camp Is Such an ISIS Hotbed That Military Aircraft Won"t Fly Over It

2017-05-08 11:50, nbcnews.com


Some 80,000 people are trapped in a scrub land of hopelessness in a forgotten corner of the Middle East. Huddling in the wind, walled in by desert sandbanks, they have been driven there by war. Abandoned by governments, they are preyed on by the very ISIS gunmen and suicide bombers they fled their homelands to escape. NBC News was given unique access to the area ? which one Jordanian official desc

Japan Weighs Plans for S. Korea Evacuation: Report

2017-04-14 10:17, nbcnews.com


Japan has also reportedly considered how it would cope with a flood of North Korean refugees into Japan, among whom might be Pyongyang spies and agents.

Store in "Terrorist" Truck Attack Sorry About "Damaged Goods" Sale

2017-04-09 13:49, nbcnews.com


The 39-year-old Uzbekistan man suspected of plowing into shoppers Friday was an asylum seeker who had had his application rejected, police said Sunday.

"Hate Crime" Beating of Teen Refugee Shocks London

2017-04-08 11:04, nbcnews.com


Police say the victim was attacked by a group of between 20 and 30 people in London last Friday in a "suspected hate crime assault."

This Spanish Lifeguard Founded A Group That Has Saved Thousands of Refugees

2017-03-24 12:12, nbcnews.com


The group Proactiva Open Arms, founded by Spanish lifeguard Oscar Camps, will be awarded for their work saving thousands of refugee families.

Here"s a Place in Trump"s America Where Refugees Are Welcomed

2017-03-19 23:40, nbcnews.com


Over dinner of chicken, yogurt and bread, the Al Salibi family described why they came to Erie, Pennsylvania, and their life in America.

Why "Homeland" Star Mandy Patinkin Is Furious

2017-03-07 10:56, nbcnews.com


"I wouldn"t be sitting here if America hadn"t opened its arms to refugees," the actor said. His grandfather fled the Nazis in Poland.

Families Stopped At U.S.-Canada Crossing

2017-03-05 23:00, nbcnews.com


Hundreds are walking across the border from New York into Canada in what refugee agencies say is an effort to flee Trump"s policies.

Influx of Refugees Cited By Trump Were Already Approved

2017-02-12 10:03, nbcnews.com


Trump citing a report that 77 percent of refugees admitted to the U.S. in a week are from seven nations targeted for by his blocked travel order.

Influx of Refugees Cited By Trump After "Ban" Blocked Were Previously Approved

2017-02-12 03:20, nbcnews.com


Trump citing a report that 77 percent of refugees admitted to the U.S. in a week are from seven nations targeted for by his blocked travel order.

Teen Sues Facebook After Posts Falsely Link Him to Terror

2017-02-06 16:25, nbcnews.com


A German court is hear the case of a Syrian refugee who is suing Facebook after the site refused to remove all posts linking him to militant attacks.

These Are the "Inhuman" Camps That Australia Is Trying to Clear

2017-02-02 19:36, nbcnews.com


The government of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull won"t accept any asylum seekers, migrants or refugees who arrive by boat.

No Pacific Paradise: Trump Call Shines Light on Detention Camps

2017-02-02 17:27, nbcnews.com


The government of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull won"t accept any asylum seekers, migrants or refugees who arrive by boat.

Trump Slams "Dumb" Deal to Take Refugees Rejected by Australia

2017-02-02 10:18, nbcnews.com


Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has likened himself to Trump ? in that both are wealthy businessmen who came to politics late in life.

Syrian Refugees Who Left Belongings Behind Carry Just Photos of Home

2017-02-01 10:26, nbcnews.com


After fleeing their homes in Syria, many were forced to leave everything behind. The one thing they managed to keep with them was photos.

Amazon Backs Suit Opposing Trump Executive Order, CEO Says

2017-01-31 12:25, nbcnews.com


Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos says the Seattle-based company is prepared to support a lawsuit over Trump"s executive order on immigration and refugees.

Immigration Order Won"t Make America Safer: Diplomats

2017-01-30 23:12, nbcnews.com


Hundreds of foreign service officers are expected to submit a dissent memo against the President"s decision to ban all refugees for 120 days and block travel to the U.S. from seven countries.

Trump"s Immigration Order Faces Challenge That Doomed Obama Efforts

2017-01-30 18:31, nbcnews.com


Legal challenges to President Trump"s refugee and traveler executive order make the same argument that doomed President Obama"s plan for changing immigration policy ? only Congress can do that.

Trump Travel Restrictions Spark Immediate Court Challenges

2017-01-30 17:27, nbcnews.com


Legal challenges to President Trump"s refugee and traveler executive order make the same argument that doomed President Obama"s plan for changing immigration policy ? only Congress can do that.

Protests Erupt Again Nationwide Over Trump Travel Ban

2017-01-29 20:35, nbcnews.com


Thousands of protesters gathered at airports and cities nationwide for a second day on Sunday to decry President Trump"s executive order that temporarily restricts entry to the U.S. from seven Muslim-majority countries and indefinitely bans Syrian refugees from entering the country. At least three federal judges in New York, Massachusetts and Virginia have temporarily halted parts of Trump"s execu

"Trump Out, Refugees In": Ban Sparks Protests at Airports Across the Nation

2017-01-29 17:15, nbcnews.com


Protests erupted at airports across the U.S. after the president issued an executive order restricting travel for refugees and immigrants.

Merkel: Terror Fight Does Not Justify Trump Immigration Ban

2017-01-29 12:00, nbcnews.com


Merkel, who welcomed over one million refugees into Germany at the height of the European migrant crisis, said she believes Trump"s executive order is wrong.

The Fishermen Who Brave Frigid Seas to Save Refugees

2017-01-29 07:21, nbcnews.com


In the small Greek fishing village of Skala Sikamias on the island of Lesbos, fishermen Kostas Pideris and Thanasis Marmarinos are examining their boats.

Judge Grants Stay in Trump Refugee Order, Blocks Removals

2017-01-29 05:03, nbcnews.com


The order halts deportation of those with valid visas detained at airports following Trump"s order that restricted entry from 7 majority Muslim nations.

ACLU: President Could Not Override the Court

2017-01-29 04:01, nbcnews.com


A federal judge granted a temporary stay in President Trump"s executive order on extreme vetting and refugees. The decision blocks the Trump administration from removing refugees from the country.

Judge Grants Stay Against Trump Refugee Order, Blocks Removals

2017-01-29 03:49, nbcnews.com


The order halts deportation of those with valid visas detained at airports following Trump"s order that restricted entry from 7 majority Muslim nations.

Judge Grants Temporary Stay in Trump Refugee Order

2017-01-29 03:02, nbcnews.com


The order halts deportation of those with valid visas detained at airports following Trump"s order that restricted entry from 7 majority Muslim nations.

Silicon Valley Leaders Slam Trump Refugee Order

2017-01-29 00:42, nbcnews.com


Tim Cook quoted Martin Luther King in assuring employees: "We may have all come on different ships, but we are in the same boat now."

Syrian Refugees See Dreams Crushed by Trump Ban

2017-01-28 22:12, nbcnews.com


Refugee aid groups said Trump"s ban is hurting innocent people: "It will not make America safer. It will make America smaller and meaner."

Trump Travel Restrictions Leave Refugees Stranded

2017-01-28 16:53, nbcnews.com


Less than 24 hours after Trump clamped down on refugee admissions, the impact appears to already be resonating at airports around the world.

Is Trump"s Ban on Refugees Actually Legal?

2017-01-28 12:31, nbcnews.com


President Trump signed an executive order which indefinitely suspends admission of Syrian refugees and imposes a 90-day ban for people from Syria and six other predominately Muslim countries. MSNBC"s Ari Melber joins to discuss.

Trump Order Condemned as "Muslim Ban" and "Cruel"

2017-01-28 06:08, nbcnews.com


An advocacy group pledged to launch a constitutional challenge over the order restricting entry by refugees and those from certain countries.

Trump Immigration Order Condemned as "Muslim Ban"

2017-01-28 05:27, nbcnews.com


An advocacy group pledged to launch a constitutional challenge over the order restricting entry by refugees and those from certain countries.

Trump Orders Halt to Admission of Syrian Refugees, Citing Terror

2017-01-28 03:27, nbcnews.com


The order suspends admittance of Syrians as refugees until changes are made to U.S. programs, and temporary restricts those from other countries.

Trump Suspends Admission of Syrian Refugees, Citing Terror

2017-01-28 03:27, nbcnews.com


The order suspends admittance of Syrians as refugees until changes are made to U.S. programs, and temporary restricts those from other countries.

Trump Order Suspends Refugees, Could Restrict 7 Muslim Nations

2017-01-28 03:27, nbcnews.com


The order suspends admittance of Syrians as refugees until changes are made to U.S. programs, and temporary restricts those from other countries.

Trump Signs Orders on "Extreme Vetting," Expanding Military

2017-01-28 01:36, nbcnews.com


The order suspends admittance of Syrian nationals as refugees until changes are made to U.S. programs, and could apply to those form other countries.

Perfect Timing? Pentagon Tweets About Ex-Refugee Marine

2017-01-25 20:59, nbcnews.com


The tweet came before President Trump was to sign executive orders with limits on refugees.

More Than 100 Dead After Nigerian Air Force Bombs Refugee Camp

2017-01-17 18:21, nbcnews.com


A Nigerian Air Force fighter jet on a mission against Boko Haram extremists mistakenly bombed a refugee camp Tuesday, a Borno state official said. A Red Cross worker said 20 volunteers with the aid group had been killed.

In Christmas Message, Pope Laments Children in War, Poverty

2016-12-24 23:00, nbcnews.com


Pope Francis has demanded Europe in particular do more to welcome refugees, saying Jesus himself was a migrant.

Cops Raid Refugee Shelter After Christmas Market Truck Attack

2016-12-20 10:47, nbcnews.com


Police said the truck was "intentionally directed" into the crowd in an act of "probable terrorism."

Coffee Truck Helps Refugees Find Their Feet in America

2016-12-11 09:28, nbcnews.com


While most look for a place that"s convenient for coffee, people from all over are driving well out of their way to one Georgia town for what might be called a "world brew."

Top Gun: Afghan Woman Goes From Refugee to Pilot

2016-12-07 10:24, nbcnews.com


"When I wear military uniform, I really, really feel proud of myself as a woman," said Safia Ferozi, one of only two female pilots in the Afghan air force.

What We Know About the Ohio State Attacker

2016-11-29 15:53, nbcnews.com


Abdul Razak Ali Artan, a Somali refugee, posted a rant on Facebook before the ambush.

White Nationalist Assailed by Prep School, Classmates

2016-11-27 22:50, nbcnews.com


St. Mark"s headmaster described the comments of graduate Richard Spencer as "deeply troubling," while former classmates raised more than $40,000 in his name for refugees.

"Hail Trump" Man Denounced by Childhood Elite School

2016-11-27 22:50, nbcnews.com


St. Mark"s headmaster described the comments of graduate Richard Spencer as "deeply troubling," while former classmates raised more than $40,000 in his name for refugees.

AT&T"s "Lily" Has a Message for Syrian Refugees

2016-11-20 17:39, nbcnews.com


Milana Vayntrub, instantly recognizable from a series of AT&T ads, is trying to mobilize the world to help a group of people she barely knows.

This Somali-American Refugee Could Make Electoral History

2016-11-07 23:36, nbcnews.com


In an election where Muslim, woman, and refugee have been both buzzwords and invitations for insulting rhetoric, Omar represents all three.

Will Paris Be the Next Refugee "Jungle" Camp?

2016-11-03 15:26, nbcnews.com


Tents have appeared on boulevards and squares across the French capital, including some areas frequented by tourists.

Death Threats, Boycotts Won"t Sour Chobani"s Refugee Policy

2016-11-02 17:35, nbcnews.com


The criticism is driven primarily by members of the extreme right, who have latched onto Chobani"s business practices in this contentious election.

This Castle Is Now Home to Migrants From France"s "Jungle"

2016-10-25 10:22, nbcnews.com


A 16th-Century former castle is one of 450 sites across France being used to resettle 6,500 refugees evicted from the sprawling "Jungle" camp.

This Castle Will House Migrants From French "Jungle"

2016-10-25 10:22, nbcnews.com


A 16th-Century former castle is one of 450 sites across France being used to resettle 6,500 refugees evicted from the sprawling "Jungle" camp.

Trump: Syrian Tyrant "Much Tougher & Smarter" Than Clinton

2016-10-20 07:38, nbcnews.com


Donald Trump criticizes Hillary Clinton over acceptance of Syrian refugees.

900 Civilians Flee Into Syria From Mosul Battle

2016-10-19 11:48, nbcnews.com


A total of 912 civilians from Mosul are at a U.N.-operated refugee camp in Syria, a UNHCR spokesman told NBC News.

Civilians Fleeing Into Syria as Forces Advance on ISIS

2016-10-19 11:48, nbcnews.com


A total of 912 civilians from Mosul are at a U.N.-operated refugee camp in Syria, a UNHCR spokesman told NBC News.

Migration to the U.S. Border Is Shifting in a Big Way

2016-10-17 23:47, nbcnews.com


No matter how much border security is increased, the United States has a legal obligation to accept migrants who come seeking asylum.

U.N. Elects Guterres as Secretary-General

2016-10-13 14:57, nbcnews.com


The 67-year-old Guterres, who served as the U.N. refugee chief until last December, will take up the job of the world"s top diplomat on Jan. 1.

Could Former Refugee Agency Chief be the Next UN Secretary General?

2016-10-05 18:40, nbcnews.com


The Security Council unanimously agreed Wednesday that the former high commissioner for refugees should be the next secretary-general of the U.N.

U.N. Security Council Agrees On Next Secretary General

2016-10-05 18:40, nbcnews.com


The Security Council unanimously agreed Wednesday that the former high commissioner for refugees should be the next secretary-general of the U.N.

U.S. Admitted Record 38,901 Muslim Refugees in 2016

2016-10-05 15:54, nbcnews.com


Of the nearly 85,000 refugees who entered the country from Oct. 1, 2015, through Sept. 30, 2016, some 46 percent were Muslim, Pew found.

U.S. Admitted Record Number of Muslim Refugees in 2016

2016-10-05 14:53, nbcnews.com


Of the nearly 85,000 refugees who entered the country from Oct. 1, 2015, through Sept. 30, 2016, some 46 percent were Muslim, Pew found.

UNICEF: We Need to Treat Refugee Kids Like Our Own

2016-09-22 20:48, nbcnews.com


Beyond a single image, a UNICEF official on the scale and scope of the child refugee crisis.

President Obama to Address the U.N. General Assembly

2016-09-20 13:59, nbcnews.com


The president is expected to discuss the Syrian refugee crisis and other major global issues.

Live: Obama Addresses the U.N. General Assembly

2016-09-20 13:59, nbcnews.com


The president is expected to discuss the Syrian refugee crisis and other major global issues.

Skittles Issues Terse Response to Trump Jr. Refugee Tweet

2016-09-20 08:52, nbcnews.com


Donald Trump Jr. tweeted an image that used Skittles to make a policy argument against admitting refugees into the United States.

Assange"s Arrest Warrant in Rape Case Stands: Sweden

2016-09-16 09:49, nbcnews.com


The WikiLeaks founder avoided extradition to Sweden by seeking asylum in the Ecuador"s Embassy in London, where he has remained since June 2012.

U.S. to Take In Thousands More Amid Growing Refugee Crisis

2016-09-14 17:37, nbcnews.com


Of the 110,000 the U.S. intends to admit, at least 40,000 are from the Near East and South Asia, a White House senior administration official said.

U.S. to Take In Thousands More Refugees Amid Crisis

2016-09-14 17:37, nbcnews.com


Of the 110,000 the U.S. intends to admit, at least 40,000 are from the Near East and South Asia, a White House senior administration official said.

Obama Vows to Take In More Refugees Amid Intense Debate

2016-09-14 16:42, nbcnews.com


Of the 110,000 the U.S. intends to admit, at least 40,000 are from the Near East and South Asia, a White House senior administration official said.

Why Republicans" Refugee Math Doesn"t Check Out

2016-09-09 18:42, nbcnews.com


Breaking down the 2016 presidential election, one fact at a time.

Two Syrian Refugees Make Astounding Escape

2016-09-08 19:28, nbcnews.com


Two Syrians with muscular dystrophy escaped the advance of ISIS and made a harrowing journey to Europe ? despite being confined to wheelchairs.

Camerawoman Caught Kicking Fleeing Refugees Is Charged

2016-09-07 14:39, nbcnews.com


Petra Laszlo had said she felt under attack from the fleeing Syrian refugees.

Here"s Where Syrian Refugees Are Settling in the U.S.

2016-08-29 21:56, nbcnews.com


The top destination for Syrian refugees arriving in the U.S. is the state of Michigan.

10,000th Syrian Refugee Will Arrive in the U.S. Today

2016-08-29 17:51, nbcnews.com


More than 4.8 million Syrians have fled their homeland since a civil war began tearing their homeland apart.

Hell and High Water: Climate Change Creates New Refugees

2016-08-24 18:06, nbcnews.com


Two man-made catastrophes ? a toxic nuclear legacy and rising sea levels ? threaten to sink the Marshall Islands" country and culture.

After Trauma, Syrian Refugee in Kansas City Embraces America

2016-08-21 15:28, nbcnews.com


Ahmad al-Abboud and his family have been overwhelmed by the generosity and kindness of the people they have met in Kansas City.

Pope Hosts Lunch for Syrian Refugee Families: Vatican

2016-08-11 14:41, nbcnews.com


Pope Francis had lunch Thursday with 21 Syrian refugees who were brought to Italy earlier this year from a migrant hotspot in Greece.

Tourist Mistakenly Spends 12 Days in German Refugee Camp

2016-08-08 21:40, nbcnews.com


The well-dressed 31-year-old spoke only Mandarin ? officials discovered their mistake after turning to a local Chinese restaurant to interpret.

Running From Exile: 5 Athletes Hoping to Make a Mark

2016-08-08 16:28, nbcnews.com


After more than a decade living in a Kenyan refugee camp, five South Sudanese athletes hope to make their mark on the Olympic Games.

Refugee Is Crowned "Wine Queen" in Germany

2016-08-07 08:50, nbcnews.com


Ninorta Banho, 26, was chosen by winemakers in the Mosel region who wanted to dispel anger aimed at refugees in Germany.

Refugee Swimmer Wins Heat One Year After Swimming for Life

2016-08-06 16:00, nbcnews.com


How a Syrian Refugee Made an Epic Trek from War to Rio

2016-08-05 17:14, nbcnews.com


By force of will and the help of strangers, Yusra Mardini will swim in Rio as a member of the Refugee Olympic Team.

U.S. Poised to Hit Obama"s Goal of 10,000 Syrian Refugees

2016-08-05 14:16, nbcnews.com


Total admissions for the current budget year, which ends Sept. 30, now come to about 7,900, records show.

Olympic Refugee Team Carries the Dreams of Millions

2016-08-05 07:02, nbcnews.com


NBC News and MSNBC"s Team Refugees project tells the stories of 10 athletes who have overcome hardship and suffering on their long journey to Rio.

Follow Team Refugee in Their First Olympics

2016-08-05 07:02, nbcnews.com


NBC News and MSNBC"s Team Refugees project tells the stories of 10 athletes who have overcome hardship and suffering on their long journey to Rio.

Meet the Inspiring Athletes of Team Refugee

2016-08-05 07:02, nbcnews.com


NBC News and MSNBC"s Team Refugees project tells the stories of 10 athletes who have overcome hardship and suffering on their long journey to Rio.

Underdog Olympians Aim to Prove "Refugee Is Only a Name"

2016-08-03 10:51, nbcnews.com


Ten athletes will compete at the Olympics as part of the first all-refugee team. Half of them fled violence in South Sudan. These are their stories.

U.S. Expands Asylum Program for Central American Children

2016-07-26 16:26, nbcnews.com


Kids looking to escape Central America"s humanitarian crisis will have more ways to seek asylum under steps announced Tuesday by the White House.

Refugee Backpack Bomber Made Previous Suicide Bids

2016-07-25 10:19, nbcnews.com


A Syrian blew himself up Sunday night outside a music festival in Germany in what an official said was likely an "Islamist suicide attack."

ISIS Flag Found in Teen Train Attacker"s Room: Official

2016-07-19 11:26, nbcnews.com


Investigators have found a hand-painted ISIS flag in the room of a 17-year-old Afghan asylum seeker who wounded four in an ax and knife attack on a train.

Families Open Hearts and Homes to Refugees

2016-07-14 17:43, nbcnews.com


Throughout Western Europe, ordinary citizens are opening their hearts and their homes to the droves of displaced refugees from around the world.

17 ISIS Militants Posed as Refugees: German Official

2016-07-04 13:05, nbcnews.com


The head of Germany"s BfV agency said in an interview with the daily FAZ newspaper over the weekend that "most of them are already in prison or dead."

Number of Refugees Hits Record-Breaking High

2016-06-20 15:11, nbcnews.com


The number of refugees last year hit the highest level in two decades according to the U.N.It released trend data on Monday ? World Refugee Day ? show.

"Symbol of Hope": First Ever Olympic Refugee Team to Compete in Rio

2016-06-03 19:13, nbcnews.com


Ten refugee athletes from Africa and the Middle East are to compete under the Olympic flag at the Rio de Janeiro Games this year.

Hundreds Rescued After Migrant Boat Capsizes

2016-06-03 10:50, nbcnews.com


More than 300 migrants and refugees were rescued early Friday after their boat capsized in the Mediterranean Sea, officials said.

300 Rescued After Boat Capsizes off Greece

2016-06-03 10:50, nbcnews.com


More than 300 migrants and refugees were rescued early Friday after their boat capsized in the Mediterranean Sea, officials said.

Asylum Seeker Dragged Out of Store, Zip-Tied to Tree: Cops

2016-06-02 16:28, nbcnews.com


Three men have been accused of dragging an Iraqi asylum seeker out of a German superstore and zip-tying him to a tree, officials said Thursday.

Dalai Lama Thinks Europe Has Let In "Too Many" Refugees

2016-06-01 09:01, nbcnews.com


"Europe, for example Germany, cannot become an Arab country. Germany is Germany," he said.

Paris to Open Refugee Camp as Med Becomes "Graveyard"

2016-05-31 15:05, nbcnews.com


It marks one of the "deadliest periods yet" in the migration crisis, according to the International Organization for Migration.

Can This Humanoid Robot Help Integrate Refugee Kids?

2016-05-29 10:38, nbcnews.com


Can a robot help Germany integrate its influx of migrants? A new research project thinks the answer might be "yes."

Greek Riot Police Begin Evacuating Troubled Refugee Camp

2016-05-24 05:42, nbcnews.com


Greek authorities began an operation at dawn Tuesday to evacuate the country"s largest informal refugee camp of Idomeni on the Macedonian border.

Libya: The Deadliest Exit for African Migrants

2016-05-17 18:51, nbcnews.com


Smugglers shuttle refugees across sub-Saharan Africa to reach Libya, where migrants funnel into Europe via the Mediterranean Sea.

"Obscene Attack" Kills 28 at Syrian Refugee Camp

2016-05-06 07:08, nbcnews.com


A deadly airstrike hit a refugee camp in war-torn Syria on Thursday, activists said.

Refugee, 29, May Have Posed as High School Hoops Star

2016-04-22 16:50, nbcnews.com


Jonathan Nicola was no up-and-comer, according to officials: He was an almost 30-year-old man masquerading as a 17-year-old high school hoops phenom.

Up To 500 Migrants Feared Drowned Off Libya: U.N.

2016-04-20 13:50, nbcnews.com


Up to 500 migrants may have drowned off the north coast of Africa last week, the United Nations" refugee agency said Wednesday.

Bono to Congress: Violence, Refugee Crisis "Affects Us All"

2016-04-12 20:46, nbcnews.com


Bono took center stage on the Hill on Tuesday and leveraged his celebrity to focus attention on the world"s refugee crisis and violent extremism.

Grateful Syrian Refugee: "God Bless Kansas City"

2016-04-11 17:31, nbcnews.com


Don"t be afraid.That, in essence, was the message Monday from a Syrian dad to worried Americans as he went before the cameras to thank the U.S.

"Turning Point": Greece Sends Migrants Back to Turkey

2016-04-04 10:39, nbcnews.com


The European Union"s deal with Turkey to deport migrants and refugees has been condemned as illogical if not illegal by rights groups since its inception.

Greece Deports First Migrants Under Controversial EU Plan

2016-04-04 06:13, nbcnews.com


Under heavy security, authorities on the Greek islands of Lesbos and Chios deported 202 migrants and refugees on boats bound for Turkey.

Pope Francis Washes The Feet of Refugees in Easter Ritual

2016-03-24 19:07, nbcnews.com


Refugees of all faiths had their feet washed and kissed by Pope Francis, women were also included at the asylum seeker center on the outskirts of Rome.

"Like a Refugee": 1,000+ Stranded in Brussels After Attacks

2016-03-23 18:04, nbcnews.com


The terror attacks in Belgium shut down the Brussels airport -- stranding thousands.

Syria Is "Better Than This Place," Refugee Mom Says

2016-03-18 10:25, nbcnews.com


A refugee mom has told how her children beg to return to war-torn Syria rather than endure conditions in a squalid camp in Europe.

Refugee Mom in Squalid Camp: "We Can"t Live Like This"

2016-03-17 10:33, nbcnews.com


A Syrian mother stranded with her children in a refugee camp insisted she still had hope as leaders met in Brussels to discuss the migrant crisis.

Portraits Capture Piercing Gaze of Syrian Refugee Children

2016-03-17 03:14, nbcnews.com


The war in Syria has killed more than 250,000 people and displaced close to half the pre-war population of 23 million.

Today in Pictures: March 16

2016-03-16 23:54, nbcnews.com


A refugee"s gaze, a turtle"s journey, leading the band in Beijing and more of Wednesday"s best news photos.

Don"t Feed Refugees? Belgium Spooked by Migrant Influx

2016-03-12 11:00, nbcnews.com


The prospect of a migrants influx spooked the mayor of a swanky beach resort so much that he called for a "camp like Guantanamo" to house them.

Greece Tries to Move Stranded Migrants as EU Leaders Meet

2016-03-11 13:49, nbcnews.com


An overcrowded, muddy refugee camp on the Greek-Macedonia border could be cleared within two weeks, authorities said Friday.

Refugee "Breakthrough" Slammed as "New Low" for Europe

2016-03-08 14:47, nbcnews.com


European leaders have welcomed Turkey"s offer to take in migrants sent back from Greece ? but the proposal drew outrage from rights groups.

EU Leaders Meet as Thousands Wait in "Horrible" Conditions

2016-03-07 11:55, nbcnews.com


Thousands of refugees are effectively stranded in Greece as European leaders meet to discuss the spiraling crisis.

Smugglers Jailed Over Death of Refugee Tot Aylan

2016-03-04 12:40, nbcnews.com


A Turkish court has sentenced two Syrian smugglers to four years and two months each in prison over the death of 3-year-old Syrian boy Aylan Kurdi.

Waze App Denies Directing Israeli Soldiers Into Danger

2016-03-01 22:10, nbcnews.com


Waze said the soldiers who triggered a riot in a Palestinian refugee camp disabled a key setting and deviated from the suggested route.

Judge: Indiana Gov. Can"t Block Syrian Refugees

2016-03-01 14:09, nbcnews.com


The ruling grants a request for a preliminary injunction from Exodus Refugee Immigration, which helps resettle refugees in Indiana.

Migrant Arrivals by Sea Almost Match 1st Half of "15

2016-03-01 14:02, nbcnews.com


New border restrictions and a lack of governmental cooperation are causing "unnecessary suffering," the U.N. refugee agency said.

Migrant Arrivals by Sea Already Surpass 1st Half of "15

2016-03-01 13:26, nbcnews.com


New border restrictions and a lack of governmental cooperation are causing "unnecessary suffering," the U.N. refugee agency said.

1 Dead After App Sends Israeli Soldiers Into Refugee Camp

2016-03-01 10:20, nbcnews.com


A Palestinian was killed and several others wounded after two Israeli soldiers strayed into a West Bank refugee camp and had to be rescued.

Arson Suspected After Refugee Shelter Burns in Germany

2016-02-21 21:23, nbcnews.com


Officials said that bystanders were seen "partly cheering, partly jeering."

Migrants Find Hope in Darkness of Remote Norway Refugee Camp

2016-02-17 17:03, nbcnews.com


Few of the asylum-seekers expected to end up here, 280 miles north of the Arctic Circle, when they left their homelands.

Refugees Take Ballet Stage in Bid to Change Europe"s Mind

2016-02-15 11:26, nbcnews.com


Ballerinas and refugees are teaming up to challenge stereotypes and appeal to Europe"s conscience in a new production at the Royal Danish Theater.

Refugees Join Ballerinas in Bid to Change Europe"s Mind

2016-02-15 11:26, nbcnews.com


Ballerinas and refugees are teaming up to challenge stereotypes and appeal to Europe"s conscience in a new production at the Royal Danish Theater.

ISIS Fighters Seize Homes, Shave to Hide from Airstrikes

2016-02-13 14:50, nbcnews.com


Western airstrikes on ISIS are leading militants to hide by taking over civilian homes and shaving their beards, according to refugees who have escaped Syria.

NATO Deploys Warships to Help With Refugee Crisis

2016-02-11 12:54, nbcnews.com


NATO is deploying three warships to the Mediterranean Sea to help with the spiraling numbers of refugees and migrants trying to enter Europe.

Suspect in U.S. Nanny"s Death Is Arrested at Refugee Center

2016-02-08 12:30, nbcnews.com


A Gambian man has been arrested at a Swiss refugee center on suspicion of murdering American nanny Lauren Mann in Austria.

Far-Right Party Ridiculed for Deportation Gaffe

2016-02-04 12:42, nbcnews.com


A right-wing, anti-foreigner party has mistakenly called for the deportation of native Germans instead of refugees.

Cops Raid Refugee Shelters in Hunt for 4 Suspected Jihadis

2016-02-04 08:56, nbcnews.com


German police on Thursday raided homes, offices and refugee shelters in the hunt for four suspected Algerian jihadists including one linked to ISIS.

More Women, Kids Now Fleeing to Europe Than Men: UNICEF

2016-02-03 12:03, nbcnews.com


More women and children are trying to reach Europe than adult men for the first time since the refugee crisis began, according to UNICEF.

Malala Seeks to Raise $1.4B to Educate Syrian Refugees

2016-01-31 21:05, nbcnews.com


Malala Yousafzai will seek to inspire world leaders at a London conference to commit $1.4 billion to give Syrian refugee children access to education.

Merkel: Refugees Must Return Home When War Is Over

2016-01-30 23:59, nbcnews.com


Merkel has resisted pressure from some conservatives to cap the influx of refugees, or to close Germany"s borders.

Grenade Thrown at Refugee Shelter: German Police

2016-01-29 10:45, nbcnews.com


A grenade was thrown over a fence and into the grounds of a refugee reception center in southwest Germany overnight, police said Friday.

Gay Groups Plan Shelters for Germany"s LGBT Refugees

2016-01-26 16:08, nbcnews.com


Support groups in Germany are planning special shelters for gay refugees after incidents of violence amid the country"s record-setting immigration.

Russia Denies Offering Asylum to Syria"s Assad

2016-01-26 10:22, nbcnews.com


Russia has not asked Syrian President Bashar Assad to step down, nor has it offered him asylum if he quits, foreign minister Sergei Lavrov said.

European Countries Are Seizing Cash, Valuables From Refugees

2016-01-25 07:59, nbcnews.com


Critics are up in arms over regulations that allow officials to confiscate assets from asylum-seekers to help finance their stay.

European Nations Are Seizing Cash, Valuables From Refugees

2016-01-25 07:59, nbcnews.com


Critics are up in arms over regulations that allow officials to confiscate assets from asylum-seekers to help finance their stay.

17 Kids, 25 Others Drown While Trying to Reach Europe

2016-01-22 14:48, nbcnews.com


At least 42 refugees and migrants ? including 17 children ? drowned off the coast of Greece early Friday in two separate tragedies.

Austria Imposes Asylum Cap to Tackle Refugee Crisis

2016-01-20 15:17, nbcnews.com


Austria announced Wednesday it would limit the number of migrants and refugees granted asylum to no more than 1.5 percent of the population over the next four years.

Germany Sex Attacks "Good for Us": Right-Wing Protesters

2016-01-18 07:55, nbcnews.com


Turmoil triggered by an historic influx of refugees could boost populist politicians and the country"s right-wing movements, experts have warned amid widespread German protests.

Politician Sends Busload of Refugees to Germany"s Merkel

2016-01-14 16:07, nbcnews.com


Officials in a small German community have sent a message to protest the government"s open-arms refugee policy: A busload of migrants.

Feds Say Iraqi Refugee Wanted to Bomb Malls

2016-01-14 02:06, nbcnews.com


Omar Al Hardan was learning to make electronic transmitters that could be used to detonate explosive devices, a federal agent testified Wednesday.

"The Snake": Trump Poetry Slams Syrian Refugees

2016-01-13 02:40, nbcnews.com


What does an Al Wilson song from 1968 have to do with the current Syrian refugee crisis?

Right-Wing Protests in Germany Turn Violent After Assaults

2016-01-10 00:21, nbcnews.com


Germany"s chancellor promised stricter laws regulating asylum seekers, while right-wing protesters seized the assaults to oppose immigration.

Iraqi Refugee"s Brother Shocked by Terrorism Arrest

2016-01-09 16:55, nbcnews.com


The brother of an Iraqi refugee who had settled in Texas said he"s in shock after learning his sibling is facing charges that he tried to help ISIS.

Syrian Refugees Are "Probably" ISIS, Trump Tells Rally

2016-01-09 12:15, nbcnews.com


GOP front runner Donald Trump has said Syrian refugees are "probably" ISIS, and reiterated his message that the country wasn"t safe under Obama.

U.S. Refugees Arrested Over Ties to ISIS: Feds

2016-01-08 12:55, nbcnews.com


Authorities said Thursday that two people have been arrested on terrorism-related charges in California and Texas, including a refugee from Iraq.

U.S. Refugee Arrested Over Ties to ISIS: Feds

2016-01-08 05:29, nbcnews.com


Authorities said Thursday that two people have been arrested on terrorism-related charges in California and Texas, including a refugee from Iraq.

Feds Say Terrorism-Related Arrests Made in 2 States

2016-01-08 01:53, nbcnews.com


Authorities said Thursday that two people have been arrested on terrorism-related charges in California and Texas, including a refugee from Iraq.

Germany Struggles Under Weight of Open-Arms Refugee Policy

2016-01-03 08:51, nbcnews.com


Germany has taken in about a million refugees ? and it"s taking a toll.

Germany"s Open-Arms Refugee Policy Is Taking a Toll

2016-01-03 08:51, nbcnews.com


Germany has taken in about a million refugees ? and it"s taking a toll.

The Year of the Refugee: A Look at a Historic Year of Migration

2016-01-01 01:02, nbcnews.com


Over 1 million migrants and refugees reached Europe"s shores this year ? the majority fleeing the brutal civil war in Syria ?marking the worst global migration crisis since World War II.

"Borat" Actor Donates $1M To Help Syrian Refugees

2015-12-28 18:24, nbcnews.com


Now that"s "niiice!" "Borat" actor Sacha Baron Cohen and actress wife Isla Fisher donated $1 million to help Syrian refugees

Why Museum Tours Are Giving Syrians Hope for the Future

2015-12-19 10:00, nbcnews.com


Refugees who fled war-torn Syria and other troubled countries are finding hope for their homelands" future through a new integration project.

HONY"s "The Scientist": "We Can Stop This Bloodshed"

2015-12-19 07:14, nbcnews.com


The Syrian refugee arrived to a new life in the U.S. with four of his children and a simple message - it"s not about him.

Syrian "Scientist" Who Became Web Star Arrives in U.S.

2015-12-18 03:45, nbcnews.com


The Syrian refugee known as "The Scientist" on Humans of New York arrived in Michigan with four of his children to start a new life.

Syrian Scientist Who Became Web Star Arrives in U.S.

2015-12-18 03:45, nbcnews.com


The Syrian refugee known as "The Scientist" on Humans of New York arrived in Michigan with four of his children to start a new life.

Scientist Who Went Viral Lands in U.S., Vows to "Give Back"

2015-12-18 03:45, nbcnews.com


The Syrian refugee known as "The Scientist" on Humans of New York arrived in Michigan with four of his children to start a new life.

Refugee Dad Who Went Viral Starts Over in U.S. With $450K Gift

2015-12-17 14:59, nbcnews.com


A Syrian refugee known as "The Scientist" on Humans of New York flew to Michigan with four of his children on Thursday to start a new life in the U.S.

Edward Norton Raises $400K for "Humans of NY" Refugee

2015-12-15 08:06, nbcnews.com


Edward Norton is working to raise money for a Syrian scientist who was featured in the popular photography blog Humans of New York last week.

"Welcome Home": Canada"s PM Greets Syrians at Airport

2015-12-11 08:53, nbcnews.com


The first Canadian government plane carrying Syrian refugees arrived in Toronto Thursday where they were greeted by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

KNOW IT ALL: Thursday"s Top 7 Stories at NBC News

2015-12-10 12:35, nbcnews.com


From new details in the San Bernardino shooting to more tragedy for Syrian refugees trying to reach Europe, here are the stories we"re following.

Judge Rejects Texas" Attempt to Block Syrian Refugees

2015-12-10 02:42, nbcnews.com


The judge said Texas offered "largely speculative hearsay" "largely speculative hearsay" about extremists possibly infiltrating Syrian refugees.

And the TIME Person of the Year Is...

2015-12-09 12:46, nbcnews.com


The German leader spearheaded her country"s asylum policy to take in refugees despite trepidation from many.

Two Alleged Ex-ISIS Fighters Detained in Austria

2015-12-04 14:54, nbcnews.com


Two Syrians who were registered as refugees after making their way to Austria have been detained amid claims they previously fought for ISIS.

Texas Sues Feds to Block Resettlement of Syrians

2015-12-02 23:16, nbcnews.com


Texas has sued the U.S. government in an effort to block six Syrian refugees from resettling in Dallas this week.

Villagers to Refugees: Please Don"t Fear "Christmas Devils"

2015-12-01 14:53, nbcnews.com


The integration of Syrian and Iraqi refugees in rural Austria is facing a terrifying challenge this holiday season.

German Police Tackle Mass Brawl at Berlin Refugee Shelter

2015-11-29 19:55, nbcnews.com


Hundreds of refugees fought each other on Sunday in a mass brawl at a Berlin shelter and more than 100 police were called in to restore order.

Ben Carson on Syrian Crisis: "Look at What Has Worked"

2015-11-29 16:56, nbcnews.com


After visiting Syrian refugee camps in Jordan, Dr. Ben Carson weighed in on the situation in the region and what should be done about ISIS.

Ben Carson: Syrian Refugees Don"t Want to Come to U.S.

2015-11-29 05:51, nbcnews.com


"I did not detect any great desire for them to come to the United States," Ben Carson said after his trip to Jordan to visit Syrian refugees.