A refugee couple in their early twenties find an end to their struggle for water.Enter
Meet baby Mohammad Anas, 20 days old today
Weighing only 1.5 kilograms, tiny baby Mohammad Anas can fit in the palm of your hands. He was rushed to the IOM, UN Migration Agency, medical clinic in Leda, Cox’s Bazar. Mohammad Anas is one of the over 500,000 Rohingya refugees, who crossed in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, having fled violence in Northern Rakhine State, Myanmar. Watch here
Libya is awash with tears for the tens of thousands of migrants from across Africa and beyond who have traveled there in search of a better life.
Thousands of African migrants facing rape, torture and extortion in Libyan detention centres are abandoning hopes of reaching Europe and instead queueing up to take charter flights back home under a scheme set up by the United Nations.
Contrary to prevailing mainstream political narrative, the recent migration flows across the Mediterranean to Europe are not the problem. But they have exposed the real problems we face.
Wilson, a 25-year-old Honduran, had recently started his journey towards the United States. On the night of September 7, Wilson was staying in a shelter for migrants in Ixtepec in southern Mexico.
Johora, 60, came to the IOM-supported community clinic in Kutupalong, Ukhiya sub-district, with Shajeda, her 20-year-old daughter-in-law, who is in her eighth month of pregnancy and expecting her first child.
Hasina held her crying baby close as she explained that it was for him she had feared the most.