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Israeli asylum seekers snuck out with fake documents

Israel – Asylum seekers tricked into repatriation with false documents distributed by immigration authorities, Yael Even reports on blog AFRICA IS A COUNTRY.

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African migrants in Europe face disillusionment

GERMANY – They set off on dangerous roads, abandoning their homeland and crossing first the Sahara and then the Mediterranean on board handmade rafts. Once they reach Europe, African migrants end up behind the walls of centres for asylum seekers. Condemned to living in uncertain, overcrowded conditions, always in fear of being deported. They survive day by day. With little success and few hopes. Charles Nforgang’s report.

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Mozambique: North overwhelmed by asylum seekers

Thousands of frustrated Ethiopian and Somali asylum seekers trying to make their way to South Africa have been marooned in overcrowded camps in northern Mozambique since the government introduced measures limiting their movements.

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SA: MSF report on Migrants

Feb7

JOHANNESBURG – MSF works in the inner-city slums of Johannesburg, the destination point for many survival migrants seeking opportunity, transit, or simply to hide among Joburg’s millions of inhabitants. But finding safe shelter here is extremely challenging.

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Untapped skills: refugees and labour market in South Africa

South Africa is safe heaven for many fleeing war and state disruption from virtually the entire continent. Still, social and economic integration seems so far out of reach.  Refugees and asylum seekers face huge difficulties in accessing the South African labour market in spite of the potential positive contribution of the skills they bring  to the host economy.

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