More countries should educate refugees in national schools to help them integrate, the United Nations said on Tuesday, praising Chad and Uganda as poor countries setting an example. About 4 million child refugees were out of school in 2017, the U.N.'s cultural agency, UNESCO, said, which meant they not only lost
KAMPALA - Public hospitals in Uganda have been hit by shortages of essential medicines and supplies needed for emergency care, a health workers' association said, further hurting services at facilities already struggling from years of neglect. The shortages are affecting the East African country's main Mulago Hospital, which handles serious cases
By Middle East Affairs The Israeli government said on Tuesday it would cancel its plan to forcibly deport African migrants who entered the country illegally, Reuters reported. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his administration tried for months to cement a plan that would deport thousands of refugees, mostly from Eritrean and Sudan.
By Middle East Affairs Israel released a small group of African migrants from detention on Wednesday after a deal to send them to Rwanda collapsed, Reuters reports. Another 200 hundred are still at the Saharonim detention center in southern Israel and might be deported to Uganda, but the news agency said that
By Middle East Affairs Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his supporters are looking at new ways to deport asylum seekers by the masses after he nixed a deal with the United Nations to relocate them to Western countries. The government is considering sending the asylum seekers to a different country in