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· May, 2006

Stories about Refugees from May, 2006

Kurdistance: NGO Project Update

Ok, so maybe the title of today's post is a little bit of a misnomer, but our commentators today all mention NGO projects…and I'll give you some extra links to...

North Korea: Defectors granted asylum

Indonesia: Java Quake Help Wiki Needs Online Volunteers

In response to the Java Quake of 27th May, 2006, the World Wide Help Group have set up the Java Quake Help Wiki and since it was set up, in...

Barbados: Senegalese “death boat”

Russia: The Plight of Russian-Germans

Sudan: Refugees in Israel

Senegal: Conversations on Drowned Migrants

Senegalese blogger Seckasysteme has been keeping a close eye on thousands of migrants from Senegal who have attempted to reach Europe on clandestine rafts since the beginning of the year....

Zimbabwe: UK Asylum seekers

African Refugees in Australia

North Korea: Comfort women escape

Martinique: Reaction to mtvU's “Darfur is Dying” Game

Sudan: Living in Southern limbo

Africa: Clandestine Emigration

Belarus: Political Refugees; Disinformation on Asylum Seekers

Belarus: Fake Dissident

DRC: Demonstration for Congolese in Belgium

This Week In Palestinian Blogs: Al-Nakba Continues

Al-Nakba (or ‘the catastrophe’), the day Israel declared its independence on May 14th 1948, has been the main topic of this past week. For many Palestinian bloggers Al-Nakba means remembering...

Uzbekistan: St. Louis Revolutionary

Extensive Flooding in Suriname

HEAVY FLOODING has affected more than 157 villages in Suriname over the past 48 hours and 15,000 people have been displaced already. “Operation Falawatra” (Operation “Low Tide”), the government's aid...

Indonesia: Failed state index

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