My Sinchew/ Refugees

EU unveils 'bold' plan to take 160,000 refugees

The EU unveiled plans Wednesday to take 160,000 refugees from overstretched border states, as the United States said it would accept more Syrians to ease the pressure from the worst migration crisis since World War II.

Escaped from Eritrea, refugee route leads to Europe

Eritrea is a day's trek through dusty hills from the refugee camp in Ethiopia, a way station for tens of thousands of Eritreans who have fled their oppressive homeland.

Germany to take 31,000 refugees, France 24,000 under EU plan

Germany and France would take nearly half of the 120,000 refugees to be relocated from frontline states under a plan by European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker, a European source said Monday.

Wealthy Gulf nations face questions over Syria refugees

Amman (AFP) -- As hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees languish in camps or risk their lives to reach Europe, questions are being asked about why wealthy Gulf states have accepted so few.

By the end of August, more than four million Syrians had fled their country but very few if any refugees have been officially accepted by the six countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council.

Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have donated billions to help refugees, but are facing increasing scrutiny for their apparent unwillingness to accept migrants.

Drowned Syrian boy shows need to stop boats: Australian PM

Heart-breaking images of a Syrian toddler washed up on a Turkish beach were a reminder of the need to stop people-smuggling boats, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said Friday, as he stood firm on Canberra's hardline immigration policies.

Myanmar repatriates 159 Bangladesh boat migrants

Myanmar has returned 159 Bangladeshi migrants rescued from boats stranded off its coast in May, officials said Tuesday, the latest group to be repatriated after a migration crisis that unfurled across Southeast Asia.

Armed forces, police to discuss allocation of border duties

The Malaysian Armed Forces and the Royal Malaysia Police are to meet on July 1 to discuss allocation of duties between the military and the police along the Malaysian-Thai border.

The ubiquitous child labor scene in Malaysian job market

It is illegal to hire child workers in Malaysia. However, given the perennial labor market crunch, child labor is very much in existence in many sectors.

Govt has no plan to allow Rohingyas to work in Malaysia

The Dewan Negara was today told that the government has no plan to allow Rohingya migrants registered with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) to work in the country.

Govt to review border security agreements: Zahid

The government wants to review the border security agreements signed with neigbouring countries, particularly Thailand, following the uncovering of human trafficking activities in Wang Kelian, Perlis, recently.


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