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The Latest: EU Leaders Want More Migrants Deported
European Union leaders are pledging to deport migrants more quickly and to tighten border controls to bar the entry of people who do not qualify for asylum
The Latest: Aid Group Recovers 25 Bodies in Mediterranean
Doctors Without Borders says its personnel have recovered the bodies of 25 migrants aboard an overcrowded inflatable raft in the Mediterranean Sea
Aid Group: Refugees Facing 'Appalling Conditions' in Greece
The international aid group Doctors Without Borders says refugees at camps in Greece are still living in mostly "appalling conditions" with poor access to health care and lack of provisions to identify the vulnerable
Doubts Raised About Russia's 'Humanitarian Pause' in Aleppo
Russian and Syrian warplanes have halted strikes on the besieged Syrian city of Aleppo a day before a brief humanitarian pause is set to begin. Russia has called on rebel fighters and civilians to use the break in the bombing on Thursday to leave the rebel-controlled eastern side of the city. But
US-Made Bomb Used in Airstrike on Funeral in Yemen, Human Rights Watch Says
An investigation has revealed that the U.S. manufactured a bomb that killed more than 140 people, mostly civilians, in Yemen this past weekend, according to Human Rights Watch . The airstrike, on Oct. 8, 2016, by the U.S.-backed, Saudi-led coalition at a funeral service in Yemen killed scores of
Drone Video Shows Devastation of Aleppo
Haunting video shows buildings in the Syrian city reduced to rubble by airstrikes and bombings.
Dozens of Cholera Cases Reported in Haiti After Hurricane Matthew
As the remnants of Hurricane Matthew dissipate, Haitian government officials and aid groups are gearing up for a health possible crisis. Today, the Haitian Ministry of Interior said that 1.4 million people are said to be "urgent need" of help and dozens of cholera cases have been reported, spurring
Making the Journey: A Look at the Plight of the World's Refugees
ABC News' Serena Marshall is at the Doctors Without Borders Exhibit on the global refugee crisis in Washington, DC.
The Countries at the Heart of the Refugee Crisis
ABC News' Serena Marshall is at the Doctors Without Borders Exhibit with a look at the half dozen countries that are at the heart of the global refugee crisis.