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Lower court: Eritrean asylum seekers can be deported to country of origin

Judge Feshititsky gave migrants a small "consolation prize", saying that if deportation still is not feasible for any reason, the state should grant Eritreans permanent status in Israel.

 FluenTLV event this last Saturday night at Moodtlv

Tel Aviv start-up aims to change the world of language learning

FluenTLV pairs language learners with native speakers from Amharic to Tigrinya.

Protestors demonstrate against Israel's plan to deport asylum-seekers

Israel to reopen migrant prisons after admitting deportation plan failed

MK Shelly Yacimovich said that the state's announcement is "a welcome step that will save Israel from committing a serious and harmful act."

Protestors demonstrate against Israel's plan to deport asylum-seekers

New Israel Fund grantees asked Rwandan government not to accept migrants

New Israel Fund CEO: If such a letter led Rwanda to cancel an agreement, it's a failure of Israel’s foreign policy.

Demonstrators gather in Jerusalem to protest the government's deportation plan

State tells court: African country suitable to receive deported migrants

Unnamed state said to meet conditions to accept expelled asylum seekers after PM flip-flop on UN Deal.

A young boy stands in front of demonstrators protesting the government's deportation plan

In Media: Israelis protest government's flip-flopping deportation plan

Israelis gathered in Jerusalem to demonstrate against the government's ever-changing policy towards migrants.

African asylum seekers line up to apply for a visa in Bnei Brak, Israel

Amsalem: Netanyahu may go back to UN agreement on migrants

Coalition chairman said the PM may go back to plan he canceled within 24 hours of its announcement, and that the proposal to probe the New Israel Fund is toothless.

 A demolished house in the unrecognized Bedouin village of al-Arakib, few days after all the houses

Flip-flop nation: Jerusalem's endless 'crisis management' policy

Prime minister Netanyahu's sudden cancellation of the asylum seekers deal is the latest in a long series of reversals.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

Netanyahu on asylum seekers: Yes, a 360 degree turn

The prime minister's abrupt reversal of Israel's announced deal with the UNHCR has ramifications for the country's political future.

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