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KKL-JNF takes in dozens of orphaned children from Ukraine

The children coming from the Chabad "Alumim" orphanage in the Ukrainian will be staying in Ness Harim Field School near Jerusalem, and will enjoy activities and tours in Israel.

Russia-Ukraine war: A muddy escape from Ukrainian danger through Moldova

A steady stream of refugees made their way across the border from Ukraine into Moldova through the Palanca crossing - meet them.


The forgotten Afghan refugees who are halfway to the US

Afghan refugees, promised to be taken to the United States, are still stuck in refugee camps in the UAE, not knowing when the future will change.


Biden keeps US refugee cap at Trump-era 15,000 - for now

Democratic US Representative Pramila Jayapal called Biden's decision not to raise Trump's "harmful, xenophobic and racist refugee cap" unconscionable.

An African migrant sits near the Old Central Bus Station in south Tel Aviv, Israel February 3, 2020

Netanyahu fixates on African migrants – but Likud has no policy

Despite the talks with Sudan and the fact that Netanyahu has repeatedly initiated discussion on the topic, Likud does not have an official policy on the matter.

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US moves to speed up releases of unaccompanied migrant children

President Joe Biden earlier this month reversed a policy put in place by former Republican President Donald Trump that allowed US authorities to rapidly expel migrant children.


Biden to raise current US refugee cap from historic lows

Biden said he plans to set the limit for fiscal year 2022, which begins on Oct. 1, 2021, at 125,000 refugees.

US DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL candidate Joe Biden arrives at a campaign event in Hermantown, Minnesota,

Biden reaffirms campaign promise to increase US admissions of refugees

“We’re safer, stronger, a better country because of their contributions,” said Biden on the impacts of accepting more refugees.


IsraAID provides relief to Lesbos refugees, migrants after fire guts camp

We are deeply concerned about the well-being of the camp’s 12,000 residents, who are left to pick up the pieces, with nowhere to go," said IsraAID CEO Yotam Polizer.

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