AYS Daily Digest 24/1/18: Storm to hit Lebanon, refugees at risk

“Storm Oscar” prepares to slam into Lebanon on Wednesday night / Situation is worsening in Afghanistan, STC backing out after team members’ deaths / Greece: Locals demonstrate hate towards refugees and volunteers around Vial / Croatian minister of interior still evades responsibility / France-UK: the new deal on family reunification / Indignation in Spain; new SAR actions / News from Libya, France, Spain, Germany and more

headquarters / shack of the local fascist groups barring the new containers from accessing Vial (Photo: Leslie Meral Schick )

FEATURE — winter storm announced to hit Lebanon on Wednesday night

AFGHANISTAN

A country NOT safe for ANYONE

Trapped in an endemic cycle of poverty, 80 per cent of internally displaced families NRC surveyed report taking on high levels of debt. Almost 20 per cent sent at least one child out to work

GREECE

Local opposition turns fascist

The oldest volunteer-run and donation-funded kitchen still serving refugees in all of Greece needs help

Athens

BULGARIA

CROATIA

FRANCE

The court condemns the practices of immediate refoulement of unaccompanied minors

Paris

Help get laundry facilities set up in at the L’Auberge des Migrants/ Help Refugees warehouse in Calais

Family reunification according to Sandhurst

SEA — SPAIN

GERMANY

The cost of ‘Duldung’

UK

“Our lawyer told us that I have to do a DNA test. But he said I can only do it in the UK”

LIBYA

GENERAL

Legalizing documents at the German embassy in Beirut — attention

Monitoring threats to civic actors and journalists in Europe

Daily news digests from the field, mainly for volunteers and refugees on the route, but also for journalists and other parties.