AYS DAILY NEWS DIGEST 25.04.2017 Majority of Afghan asylum seekers have their applications rejected

Merkel panders to far-right, targets Afghan refugees // Another hospital was bombed in Syria // Bodies from yesterday’s deadly boat crash have been recovered // Hundreds live in the forests outside of Dunkirk // Report sternly criticizes hotspot system

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Yesterday’s demonstration outside of Munich airport

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Yemen

MSF calls for increased funding for operation in Yemen

Syria

Idlib hospital bombed in airstrikes

Greece

Two hospitalized from Moria hunger strike

Bodies from yesterday’s shipwreck have been found, 7 still missing

Amnesty urges the shutting down of Elliniko Camps in Athens

MSF opens health services in Athens

Numbers

Khora reaches record numbers of refugees fed, requests donations

Refugee radio station created

Serbia

BelgrAid issues urgent call for volunteers

Refugee Aid Serbia to hold training session for volunteers

Numbers

Psychologist needed in Belgrade!

Switzerland

Arabic language guide details how to go about preparing for second asylum interview

Germany

German crime statistics for 2016 show an increase in violent crime

France

Following fire and subsequent closing of the Dunkirk camp, hundreds of refugees must live in the woods

Report details the results of the closing of the “Jungle” camp in Calais on children

Dunkirk Legal Services Team needs your help!

Hygiene products needed in Paris!

Algeria

Algeria expels group of 55 Syrian refugees, Morocco refuses to take them in

EU

Malta proposes a plan to resolve reluctance of countries to accept refugees

Report highlights the problems of the hotspots of Italy and Greece

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

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