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Mediterranean crossings: Collective action an important first step

We welcome in particular the tripling of funding for joint maritime operations. We appreciate the assurance given at the summit press conference that this will mean an operation with similar capacity, resources, and scope to the Mare Nostrum operation

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European leaders strongly urged to put human life, rights and dignity first in Mediterranean decision

The UN refugee agency on Thursday joined other organizations in a call on European leaders to put human life, rights and dignity first today when agreeing upon a common response to the humanitarian crisis in the Mediterranean.

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Mediterranean boat capsizing: deadliest incident on record

From available information and the various accounts we’ve had, UNHCR now believes the number of fatalities to have been over 800, making this the deadliest incident in the Mediterranean we have ever recorded

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UNHCR - New Mediterranean boat tragedy may be biggest ever, urgent action is needed now

Should these numbers be confirmed, the incident – which happened overnight – will be the largest loss of life from any incident on the Mediterranean involving refugees and migrants.

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+ 2,800 refugees have been resettled from Malta: 2005-2014
52% granted international protection in 2014
visit www.unhcr.org.mt/charts for more stats
568 individuals arrived by boat in 2014
Majority of the Maltese do not perceive migration as a threat
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Mapping Statelessness in Malta-UNHCR has launched a report on statelessness in Malta

CMSI-CENTRAL MEDITERRANEAN SEA INITIATIVE (CMSI)- Action Plan

UNHCR position paper on detention-UNHCR' Position on the detention of asylum-seekers in Malta

2014 Malta Asylum Trends update-Malta Asylum Trends mid year update

What would you do?-2014 World Refugee Day debate

Nitkellmu? -Study on refugee integration in Malta

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