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Survivors report massive loss of life in latest Mediterranean Sea tragedy

On Tuesday, a UNHCR team interviewed survivors of what could be one of the worst tragedies involving refugees and migrants in the last 12 months.

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UNHCR on EU-Turkey deal: Asylum safeguards must prevail in implementation

UNHCR notes today's agreement between the European Union and Turkey on the situation of refugees and migrants seeking to make their way to Europe.

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UNHCR welcomes new reception policy: important improvements but concerns remain

The UN Refugee Agency welcomes Malta’s revised legal and policy framework for the reception of asylum seekers. UNHCR considers that Malta has taken important steps towards improved reception standards to end the automatic and mandatory detention of all asylum seekers who arrive in an irregular manner.

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Two children drown every day on average trying to reach safety in Europe

Two children have drowned every day on average since September 2015 trying to cross the eastern Mediterranean to find safety with their families in Europe, UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, said today.

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Majority of the Maltese do not perceive migration as a threat
+ 2,800 refugees have been resettled from Malta: 2005-2014
568 individuals arrived by boat in 2014
visit www.unhcr.org.mt/charts for more stats
52% granted international protection in 2014
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UNHCR’s Observations on Malta’s Revised Legislative and Policy Framework for the Reception of Asylum-Seekers-

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

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