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Below are news on asylum in Malta and around the World.



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1 Moving Forward
2 Cessation of US Resettlement program from Malta
3 NOTICE OF CHANGE TO DOOR QUESTION TIME
4 UNHCR chief says it is "absolute nonsense" to blame refugees for terror
5 Dying to play
6 Meet Faysal - Syrian Designer
7 Meet Muusu - The cost of a cigarette in Somalia
8 Meet Abdul An Eritrean barber in Msida
9 Why Malta needs to accede to the UN Statelessness Conventions
10 The Med’s Mare Mortum
11 Joint IOM - UNHCR report on reception of unaccompanied and separated children launched in Malta
12 Needs soar as number of Syrian refugees tops 3 million
13 Ethiopian Oromo refugee community to set up NGO to promote integration in Malta
14 In Pictures: Ibrahim wins 2014 Malta Half Marathon
15 “I am running to win” – Ibrahim
16 Sounds at the Heart of the Mediterranean
17 UN appeals for a record US$6.5 billion for Syria operations in 2014
18 Bitter-sweet family reunion in Sicily for Mediterranean capsize survivors
19 Families split after rescue - parents reunited with their children in Sicily
20 UNHCR Chief expresses shock at new Mediterranean boat tragedy
21 Rescued survivors arrive in Malta
22 Italian Red Cross sets up family tracing phone line, e-mail
23 Number of Syrian refugees tops 2 million mark with more on the way
24 Malta asylum trends - 2013 update
25 A million refugee children mark shameful milestone in Syria crisis
 
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