Web Toolbar by Wibiya
Login | Sign Up AnonymousUser
twiter
New to Comunitee?


or Sign Up with Email

World

>> REFUGEES Latest News

38 MINS AGO - Atlantic Monthly

A Must Read - Share

Alaska’s Climate Refugees

The village of Newtok, Alaska, sits on increasingly unstable land affected by erosion and melting permafrost. To escape the predicted collapse of the village site, residents will soon have to relocate to more stable ground.

Tags: Alaska’s Climate Refugees,  Refugees Latest News

3 HOURS AGO - Atlantic Monthly

A Must Read - Share

Alaska's Climate Refugees

The village of Newtok, Alaska, sits on increasingly unstable land affected by erosion and melting permafrost. To escape the predicted collapse of the village site, residents will soon have to relocate to more stable ground.

Tags: Alaska's Climate Refugees,  Refugees Latest News

4 HOURS AGO - Eurasia Review

A Must Read - Share

Re-Configuring The Middle East: Islamic State And Changing Demographics – Analysis

The Syrian civil war and Iraqi sectarian conflicts involving Islamic State (IS) have had far-reaching consequences for the demographics across the region. Once a relatively ethnically homogeneous autonomous region, Iraqi Kurdistan has seen its demography change radically as large numbers of Arab refugees pour into what was once an independent Kurdish state-in-waiting. The influx of refugees fleeing areas of Iraq ...

Tags: Re-Configuring The Middle East: Islamic State And Changing Demographics – Analysis,  Refugees Latest News

10 HOURS AGO - Christian Science Monitor

A Must Read - Share

In new strategy, S. Sudan army strikes rebels where it hurts: their livelihood

Government militia are accused of destroying livestock and grain in Unity state, forcing up to 500 refugees a day to seek shelter at a UN camp. The scorched-earth strategy raises the risk of famine in one of the world's poorest nations. 

Tags: In new strategy, S. Sudan army strikes rebels where it hurts: their livelihood,  Refugees Latest News

22 HOURS AGO - Huffington Post

A Must Read - Share

America Just Chose A Talented, Qualified Diplomat To Bring Hope To War-Torn Congo Basin

WASHINGTON -- Secretary of State John Kerry announced Monday that former Rep. Tom Perriello (D-Va.) will serve as the Obama administration's special envoy for the Great Lakes region of Africa, an appointment that covers Burundi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Rwanda and Uganda. By all accounts, Perriello is uniquely qualified for his new assignment. As a lawyer, he spent ...

Tags: America Just Chose A Talented, Qualified Diplomat To Bring Hope To War-Torn Congo Basin,  Refugees Latest News