by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Mar 17, 2016
He didn't want to fight for the Syrian regime.
by Beenish Ahmed Mar 10, 2016
While the U.S. is mired in an election season that has seen incredibly controversial and sharply conservative ideas gain traction, Trudeau stakes out some seriously progressive ground.
by Justin Salhani Mar 9, 2016
170,000 people have fled Yemen, but most are foreigners.
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Mar 7, 2016
"Last year it was the strongest young men who were sent first, because it was a journey into the unknown."
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Mar 1, 2016
Refugees and local European Union residents increasingly clashed in February.
by Adrienne Mahsa Varkiani Feb 20, 2016
Refugees were crying as protesters shouted "go home" and "we are the people."
by Justin Salhani Feb 18, 2016
Arizona's House Republicans said they don't trust the federal government to properly vet refugees.
by Justin Salhani Feb 16, 2016
The public prosecutor said of the more than one thousand incidents reported that night, 600 were theft-related.
by Justin Salhani Feb 8, 2016
If more Americans met Muslims, Pesner feels they would see them as more rounded human beings instead of as caricatures.
by Jack Jenkins Feb 5, 2016
"This fundamentally goes against our faith so our church community is compelled to act, despite the possibility of individual penalty against us."