Migrant detention centres, or 'concentration camps', in the US make the world more dangerous for everyone.
Turkey hosts the highest number of refugees globally. While various economic sectors and cities prosper through the workforce of asylum seekers, some local mayors have adopted hostile rhetoric.
According to the UNHCR, Turkey is hosting the largest number of refugees in the world for the fifth consecutive year. Out of the 3.7 million refugees, only 3.5 percent of them actually live in camps, the rest are spread out across the country.
The Turkish coast guard rescued 31 migrants whose boat sank in the Aegean Sea.
Refugees have brought in capital, increased productivity, and contributed towards higher employment rates, according to a report by the Turkish Institute of Statistics.
Thousands of asylum seekers across the country managed to rebuild their lives after drowning in debt and destitution just next door.
Not willing to abandon hope, Lara Shahin empowered herself and fellow Syrian refugee women through a new business initiative of selling handmade soaps and a variety of handicrafts.
Turkey has spent more than $32 billion from its own resources to aid and shelter refugees since the beginning of the Syrian civil war.
Turkish Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu says successful cross-border campaigns Euphrates Shield and Olive Branch paved way for repatriation of Syrian refugees from Turkey.
UNHCR says some 5.6 million Syrian refugees still remain in five neighbouring countries, and $5.5 billion is required to support the refugees, including a million babies born in displacement.
The worst of the refugee crises might be over, but migrants seeking a better life are finding new ways to Europe.
Education programme in Turkey aims to prevent what the UN calls a lost generation of Syrian children.
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