Ayse Cavus

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Why denying refugees the right to work is a catastrophic error

From the 1980s on, a dominant international approach has been taken towards the majority of the world’s refugees. Concentrated in a small number of host countries, close to war zones, displaced people have been settled in what have become known as “humanitarian silos”. Such places are usually …

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Stand as one - the global refugee crisis in pictures

A new immersive visual and audio exhibition by photographers commissioned by Oxfam takes viewers into the world of some of the 65 million people forced to leave their homes around the globe. The photos remind us of the humanity and individuality of each person who has been compelled to flee because …

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Millions of children fleeing war 'systematically denied' basic rights

Chronic underfunding of aid programmes is having a devastating impact on child refugees around the world, the charity War Child warns, with vulnerable children being “systematically denied” fundamental rights such as access to education or protection from forced marriage.<p>War Child’s report, I’ve …

Middle East

Despite Trump, here’s how you can help Syrian refugees

Syria has been in the news since 2011, when the first pro-democracy uprising demanded the ousting of the then-current President, Assad. The …

Middle East

Syria war: 6 years; 5 million refugees; 400,000 dead

Syria’s civil war has raged on for six years. The UN children’s agency says a record number of children were killed in Syria last year. More than a third of them in or near a school.<p>Fighting in Syria has claimed the lives of between 300,000 and 400,000 people.<p>Before the war, Syria’s population was …

Middle East

Syria war: Risking all to escape

<b>"They wait until the fog sets in, limiting the visibility of the Turkish border guards, and then they run for their lives."</b><p>Abdo, 31, is a people smuggler from a Syrian village near the northern city of Idlib.<p>Before the war he was a farmer, but now he makes his living helping Syrian refugees cross, …

Devastating conflict has left 30 million people in the Middle East unsure of their next meal

"Food security and nutrition levels in the Near East and North Africa have sharply deteriorated over the last five years," the agency said in a report released Monday.<p>"The prevalence of severe food insecurity in the adult population... was close to 9.5 percent in 2014-2015, representing …

Iraq's refugees: Life after IS

<b>BBC Radio 5 live has been reporting from Iraq on the stories of women, children and men who have fled from the forces of the so-called Islamic State. Reporter Nick Garnett reflects on his time there.</b><p>As Anna Foster, presenter of 5 live Drive, and I sat opposite one another deep into the night …

Eastern Aleppo: A Leg Shattered, A Hometown Destroyed

<i>On his way to meet friends for coffee not long ago, Abu Ahmed*, a 27-year-old computer repairman living in eastern Aleppo, was injured by a cluster</i> …

When Canadian citizens sponsor Syrian refugees, things can get complicated

“Imagine going on Google Earth, and trying to find your old house, and not being able to find it because its been bombed to smithereens.”<p>Jodi Kantor, a New York Times journalist, has been reporting on Syrian refugees in Canada who are trying to come to grips with all they've lost.<p>She's also been …

My life in the world’s largest refugee camp

In the early 1990s, Somalia was consumed by civil war and famine. Millions fled their homes. Many tried to reach neighbouring Kenya in search of survival.<p>One of those was Zamzam Abdi Gelle, a young woman who made the treacherous journey from Somalia's battle-scarred capital Mogadishu to Dadaab, a …

Young Refugee and Migrant Children at Risk as Extreme Cold Weather Grips Much of Europe – UNICEF

<b>NEW YORK</b> (January 20, 2017) – With no sign of a let-up in the extreme cold weather and storms sweeping Central, Eastern and Southern Europe, refugee …

African Refugee Drowns In Venice Canal As Bystanders Yell Racist Remarks Instead Of Helping

Italian judges have opened an investigation into the drowning of an African refugee in Venice’s Grand Canal, local media said Wednesday. Pateh …

Closed Balkan route means lucrative times for human traffickers

More than 7,000 refugees and migrants have been stranded in Serbia since neighboring countries closed their borders. Many are spending what money …

The Amityville horror: The boy who lived in the true-life haunted house breaks his 40-year silence

• The house where the Lutzes in Long Island lived was site of mass murder<br>• Family lasted only 28 days in the haunted house in 1976<br>• Daniel Lutz, who was 10 …

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Amityville Priest Interview

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Amityville Horror True Story - Real Amityville House, Lutz Family

<i>I wasn't really concerned about whether or not it was a true story. It didn't matter to me. I had to create a reality of my own.</i>-Sandor Stern, …

Who was the Amityville ghost boy?

New information comes to light on the creepy ghost photo taken in the supposedly haunted house in Amityville, NY.<p>The Amityville Horror haunting is …

haunted houses - The Skeptic's Dictionary

From Abracadabra to Zombies | View All<p>haunted house<p>When demons or ghosts take up residence, a house is said to be "possessed" or "haunted." It is not …

Amityville Horror: Horror or Hoax?

When George and Kathy Lutz moved into the three-story colonial in Amityville on New York's Long Island in December 1975, they were thrilled.<p>The …

Amityville: The Horror of It All - CSI

The bestselling book The Amityville Horror: A True Story was followed by a movie of the same title and a sequel, Amityville II: The Possession. …

The Amityville Horror

Originally, I was going to write something about UFOs this week, since it seems like that's what the people want to read, and something about ghosts …

Horror

The Real Amityville Horror

Skeptoid Podcast #20<br>January 11, 2007<br>Podcast transcript<p>In the small town of Amityville on New York's Long Island, on a dark evening in 1974, 23 year …

Can you handle the truth? Some ugly facts in science and sensibility

Ahead of her Sense About Science lecture, Tracey Brown digs around the evidence with some uncomfortable concerns about accountability in public life<p>Listen to the podcast of Tracey’s lecture here<p>This evening (Monday 28 September) I’m giving a lecture at the British Library to a group of researchers, …

Critical Thinking

The Science of Why We Don’t Believe Science

How our brains fool us on climate, creationism, and the vaccine-autism link.<p><b>By</b> <b>Chris Mooney</b><p><b>“A MAN WITH A CONVICTION</b> is a hard man to change. Tell him …

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