Run for your life

October 2002
New Internationalist;Oct2002, Issue 350, p23
Presents information on status of refugees and asylum seekers in different countries. Influence of human rights abuses on the migration of the people in Sudan; Number of exiles returning to Afghanistan; Increase in the number of applications from Nigerians for asylum in Europe.


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