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Uganda denies deal with Israel on African migrants

Date: 3.1.18 Source: Daily Monitor, Ephraim Kasozi

KAMPALA- Uganda has denied partnering with Israel to host thousands of African migrants who have been ordered to leave the Middle East country within 90 days.

Netanyahu pushes for forced expulsion of African asylum seekers

Date: 3.1.18 Source: Haaretz, Noa Landau and Ilan Lior
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday instructed National Security Adviser Meir Ben Shabbat to examine a plan for the forcible expulsion of African asylum seekers. 
 
To date, some of the possibilities examined have included encouraging

Israel: African migrants told to leave or face imprisonment

Date: 2.1.18 Source: BBC news

The Israeli government has issued a notice for thousands of African migrants to leave the country or face imprisonment.

The migrants will be given up to $3,500 (£2,600) for leaving within the next 90 days.

Deportation process begins: Israel demands that asylum seekers leave by april

Date: 1.1.18 Source: Haaretz, Ilan lior
The Population, Immigration and Border Authority has launched its campaign to begin ridding Israel of its African asylum seekers, announcing Monday that many Eritrean and Sudanese nationals will have to leave the country within the coming months or be incarcerated indefinitely.

Israel to deliver asylum seekers to the hands of human smugglers

Date: 29.12.17 Source: +972,  Noa Yachot

Exactly one decade ago, liberal Israelis were boasting of their government’s treatment of the refugees who had recently begun entering the country, largely from Sudan.

Thousands of asylum seekers to be given 90 days to leave Israel or face prison

Date: 28.12.17 Source: Haaretz, Ilan lior and Josh Breiner
Thousands of asylum seekers from Eritrea and Sudan will soon be told to leave Israel within three months or face prison.

High court slams Israeli government for failing to develop policy on Darfur refugees

Date: 20.12.17 Source: Haaretz, Ilan Lior
The High Court of Justice criticized the government Monday for dragging its feet on setting a new policy on granting residency in Israel to asylum seekers originally from the Darfur region of Sudan.

Israel to grant temporary residency to 300 more asylum seekers from Darfur

Date: 17.12.17 Source: Haaretz, Yarden Zur
Israel will grant temporary residency status to a second group of 300 asylum seekers from the Darfur region of Sudan.
 
The government made the announcement as part of its response to a High Court of Justice petition asking the court to order th

Experts fear dangers faced in Rwanda by expelled asylum seekers

Date: 17.12.17 Source: ynet, Amir Alon

Although the government unanimously approved a bill Sunday to close the Holot detention facility which houses African illegal immigrants and asylum seekers, the plan still depends on successfully ex

Israeli pilots must refuse to fly expelled asylum seekers toward their deaths

Date: 14.12.17 Source: Haaretz, Gideon Levy
In the next few weeks the first planes will set out. Some of the passengers are liable to be journeying toward their deaths. Some will be on journeys to prison, to torture camps, to humiliations and tribulations, to hunger and disease; trips to darkness.

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