The "great wall of Calais," as critics are dubbing it, will be built on both sides of a road that leads to the English Channel, where refugees try to make it onto boats heading to the UK.
By Justin Ling
The refugee camp has become a sore spot for the community, and now the French government is promising to find alternative housing for the thousands of migrants.
But it's unclear when that will take place and where the more than 850 asylum seekers currently held there will go
Even though the Canadian government has promised to stop locking up migrants in provincial jails, the policy hasn't ended yet.
By VICE News
For Syrian refugees recently resettled in Cleveland, this week's Republican National Convention is anything but a celebration.
By Alberto Riva
More migrants are attempting the dangerous Mediterranean crossing from Libya after the eastern overland route through Greece became a much harder option.
Despite fostering a reputation of welcoming refugees, Canada has been detaining and deporting migrant children for years. New figures expose the extent, and the severity, of the problem.
By Justin Ling
The election was Saturday, but there is total confusion about whether Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will be able to hang onto government — or whether his own party will turf him first.
By Tess Owen
Boris Johnson, London's former mayor and "Leave" advocate, is facing criticism after breaking his silence and offering a picture of immigration post-Brexit that falls short of his campaign promises.
By VICE News
VICE News headed to Clacton, where UKIP leader Nigel Farage today unveiled the latest poster for their campaign to leave the EU.
Refugee and human rights experts have been urging the Canadian government to drop Mexico from that list, citing rampant crime and violence at the hands of law enforcement and criminals.
By Adam Hamze
An estimated 65.3 million people have been forced to flee their homes due to violence and conflict, according to a new report by the UN's refugee agency.
Shortfalls of the Canadian government's plan to resettle 25,000 Syrian refugees in the span of a few months are become clear as many are still seriously struggling to make ends meet, eight months after the start of the program.
They often only make it as far as Mexico, where authorities detain and deport them. Despite Mexico's harsh immigration enforcement, most of the deportees plan to try to make the trip again immediately.
A religious rights group is urging Canada's immigration ministry to allow hundreds of Yazidis displaced from their homes in northern Iraq by Islamic State militants to come to Canada through its refugee channels.
The UN and aid groups say three boats packed with people sank during the busiest week for migrant crossings from Libya to Europe so far this year.
A member of parliament for Australia's opposition center-left Labor party says Canada is the "obvious" choice for resettling refugees held in its offshore detention centers — and other government leaders and NGOs are supporting the idea.
The government in Nairobi has long threatened to close the doors of Dadaab refugee camp, home to more than 300,000 refugees mainly from neighboring Somalia.
Greek riot police and undercover security officers disguised as migrants are overseeing an operation to evacuate more than 8,000 migrants from a makeshift camp near the border with Macedonia.
The move comes after Iraq's prime minister announced an offensive to retake the city as a wave of deadly bombings claimed by Islamic State have killed hundreds in and around Baghdad.