asylum seeker


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asylum seeker

one who seeks ASYLUM.
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Asylum seekers mobilised on Tuesday in Nicosia in a peaceful demonstration seeking to raise awareness regarding their limited employment opportunities as well as exploitative and abusive work conditions.
THE number of asylum seekers receiving support in Merseyside is on the rise.
The Czech Republic took in just one asylum seeker for every 423,153 of its 10.6 million-strong population.
In the UK, at the last election, the Conservatives said they were committed to ensuring Britain "remain[ed] a place of sanctuary for refugees", l C the seekers are have fled for safety country while also pledging to reduce the number of asylum seekers arriving in the country.
He said that now Latvia was behind the schedule because it was expected to receive about 50 asylum seekers under the EU relocation scheme already in September last year.
Owen Chambers Are people forgetting that asylum seekers come from war-torn countries which they would like to stay in, however we are bombing their homes and killing their families.
Swansea was one place behind at sixth, with one per 272, while Newport came in at eighth in the list, with one asylum seeker per 302 people.
CARDIFF has the fourth highest concentration of asylum seekers in the UK, according to official figures released by the Home Office.
In another revelation, a male asylum seeker told ABC that police SWAT teams are known to be brutal.
Jannat Gul an Afghan asylum seeker who came Norway after crossing Greece, said, "he thought that he has escaped from the hell but now he observes that he has entered from one room of hell to another".
The Government of Sri Lanka, in keeping with its obligations under customary international law, has been engaging consistently with UNHCR to address and manage the asylum seeker population, particularly its increase.