Other times, the traffickers tried to blend in with the migrants and refugees.
And if successful, the program would be extended to refugees in Guatemala and El Salvador.
When refugees started pushing their way through to the food, soldiers reportedly opened fire.
Their advocacy of the "full" right of return of Palestinian refugees means an end to Jewish Israel.
He says attacks against women have risen, and the migrants and refugees have made people too scared to leave their homes at night.
A great number of these refugees reached Britain, landing mostly at the mouth of the Thames, and sailing up it as far as Reading.
Among all the refugees, there is not one more loyal to the backbone than we.
The suffering of the refugees, due to destitution and exposure, was something horrible to think upon.
Food, through Jewel's care, had been served out to the refugees.
With the breaking of day came the proposition of feeding the refugees.
1680s, from French refugié, noun use of past participle of refugier "to take shelter, protect," from Old French refuge (see refuge). First applied to French Huguenots who migrated after the revocation (1685) of the Edict of Nantes. The word meant "one seeking asylum," till 1914, when it evolved to mean "one fleeing home" (first applied in this sense to civilians in Flanders heading west to escape fighting in World War I). In Australian slang from World War II, reffo.
People who flee a nation, often to escape punishment for their political affiliations or for political dissent.