Iran’s generous and exceptional services for refugees despite unfair economic sanctions has exceeded expectations and international responsibilities, an official with the National Organization for Migration has said.
Some 95,000 foreign nationals who hold legal residence permits and are suffering from hard-to-cure diseases receive free health insurance annually.
Robin Nandy, the representative of the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) in Iran, has said the country’s comprehensive program for the protection of refugee children is encouraging.
Lalini Veerassamy, the Chief of Mission of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in the Islamic Republic of Iran, has said the world should know the services that are offered to refugees in Iran.
Campaigners have slammed U.S. politicians following the grisly discovery of 51 dead asylum seekers and at least a dozen others who required hospital treatment after being found inside an abandoned trailer on a remote road in San Antonia, Texas on Monday.
Thousands of refugees slept rough on the Greek island of Lesbos for a second night after a fire razed the country's largest camp to the ground.
Global refugee compact will mobilize support for protracted refugee situation in Iran, UN Refugee Agency, Assistant High Commissioner for Protection, Volker Türk, told the Tehran Times on Monday. “Global refugee compact is an effort by all 193 members of the United Nations to design to protect those who are forced to flee and support the […]
TEHRAN – Two weeks after winning elections with a reduced majority, German Chancellor Angela Merkel took a first step Sunday toward forming a government by trying to unite her bitterly divided conservative camp. Merkel met for closed-door talks with her Bavarian CSU allies led by Horst Seehofer, who blames her open-door refugee policy for the […]