Jean Wyllys left Brazil amid death threats from backers of authoritarian President Jair Bolsonaro. Now, he's a "living representative" of Bolsonaro's oppression.
“I don't want to go to a different country. I want to live in my country. Why am I forced to now leave my own home because of this racism and this fear?” Sondos al-Silwi is planning to move to Yemen so that she and her infant daughter can be with her husband. Why? Because of Trump’s Travel Ban.
We are four million Syrian refugees scattered across lands of exile. Affected individuals, suffering deep within themselves. We have been hunted and hounded, forced to build a new life in the midst of an alien and harsh reality.
The Sahrawis have lived as refugees in exile for nearly 40 years. They are one of the world's oldest refugee groups, but one of the least-known internationally.
The fear of not being able to leave, of remaining locked on the island, is shared by many of my compatriots. Those who have
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"Exiles" and their politics are part of the very fabric of American life. But there are many times when "exile" politics have proved to be a problem -- with the recent Iraq debacle, a case in point, and fragmented Lebanon being another.
The money came in a white envelope, brought to the door by an illegal agency. "Use it to celebrate Christmas," the accompanying note read, ending with a brief, "bye."
In neighboring Nepal, police detained at least 22 Tibetan exiles on their way to a celebration for the Dalai Lama, according