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# Refugees

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Ukrainians fleeing to Ireland and other countries amid 'increasing power cuts and harsh winter'
Govt plans to double payment for Ukrainian hosts to €800 in response to accommodation crisis
Increase to €400 payment for housing Ukrainians 'on the table' as leaders set to meet Monday
O'Gorman 'can't rule out' refugees sleeping on streets as Citywest closes to new arrivals
Citywest closes to new arrivals after reaching capacity, refugees may need to overnight in airport
'It's amazing': Ukrainians thank public for support after U-turn on hotel transfer
Refugee Council warns of ‘grievous’ risk to minors and women in 'deteriorating' accommodation
Coveney approves €2 million funding to UN for Palestinian refugees
201 asylum seekers left without accommodation in Ireland due to 'lack of availability'
Greece blocked over 150,000 migrants this year says migration minister
€2.9m paid out to people housing Ukrainian refugees who applied for €400 monthly payment
Amsterdam to house migrants on cruise ship moored in port
Four in five Ukrainian arrivals to Ireland are women and children
Thousands of refugees may be forced back to hotels after students return
3,000 Ukrainians will have to leave student accommodation by the end of the month
Language barrier and mental health ‘key concerns’ for Syrian refugees settled in Ireland
Tom Clonan: Time is running out for Putin in Ukraine and this makes him dangerous
Tom Clonan
Explainer: Why has the govt suspended visa-free travel from 'safe' countries for refugees?
Visa-free travel for some refugees suspended over fears of 'abuse' of system - Ukrainians not affected
About 150 refugees to arrive to 16-per-tent Defence Forces marquees in Gormanston tomorrow
Government aims to stop refugees staying 'more than one night' in airport before relocation
Gormanston tent camp for refugees to open on Monday due to accommodation shortage
Eight sites identified for modular homes to house Ukrainian refugees
Ireland could develop two-tier treatment of asylum seekers, Refugee Council warns
UK judge allows government to send asylum seekers to Rwanda
Grants up to €100,000 available to organisations helping Ukrainians in Ireland
Opinion: Preferential treatment of white European war victims is a lamentable reality
Dean Van Nguyen
€10.5 million allocated to community groups supporting refugees from Ukraine
Cabinet approves two-year lease on Citywest Hotel to accommodate Ukrainian refugees
UK sets mid-June date for first flight of asylum seekers to Rwanda despite legal threats
FactCheck: Were refugees and asylum seekers segregated by race in a Dublin processing centre?
War in Ukraine pushes number of people forcibly displaced globally to 100 million
Up to €14,000 can be earned in rent by social welfare recipients under newly agreed rules
Families in Ireland hosting Ukrainian refugees to get €400-a-month but they must opt-in
Building earmarked for Ukrainian refugees illegally taken over by alleged Socialist/Republican group court told
Russia to cut electricity to Finland as tensions rise over Nato bid
Cabinet subcommittee approves €400 payment to households who host Ukrainian refugees
Opinion: Ukrainian refugees are vulnerable to trafficking and abuse - we must protect them
Mary Van Lieshout
No one wants to see Ukrainian families moved from hotels at short notice, says minister
'The saddest journey of my life': Asylum seekers on navigating Ireland's immigration process