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Resolution on Somalia-Eritrea Sanctions and AU Mission in Somalia

posted on THU 23 OCT 2014 6:34 PM
"...In addition it renews the mandate of the Somalia and Eritrea Monitoring Group (SEMG) until 30 November 2015 and requests submission of final reports on Somalia and Eritrea sanctions by 30 September 2015...."
Resolution on Somalia-Eritrea Sanctions and AU Mission in Somalia
Tomorrow (24 October), the Council is set to vote on a resolution on Somalia-Eritrea sanctions and the AU Mission in Somalia (AMISOM). A draft text was first circulated last Friday, followed by three expert-level meetings this week. At press time the draft resolution was expected to be put into blue this evening.
 

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Frank Gardner: Yemen at risk of civil war, says ambassador
By Frank Gardner BBC security correspondent 
The security situation in Yemen is deteriorating so badly the country is at risk of being torn apart by civil war. That is the warning given this week by Yemen's ambassador to the UK, Abdullah al-Radhi. Read More

Smoke rises from an area where Shia Houthi rebels are fighting against government forces in Sanaa - 21 September 2014
 

France sends police reinforcements to Calais after migrant clashes

Calais (France) (AFP) - France's interior minister said Thursday he had dispatched 100 extra police to the northern port of Calais where an influx of illegal migrants trying to get to Britain is causing more and more havoc. Read More

Running battles between African mobs, riot police with tear gas, a teenage girl killed chasing a truck to get to Britain... Just another day on the Calais front line | 

 

EASO Quarterly Asylum Report Quarter 2, 2014  European Asylum Support Office    Full Report

Key trends in focus 

Syria The number of Syrian applicants increased by 24 % compared to the previous quarter. With 22 595 persons recorded, Syrians exceeded by a large margin the next largest group of applicants from the six Western Balkan countries and set a new quarterly high since the Eurostat collection started in 2008.

Eritrea During Q2 2014, EU+ countries registered a 263 % increase in the number of applicants from Eritrea and reached a level never recorded before for this citizenship. As a result, Eritreans became the third largest group of applicants in the EU+, totalling 14 230 applicants for international protection or 11 % of the EU+ total.

Ukraine In Q2 2014, with 2 470 applicants, Ukrainians entered for the first time the top 20 citizenship of applicants in the EU+, ranking in 14th place. Applications by Ukrainian citizens were lodged throughout Europe

 

Spike in the number of Eritrean refugee arrivals

Northern Ethiopia continues to receive large numbers of Eritrean refugees, including unaccompanied minors. The number of daily refugee arrivals spiked since the first week of September. At present, more than 200 Eritreans cross the Ethiopian border each day.

The sudden spike in arrivals cause congestion at the reception centre. Unaccompanied minors and separated children are spending more than one week at the centre, adding to protection concerns. UNHCR and the Government refugee agency, ARRA, are trying to address this gap. Some 19,000 refugees were registered in 2014, including 1,836 in September and 1,700 in October. As of 16 October, Ethiopia hosted 104,343 Eritrean refugees.