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By Roberto Malini
Co-founder, EveryOne Group, Italy

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Michael Bahre, the Eritrean refugee is free, but he must leave Sweden
By Roberto Malini
Rome / Stockholm - After the humanitarian campaign against the deportation of the Eritrean refugee Michael Bahre, carried out by EveryOne, ICER and other NGOs, the Swedish authorities have suspended Mr. Bahre’s forced return to Eritrea. On January 27, Michael's family and our organization received the long-awaited news: "Michael has been released and he is already en route to Stockholm, where he will join his loved ones".

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Gay Refugees in the U.S.: Becley Aigbuza risks deportation
By Roberto Malini
Rome / San Diego - LGBT refugees in the U.S.: Becley Aigbuza, a young Nigerian homosexual who lives in San Diego, risks being deported back to his homeland where he was raped and tortured. EveryOne Group is appealing to the President of the United States, Barack Obama, the Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, and the Governor of California, Edmund Brown Jr. (Full Story)

The activist Hamdy al-Azazy decisive for the liberation of 180 Eritreans in the Sinai
By Roberto Malini
Arish - We have received important news from Hamdy Al-Azazy, the extraordinary Egyptian human rights defender, President of the New Generation Foundation for Human Rights, who has prevented many humanitarian tragedies in Northern Sinai. (Full Story)

Israel. The Knesset approves an illegal migrants' bill. A law that flies in the face of the Geneva Convention on Refugees
By Roberto Malini
Rome - The illegal migrants' bill approved in Israel is a total violation of the Geneva Convention on refugees, as it transforms them into criminals. (Full Story)

Open letter. On the smuggling of migrants and human organs in the Sinai (Egypt)
By Roberto Malini
An appeal to the governments of the Republic of Egypt, the Palestinian territories, the United Nations, the International Criminal Court, the authorities of Israel, Sudan, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Libya, Tunisia, and those of Dubai, Saudi Arabia, the European Union and countries outside Europe where there are links with the criminal trade underway in Northern Sinai. (Full Story)

Human Trafficking: a desperate appeal from the Sinai
By Roberto Malini
Rome - The New Year starts with a desperate plea that Everyone Group is passing on to the United Nations, the institutions of the European Union, the Egyptian authorities and the Palestinian territories (where the leaders of the trafficking in human beings and organs reside (Full Story)

Oslo's High Court Turns down Gay man's application for Asylum
By Roberto Malini
Rome -  The High Court of Oslo has turned down the application for political asylum presented by Azad Assan Rasol, a 33 year old Iraqi gay man who lives in Norway with his partner.  (Full Story)

Sinai. Campaign against slave trade obtains release of 32 more refugees
By Roberto Malini
Hundreds of sub-Saharan refugees have been released by the smugglers and allowed to reach Israel following the campaign against the smuggling of migrants and human organs in the Sinai.  (Full Story)

Sana'a. Airline official to deport Eritrean refugees stranded in airport
By Roberto Malini
Rome/Sana'a - An airline official is arbitrarily trying to deport four Eritrean refugees who were stranded in the airport for a month. This is the first time Yemen has deported asylum seekers against their will. (Full Story)

Italy and Libya Sign a New Anti-immigration Pact. Civil Society Warns Against a Breach of the Geneva Convention
By Roberto Malini
Rome - The Italian Government today renewed - on the quiet, and without any media coverage - the infamous friendship treaty between Italy and Libya, with the same form of cooperation in combating illegal immigration that was part of the previous treaty signed by Berlusconi and Gaddafi back in 2008 . (Full Story)

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