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22 Jan 2019

Deze COI Focus beschrijft het conflict in de Two Areas in het zuiden van Soedan en analyseert de veiligheidssituatie in deze deelstaten in het licht van de ontwikkelingen sinds 2016. Daarnaast onderzoekt dit document de situatie in Khartoem van personen afkomstig uit de Two Areas, in het bijzonder (maar niet uitsluitend) leden van de etnische Nuba-gemeenschap. Het onderzoek werd afgesloten op 1 december 2018.

10 Dec 2018

In a country focus report, EASO aims to provide information focusing on selected topics of particular relevance for international protection status determination (refugee status and subsidiary protection), in this case for Malian applicants. It is not meant to be a general description of the human rights situation in the country, nor a comprehensive overview of all topics at stake in international protection status determination.

This report is divided into three main chapters: the first provides general background information on topics like geography, population, religion or political history, and includes an overview of the main actors in the crisis in northern Mali, as well as an overview of the current political situation in the country. The second chapter describes Mali’s state structure, including its administration, judiciary, and security forces. The last chapter is dedicated to the country’s security situation in the southern regions, namely Kayes, Koulikoro, Ségou and Sikasso.

26 Nov 2018

This report provides information on elements and indicators that may help in assessing the need for international protection of Nigerian applicants.

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Lebanon

07 August 2018

Au Liban, le pouvoir est partagé selon des quotas confessionnels, d’où un système politique fortement polarisé, enclin aux conflits et à l’ingérence étrangère. Le Liban est un pays qui connaît un État faible et un fragile équilibre confessionnel. La prolifération des armes et la présence de milices armées entraînent un risque de sécurité pour les civils libanais, d’après le Conseil de sécurité de l’ONU. Le pays a subi les contrecoups de la guerre civile en Syrie, qui a accentué la polarisation de la vie politique, suscité une crise massive de l’asile et aggravé les tensions confessionnelles.

08 January 2018

Au Liban, le pouvoir est partagé selon des quotas confessionnels, d’où un système politique fortement polarisé, enclin aux conflits et à l’ingérence étrangère. Le Liban est un pays qui connaît un Etat faible et un fragile équilibre confessionnel.

Libya

19 December 2014

This report is a result of a cooperation project between the Office of the Commissioner General for Refugees and Stateless Persons (CGRS) in Belgium, the Country of Origin Information Unit of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Netherlands, the Office for Country Information and Language Analysis (OCILA) of the Ministry of Security and Justice in the Netherlands, Landinfo in Norway and Lifos in Sweden.

19 December 2014

This report is a result of a cooperation project between the Office of the Commissioner General for Refugees and Stateless Persons (CGRS) in Belgium, the Country of Origin Information Unit of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Netherlands, the Office for Country Information and Language Analysis (OCILA) of the Ministry of Security and Justice in the Netherlands, Landinfo in Norway and Lifos in Sweden.

19 December 2014

This report is a result of a cooperation project between the Office of the Commissioner General for Refugees and Stateless Persons (CGRS) in Belgium, the Country of Origin Information Unit of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Netherlands, the Office for Country Information and Language Analysis (OCILA) of the Ministry of Security and Justice in the Netherlands, Landinfo in Norway and Lifos in Sweden.

19 December 2014

This report is a result of a cooperation project between the Office of the Commissioner General for Refugees and Stateless Persons (CGRS) in Belgium, the Country of Origin Information Unit of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Netherlands, the Office for Country Information and Language Analysis (OCILA) of the Ministry of Security and Justice in the Netherlands, Landinfo in Norway and Lifos in Sweden.

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