About 12,000 migrants from around the Horn of Africa reach Yemen every month. They hope to get to Saudi Arabia, but if any of them do, is anyone's guess.
Is it possible to stop people from migrating by increasing financial aid to developing countries? Deutsche Welle research shows this may be effective in some cases. But aid money alone cannot stop major migration waves.
A new joint report takes a critical stance on the European Union's Khartoum Process and suggests it puts more migrants in harm's way, instead of limiting mass migration and combating issues of trafficking and smuggling.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is leading talks in the Gulf to try to resolve the crisis in Yemen. More pressure must be put on Saudi Arabia – and not only over Yemen, comments Kersten Knipp.
A new report says EU-Horn of Africa migration policy puts African migrants at risk. DW spoke with the report's co-author Lutz Oette about why the Khartoum Process is inherently flawed.
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