Among those returned thus far, the vast majority have been nonSyrians and mainly constitute Pakistani nationals (45%). Other nationalities represented among returnees include Afghans,
Bangladeshis, Algerians and Iranians.
At least, 45% of those express no will to apply for asylum and/or withdrew their will to apply for asylum in Greece.
In total, 193 Syrians (16% of the total number of returnees) have been returned to Turkey to date and none have been returned on the basis that their claim was found inadmissible.
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Total arrivals in Greece (Jan - June 2017): 8,594
Total arrivals in Greece during Jun 2017: 1,320
Average daily arrivals during Jun 2017: 60
Average daily arrivals during May 2017: 68
Daily estimated departures from islands to Mainland: 61
Estimated departures from islands to Mainland during June 2017:1.040
Mandalay earthquake scenario covers 13 townships: Aungmyaytharzan, Chanayetharzan, Mahaaungmye, Chanmyatharzi, Pyigyitagon, Amarapura, Patheingyi, Singu, Mogoke, Thabeikkyin, Tada-U, Nyaung-U.
This document summarises key baseline data for these townships. The document is intended to inform decision making early in the onset of an emergency and to be used in conjunction with expert knowledge and the latest primary and secondary data sources.
This document provides an overview of the logistics services to be made available through the Logistics Sector, how humanitarian actors responding to the crisis in Nigeria may access these services, and the conditions under which these services are to be provided.
In Gaalckacyo, Mudug region, severe drought conditions have become the primary reason for migration into urban and peri-urban areas. Localised clan-related insecurity continues in Gaalckacyo, however, FSNAU reports indicate that alongside severe drought conditions there has been a decrease in major inter-clan incidents (FSNAU, May 29th, 2017). While IDP communities consider drought, insecurity, and evictions as contributing factors to displacement, 70% of the IDP communities assessed considered drought as the primary factor leading to their displacement.