Anna Lekas Miller
Anna Lekas Miller is an independent journalist covering the social effects of U.S. foreign and national security policies. Follow her on Twitter @agoodcuppa.
Nowhere to Go: Refugees Fear Closure of Greek Camp That Has River of Sewage and 12-Hour Waits for Meals
Some believe that Greek authorities are deliberately neglecting the Moria camp — home to 9,000 refugees — to discourage others from coming to Europe.
Attacks on Kurds in a Greek Camp Raise Fears That Conflict in Syria Has Followed Refugees Abroad
Some 7,000 refugees are trapped in a camp on Lesbos, where harsh conditions create tensions that are ripe for exploitation by extremist factions.
The War on ImmigrantsThe Terminal: This Syrian Refugee Has Been Marooned in an Airport for a Month, With No End in Sight
His nation at war, Hassan Al Kontar is stuck in a Malaysian airport with a temporary passport and no visa. He fears arrest if he goes to Syria.
In Iraqi Kurdistan, Voting on Independence and Bracing for Violence
An independence referendum will be held in the Kurdish areas of Iraq on Monday amid concerns about instability and violence.