News That Moves - Mediterranean Rumor Tracker

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Rumor Tracker Legal Issue - #54 - English 

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The Mediterranean rumor tracker is a project that collects all of the rumors among refugees passing through Europe. By identifying misinformation and hearsay and responding to it with relevant, factual information, NewsThatMoves aims to keep the refugee population at the forefront of our communication response.

The rumor tracker is a project of Internews, Translators without Borders and Action Aid. 

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Special Legal Edition Issue #54: On January 30, 2017, with the help of Translators Without Borders, we bring you a special edition of Rumours where we answer the questions and rumours that are most confusing to refugees about moving on with the asylum process:

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