Home News Deportation of Africans to regional states illegal Sunday April 1 2018 African asylum seekers protest in Tel Aviv, Israel, on January 7, 2014. Amnesty International terms deals between “third countries” and Israel illegal and against right for refugee status. PHOTO | AFP In Summary Amnesty International warns that the deportation of African migrants to Rwanda or Uganda would not meet international law requirements.The human-rights watchdog warns that the agreements between “third countries” and Israel are illegal in nature as they go against the right for refugee status.Rwanda has said it is willing to accept refugees deported from Israel, but only if the process meets international law requirements. Advertisement By The EastAfrican More by this Author Advertisement In the headlines Angola President Lourenco skips national day to meet the Pope President Joao Lourenco left Angola as the country marked its 44th Independence Day Uganda Airlines makes maiden flight to Mombasa The carrier is banking on the route to help boost trade and tourism. Rwanda bans 7 Kenyan peanut butter brands Tanzania drops plan to bar candidates in elections Pope wants to visit Juba next year, urges unity govt The $100.3 billion East Africa debt crisis $400m Eurobond repayment expected to test Rwanda’s limits Can EAC capital markets learn from SADC model?