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Croatia's big day: Balkan nation adopts euro and joins Schengen zone
Croatia has officially adopted the euro as its currency and entered the borderless Schengen zone
Bulgaria rejects media reports of migrant shooting at Turkish border
Allegations have emerged that a Syrian asylum seeker was fired on by Bulgarian border authorities in October.
Everything you need to know about the EU's new EES and ETIAS visas
The EES is set to be operational in May 2023 but several EU countries have said they are unlikely to be ready.
Bulgarian police officer shot dead near southern border with Turkey
The shooter is still on the run.
Poland begins building new wall along border with Russia’s Kaliningrad
Warsaw said the move comes after Moscow recently launched flights from the Middle East and North Africa to Kaliningrad.
Finland's PM says there's cross-party support for Russia border fence
The proposal for border fencing along part of Finland's 1,340-kilometre border with Russia has gained traction since Putin's invasion of Ukraine, amid concern over cross-border migration.
ESTA: How to beat long waits for US visitor visas
The difference between US visitor visas and ESTAs explained.
Finland passes a new law to boost border security with Russia
Currently, Finland's border with Russia is only secured by light wooden fences, mainly installed to prevent cattle from grazing on the wrong side.
Belarus abolishes visa requirements for Polish citizens for six months
Minsk says the decision aims to foster "good neighbourly" relations amid heightened tensions.
Poland completes 186-kilometre border wall with Belarus
The EU has accused Belarus of waging "hybrid warfare" by pushing migrants towards the bloc's borders in an attempt to destabilise it.
Japan reopens to international tourists with strict rules
After two years of locked borders, Japan is reopening to small groups of 'test tourists' on chaperoned package tours.
EU gives fresh push to stalled migration pact
EU home affairs ministers achieved "major progress" in the negotiations around a long-stalled pact on migration and asylum.
Migrants caravan continues its journey to the US border
A caravan of 4,000 to 5,000 migrants crossed southern Mexico on Tuesday in search of a visa to enter the United States.
Spain-Morocco land borders reopen for the first time in two years
The European Union's only land border with Africa had been closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and a diplomatic crisis between Madrid and Rabat.
Watch: Why Austria border curbs with Hungary and Slovenia break EU law
The European court says Austria's long-standing checks with Hungary and Slovenia violate Schengen Area rules.
Only 2% of people in UK quarantine hotels tested positive - watchdog
A new report from Parliament’s watchdog has found that the UK’s travel restrictions were costly, confusing and not demonstrably successful.
Migrants clash with police at roadblocks in Mexico
A group of migrants, most of them Central Americans, clashes with the Mexican National Guard on the southern border of Mexico, and are detained by immigration authorities, while the United States announces lifting pandemic border expulsion policy in May.
EU citizens to face stricter border rules in Ireland after UK vote
New travel rules mean non-Irish EU citizens will have to apply to travel across the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Ukrainian refugees board buses and trains to European destinations
Refugees board buses and trains in the Polish border city of Przemysl en route to other European destinations. Through tears, a refugee tells: "When I go to sleep I don’t know if I will wake up or not."
Travel bans and vaccination proof no longer needed, advises WHO
The World Health Organisation has made a new statement about the future of international travel bans.