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Outrage at UK plan to fly asylum-seekers to Rwanda
The UK's plan to fly asylum-seekers to Rwanda has sparked outraged, while the government has said it is necessary to stop "people smugglers."
How is life back home for the Lithuanians who left the UK post-Brexit?
For some, it's all smiles, but others are struggling to adapt to life back home.
Watch: How the EU will use an untested law to support Ukraine refugees
The Temporary Protection Directive will mean no restrictions on Ukrainians working or getting their children into school.
'Europe has learned from 2015', EU migration chief says
The migrant crisis seven years ago emboldened the far right and changed the face of European politics. This time, it will be different, says Ylva Johansson.
EU agrees to trigger never-before-used law to host Ukrainian refugees
More than one million Ukrainians have fled the country since the invasion began one week ago, with the vast majority arriving at neighbouring EU countries.
Brussels accused of 'weakening asylum rights' to manage Belarus crisis
The European Commission is facing backlash after it proposed to give Poland, Latvia and Lithuania more flexibility to process asylum applications.
EU urged to stand firm against 'desperate and illegitimate' Belarus
A surge of migrants attempting to cross into Poland from Belarus has brought international condemnation and threats of more sanctions against Lukashenko's regime.
EU summit: No major breakthrough in energy crunch and Polish row
The European Council rejected a push from Eastern countries to build fences under EU funding to prevent the arrival of new migrants.
UN chief 'asked EU states to take in more than 40,000 Afghan refugees'
It came as the European Commission hosted a high-level forum about the resettlement of Afghan refugees.
EU suspends visas for Belarusian officials amid migrants row
Brussels believes the Lukashenko regime is sending migrants towards the EU's eastern border in order to destabilise the bloc and sow chaos.
EU system for deporting migrants 'encourages illegal migration'
Instead of deterring illegal migrants, the EU system actually encourages people to attempt the journey to Europe, says an EU auditors report.
EU agrees to rely on Afghanistan's neighbours to avoid migrant crisis
The EU is keen to avoid a repeat of the 2015 migration crisis when more than one million migrants arrived at the bloc's external borders.
'EU must intervene before Afghan refugees arrive at external borders'
Ylva Johansson said the European Union must support countries neighbouring Afghanistan to help them host displaced people fleeing the Taliban rule.
Belarus migration is 'act of aggression towards EU', says Johansson
"Member states are in a position to decide how they protect their external borders and they are the best ones to assess how to do that," Johansson added.
Could the EU use an old, obscure law to manage a new refugee influx?
Yes, but whether it would get any support in European capitals is another matter.
EU states should 'take in people in immediate danger' in Afghanistan
EU Commissioner Ylva Johansson says Europe should prevent unsafe smuggling routes but 'we cannot abandon people in immediate danger'.
Lithuania takes a tougher line on the migrant influx from Belarus
Lithuania has struggled with a flow of migrants from the Middle East and Africa, a huge influx that the Baltic country has blamed on Minsk as part of a "hybrid war" against the EU.
How Frontex became the most contentious EU agency
The EU's external border agency is facing the most serious crisis of confidence in its history just as it prepares to expand its mandate, budget and personnel.
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Europe's week: Brexit returns and Orban announces anti-LGBT referendum
The Commission also released its annual report on the rule of law across the EU, with Hungary, Poland and Slovenia in starring roles.
Migrant deaths on sea routes to Europe more than double, says UN
Restrictions on humanitarian vessels combined with the absence of government-led search and rescue operations were among the main factors behind the spike, according to the International Organisation for Migration.
Hundreds of rescued migrants disembark in southern Italy
Hundreds of rescued migrants have disembarked in southern Italy after the rescue ship Ocean Viking warned of a food shortage onboard.
Nine months after fire, work still not started at Greek migrant camp
The redevelopment of Moria camp was supposed to have been finished by now.
Europe 'must tackle criminals that encourage illegal migration'
The EU is currently working on a deal with Tunisia to offer economic help in order to stop migrants coming illegally into Europe.
Is Morocco using migration as a bargaining chip against the EU?
A heavy influx of 8,000 migrants in Spain last week came following the hospitalisation of Ghali in the country, a move that angered Morocco.
EU leadership 'crucial' in dealing with migration, says UN chief
European Union leadership is key if migration into the bloc is to be dealt with effectively, according to the United Nations' refugee chief.
Italy, Malta & Libya slow to react to deadly shipwreck, analysis finds
An analysis of logs and emails show that Italian, Maltese and Libyan authorities responded slowly, insufficiently, or not at all to migrants' pleas for help at sea in a deadly April shipwreck.