"If the bill on Supreme Court is passed, the coffin called rule of law will be shut definitely"
Ex-head, Poland's Constitutional Tribunal
""In the book of life every page has two sides: we human beings fill the upper side with our plans, hopes and wishes, but providence writes on the other side, and what it ordains is seldom our goal." Nizami Ganjavi"
"We laugh with Ariodante, we suffer, we cry with Ariodante."
"You have to become Superman, in the sense that you have to fly, literally."
"My parents got me out of bed in the middle of night to go and watch the landing"
Franck de Winne
Head of the European Astronaut Centre
"Our discovery reveals how small stars can be."
Master's Student, University of Cambridge
"MEPs don’t feel that they are doing anything which their constituents would care about."
Ex-UK parliament administrator
"All of us [...] must make sure that the local people are aware of [...] the partnership with the Chinese and they must benefit from every inch of what the Chinese people are bringing."
Tough immigrations policies in the UK led some citizens and their foreign partners to live elsewhere in the EU - but now their future is unclear
Donald Trump says Supreme Court decision is a 'victory for national security', but Civil Liberties experts disagree
A timeline of US President Donald Trump’s controversial travel ban
The court also said it would partly allow a 120-day ban on all refugees to go into effect
This is the Brief from Brussels, a daily roundup of the top stories from the EU’s de facto political capital.
In 2015 the European Council agreed to grant asylum to a total of 120,759 refugees before the 26th of September 2017. This deadline is fast
The EU has launched a legal case against Hungary, the Czech Republic and Poland over their tough stance on taking in asylum seekers.
German NGO Sea-Watch recorded the rescue operation
A record 2,865 British citizens were naturalised in Germany in 2016, up from just 622 the previous year.
A US federal appeals court found Donald Trump's travel ban violated immigration law and lacked justification.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a daily roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
Anti-vaccine activists in Italy are so upset by the country’s drive to get more children immunised they are set to apply for asylum in Austria.
Every day at 5 am Florian-Petrus Cretu gets up to sell Folk er Folk, a street magazine, in the streets of Oslo.
The #sickofwaiting says refugees have limited food, shelter and medical supplies
Texas is attempting to rid the state of cities offering immigrants sanctuary, but hundreds have gathered in Austin to protest.
Thirty-one migrants, many of them toddlers, drowned after a migrant boat capsized off the coast of Libya.
EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini says the bloc is changing its attitude towards Africa after the massive increases in migration in the past few years.
European Union foreign ministers meeting in Brussels on Monday are focusing on events in Africa as part of a general discussion this week on the bloc’s defence and security…
Some 300 sub-Saharan African migrants stormed the razor-wire fence between Morocco and the Spanish enclave of Melilla on Tuesday.
An opinion piece from Amsterdam's Mayor, Eberhard van der Laan, on the city's pioneering integration of immigrants