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France and Germany have laid the groundwork for a European defence plan at an informal meeting of defence ministers in Bratislava.
The 348-million euro programme is part of the deal aimed at curbing the number of refugees coming to Europe.
The French president has met with local politicians and officials in Calais to ease concerns about the town’s so-called Jungle migrant camp.
Hungary is holding a referendum over the EU’s controversial refugee quotas on Sunday, October 2.
President Francois Hollande has gone to Calais, vowing to completely dismantle the so-called ‘jungle’ migrant camp there before winter.
European leaders from countries along the Balkan migrant route have gathered in Vienna with the aim of pushing other EU member states to take faster action over the migration…
The so-called Balkan migration route has been the focus of attention at a summit in Vienna of leaders from affected countries.
Rescuers in Egypt have pulled more bodies from the sea, two days after a boat sank as it carried migrants towards Europe.
At least 43 people have been killed and scores more are missing after a boat carrying almost 600 migrants capsized off the coast of Egypt.
Greece is under pressure to care for a tide of unaccompanied refugee children from babies to teenagers arriving on its shores.
Police in Paris have evacuated a camp holding around 1,500 migrants who have been living on the streets of the French capital for weeks.
A demonstration against the Greek government’s handling of the migrant crisis turned violent on the island of Chios on Wednesday night (September 14).
About 80 Germans have clashed with a group of 20 asylum seekers in the eastern town of Bautsen.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel was in Paris to meet the French President to swap notes ahead of the Bratislava summit of EU leaders, minus Britain on Friday.
The head of the European Commission gave his first so-called State of the Union speech in September last year.
Some 3,000 migrants have been rescued in the Mediterranean over the weekend.
Many Afghan nationals worked with the international forces in Kabul and elsewhere following the September 11 attacks in New York.
Angela Merkel has staunchly defended her policy towards migrants in a speech to the Bundestag.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a daily roundup of the top stories across Europe.
Some of the protesters who came to block the motorway approaches to Calais on Monday have vowed to stay and fight on until the migrant camp there dubbed the “jungle” is…
French authorities plan to dismantle the so-called Calais Jungle camp – home to thousands of migrants fleeing war or poverty in the Middle East, Africa and Asia.
Exclusive: Hundreds of children have continued to drown and die at sea in the year since Syrian youngster Alan Kurdi was photographed washed up on a Turkish beach, Euronews can…
A period of good weather has led to an increase in the number of migrants attempting make the journey to Europe from the north-African coast
A Norwegian ship arrives at the Italian port of Cagliari, carrying 1,100 rescued migrants.
Around 3,000 migrants were rescued in the Strait of Sicily on Tuesday, in 30 separate missions.
Calais’s squalid migrant centre is at the heart of talks between the French and British Interior Ministers, but the problem goes way beyond the camp and has now lasted for nearly 20…
More than 6,000 migrants and refugees, mostly from Eritrea, were rescued on Monday from the Mediterranean Sea by members of two NGOs and the Italian navy.