This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
The rape and murder of a 19-year-old German student has raised concerns over a possible anti-refugee backlash.
Protesters have rallied outside the Australian parliament for a second consecutive day.
Bulgarian authorities say one of the organisers of this week’s riots at a refugee shelter belongs to a ‘radical cell’.
Populism has a negative impact on the long term economic outlook of Europe and Central Asia but short term growth is expected to accelerate in the region – according to a new report from the World…
Despite a referendum deemed invalid and losing parliamentary vote on his anti-migrant policies, Viktor Orbam continues to speak his mind on the matter.
It is the second time the camp on the Greek island of Chios has been targeted. Rocks and petrol bombs were hurled at a makeshift camp for refugees and migrants.
Boštjan Vasle, Director of IMAD in Slovenia explains to Guillaume Desjardins that the country’s Healthcare review has found, immigration is key to ensuring future healthcare with qualified medical per
The US president-elect vows to deport or jail millions of illegal migrants in a TV interview
They have left Belgrade and are heading for Croatia, demanding that the EU opens its doors to them and gives them free and secure passage towards Western Europe.
Along with the Mexican Peso, political correctness and pantsuit sales, the Canadian immigration website was a casualty of Donald Trump’s election win.
More than 800 migrants have been brought ashore at Catania port in Eastern Sicily after being rescued in the Mediterranean Sea.
Greece's Migration Minister has denounced the Visegrad Four for 'refusing to participate' in the relocation of migrant minors.
Families, women, and unaccompanied female minors were among the last few hundred residents to leave the migrant camp.
With Europe’s migrant crisis having sparked a shutdown of borders, thousands of people fleeing conflict and poverty have been left stranded in Greece.
Two shipwrecks off the coast of Libya have claimed the lives of at least 239 migrants.
The human rights group says migrants have been subjected to 'appalling' ill-treatment by Italian police because of the EU's refugees policy.
French authorities have begun to move about 1,500 unaccompanied underage migrants from the site of the demolished Calais refugee camp.
How do refugees make the transition from fleeing their home countries to becoming economic assets to their new host countries, such as Germany, that provide safe haven?
Real Economy’s anchor, Maithreyi Seetharaman spoke to @ian_goldin, Author of The Age of Discovery about the economic impact of refugees.
Italy’s Matteo Renzi has heavily criticised Europe’s handling of the migrant crisis during a huge referendum rally in Rome.