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Migrants: the long journey

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Migrants heckle EU commissioner in Idomeni

10,000 are stranded on the border separating Greece from the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.

10,000 are stranded on the border separating Greece from the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.

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Protests at Idomeni as Greece plans to relocate stranded refugees

Compared to the chaotic scenes Idomeni has witnessed recently, one operation to distribute items to refugees on Saturday unfolded in a relatively

Compared to the chaotic scenes Idomeni has witnessed recently, one operation to distribute items to refugees on Saturday unfolded in a relatively

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Refugee crisis: a Nobel Peace Prize for the "Heroes of the Aegean"?

The people of the eastern Aegean islands have seen their lives change dramatically over the last 12 months. An unprecedented wave of refugees, many

The people of the eastern Aegean islands have seen their lives change dramatically over the last 12 months. An unprecedented wave of refugees, many

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Calais 'jungle' migrant camp is 'bad for business' say locals

Calais residents and local business people have called on the authorities to “ clean up” the refugee camp on their doorstep. Hundreds marched through

Calais residents and local business people have called on the authorities to “ clean up” the refugee camp on their doorstep. Hundreds marched through

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Migrant crisis confusion: how many are entering the EU?

Europe’s border agency is facing criticism, after admitting that it has doubled-counted migrants entering the EU this year. It released data claiming

Europe’s border agency is facing criticism, after admitting that it has doubled-counted migrants entering the EU this year. It released data claiming

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Lesbos feels the strain of refugees and fears they are here to stay

On the Greek island of Lesbos the refugees just keep coming, yet despite the fact there is a constant flow out to other European destinations, there

On the Greek island of Lesbos the refugees just keep coming, yet despite the fact there is a constant flow out to other European destinations, there

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Gateway to Europe: Why Turkey isn't stopping the migrants

Euronews’ correspondent Bora Bayraktar has visited the Turkish coast to find out why the authorities are not stopping migrants from streaming across

Euronews’ correspondent Bora Bayraktar has visited the Turkish coast to find out why the authorities are not stopping migrants from streaming across

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The Hotspot Approach: The answer to Europe's migrant crisis?

“Hotspots are a part of the solution, not the solution itself.” So says Italy’s Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, commenting on one of the European

“Hotspots are a part of the solution, not the solution itself.” So says Italy’s Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, commenting on one of the European

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Which European countries offer the most social benefits to migrants?

People seeking refugee status in European countries are generally entitled to food, or money to buy it, plus shelter and medical attention, schooling

People seeking refugee status in European countries are generally entitled to food, or money to buy it, plus shelter and medical attention, schooling

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Migrant crisis: Your questions to euronews' journalists

Following our reports into the Long Journey undertaken by migrants from the Greek islands through to Hungary, the journalists who cover the region

Following our reports into the Long Journey undertaken by migrants from the Greek islands through to Hungary, the journalists who cover the region

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Belgrade's Bristol Park

Serbia is one of the main stopping points for Syrian refugees looking to reach northern Europe. A makeshift camp has sprung up in Belgrade’s Bristol

Serbia is one of the main stopping points for Syrian refugees looking to reach northern Europe. A makeshift camp has sprung up in Belgrade’s Bristol

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Fortress Hungary: The Long Journey Part 6

Hungary is exacerbating the problem of people-smuggling with its barrier aimed at preventing the flow of migrants and refugees into the country, the

Hungary is exacerbating the problem of people-smuggling with its barrier aimed at preventing the flow of migrants and refugees into the country, the

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Top EU migration official insists policy revision imperative

With Europe facing a migration crisis, we talk to Dimitris Avramopoulos, Greece’s European Commissioner for Migration, Home Affairs and Citizenship

With Europe facing a migration crisis, we talk to Dimitris Avramopoulos, Greece’s European Commissioner for Migration, Home Affairs and Citizenship

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Welcome to Europe: The Long Journey, part 5

In part five of euronews’ special reports, James Franey travels to the Serbia-Hungary border, where a fence is being built in an attempt to deter the

In part five of euronews’ special reports, James Franey travels to the Serbia-Hungary border, where a fence is being built in an attempt to deter the

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Heading north: The Long Journey Part 3

The UN refugee agency (UNHCR) is expecting 3,000 people a day to cross into the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. The Macedonian government came

The UN refugee agency (UNHCR) is expecting 3,000 people a day to cross into the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. The Macedonian government came

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'They just look and take photos': The Long Journey, part 2

For the second time in two days, the ferry ‘Venizelos’ docks in Piraeus port, Athens, carrying some 2,000 migrants from the island of Lesbos, most of

For the second time in two days, the ferry ‘Venizelos’ docks in Piraeus port, Athens, carrying some 2,000 migrants from the island of Lesbos, most of

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They arrive by their hundreds: The Long Journey, part 1

Jubilant upon arrival, hundreds of migrants per day reach the Greek island of Lesbos and, more importantly for many, the European Union. Traffickers

Jubilant upon arrival, hundreds of migrants per day reach the Greek island of Lesbos and, more importantly for many, the European Union. Traffickers