There are 92,000 children in Kakuma refugee camp, which is one of the biggest in the world.
The road to safety in Syria from ISIL-held Iraq can be long and dangerous, and the ordeal does not always end at the border.
Disabled refugees and migrants in Greece are struggling to get access to toilets, showers, shelter and medical care, it’s been claimed.
The campaign group is sounding the alarm over "dangerously disproportionate" security measures adopted in 14 EU nations over the past two years.
There are some new alarming figures about the worsening refugee crisis in the north of Nigeria and neighbouring countries.
Fears are growing for thousands of refugees stuck with next to no shelter in sub-zero temperatures.
Refugees are being forced to live in freezing, snow-covered camps in Greece because EU states have failed to take in their share of asylum seekers, it’s been…
As a big freeze grips Europe, the plight of refugees has become increasingly desperate.
Cédric Herrou faces an eight-month suspended sentence and driving restrictions for the aid he has given to African migrants.
While Sweden’s employment rates are some of the highest in Europe, Ylva Johansson, Minister for Employment and Integration, says to mitigate the risk of it rising due to an influx of refugees, the co
The chief of police in the German city of Cologne has dismissed claims of racial profiling after hundreds of North African men were detained during New Year…
Hundreds of Iraqis who fled their homes in Mosul wait to be sent to camps where they hope to find shelter, food, clean water and, since its winter, warmth.
Euronews Insiders visits people we met a year ago: a Syrian family now living in Germany, and an Iraqi man who fled Iraq for Sweden. Let's see how their lives have changed.
The Swedish ski resort of Riksgränsen opened its doors to refugees in 2015 – a temporary solution for the country’s government overwhelmed by the arrival of 164,000 refugees in just a few…
Kawa and Emina fled their home-town of Kobane when ISIL captured hundreds of Kurdish villages in northern Syria.
Mohamed Swayib is the Head of DCIM, the department in charge of combatting illegal immigration in Libya. In an interview with Valérie Gauriat, he blames the international community for not implementi
*Video available in Arabic only “We are slaves to the weather, our small boats can’t move easily if the sea is rough, and when the sea is not calm we are…
They were found in a serious condition, dehydrated and apparently had not eaten for five days.
Nearly 40 Afghan men have arrived in Kabul on a flight from Frankfurt after being deported from Germany.
An immigrant accused of raping and murdering a German student is the same man who was convicted of a separate attack in Greece.
The Italian Coast Guard rescued 192 migrants in the Mediterranean Sea on Sunday (11/12), also recovering six bodies during the operation.
The Sicilian court is expected to deliver its verdict on captain Ali Malek on Tuesday. Just 28 of the 800 migrants survived when the fishing boat sunk in April 2015.