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How has the result of the European election affected Italy and Germany
Months after the European Elections, we’re back to talk about its main takeaways, namely gains for the greens and the strengthening of anti-immigrant far-right parties. We bring you two reports on Insiders Unreported Europe – Euronews’ current affairs magazine. One from Italy and one from Germany.
Lampedusa divided over migrants
Lampedusa, one of the centres of the migrant crisis, is divided in opinion. A doctor has been helping, he says, around 300,000 people for the last 30 years, as they dock on the island's shores. Others, who support Matteo Salvini’s League Party, want better jobs and more help from the government.
Why did Sea-Watch 3 decide to enter Italian waters?
Those on board tell Euronews that "the real solution to the problem is to have safe and legal passage for anyone fleeing and looking for safe harbour.”
Watch again: Defying Rome, migrant rescue ship enters Italian waters
Watch again: Defying Rome, migrant rescue ship Sea-Watch 3 enters Italian waters
Eight migrants drown at sea off the coast of Turkey
Eight migrants drown at sea off the coast of Turkey after boat overturns
Italy lets 10 stranded migrants disembark NGO ship but row deepens
The German maritime rescue NGO rescued the 53 migrants off the coast of Libya on Wednesday but has been unable to disembark them after Italy refused them entry with Salvini ordering law enforcement on Thursday to prevent the boat from entering Italian waters.
France intercepts boat with nine migrants on board in English Channel
One of the migrants was a minor suffering from mild hypothermia, French authorities said in a statement.
Libyan ambassador to the EU: Libya is seeking international guarantees
As the UN and the EU ask for a ceasefire in Libya, the national unity government asks for a strong signal from the International community
Migrants and Greeks in Samos share anger and despair
Samos is less than two kilometres away from the Turkish coast and it's one of several so-called "hotspots" for asylum seekers on the Greek islands of the north Aegean Sea.
Salvini uses dated photo of migrants sparking controversy | #TheCube
#TheCube | You may recognise this image from last summer when migrant rescue ship Aquarius saved over 140 people stranded at sea. It appears that Interior Minister of Italy, Salvini did not, however when sharing it this week on his Twitter account.
Conditions in Libyan detention camp 'indescribable', says detainee
As political tensions continue to rise outside the Libyan capital, The Cube hears the story of one migrant in a detention centre.
The Brief: Migrant camps in Greece, Tusk in Ukraine and CO2 emissions
In this edition: We speak to a Greek minister about a report from the Council of Europe on the conditions in Greece's migrant camps. Donald Tusk reassures Ukraine over Europe's stance and the EU seeks to reduce CO2 emissions from trucks and buses by 2030.
NGO ship with 47 migrants docks in Sicily ending a two-week standoff
The migrants will be sent to seven EU member states.
Meet the woman Calais migrants call ‘mum’
While her neighbours have built a wall so they don’t have to look at the migrants in Calais, Brigitte Lips welcomes them into her home.
'Western Balkan route' for migrants, refugees stuck at borders
Thousands of migrants are stranded in Bosnia and Herzegovina on the border with Croatia. As the winter closes in, the external border of the European Union is inching towards a humanitarian emergency. Around 21,000 migrants have taken this route seeking safe refuge in the EU.
Italian woman stands-up to anti-immigrant comments on metro | #TheCube
An Italian woman stood-up to a man shouting anti-immigrant comments on an Italian metro. A video of the confrontation has gone viral.
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State of the Union: Schnitzel, Brexit and migration
In this edition of State of the Union: EU leaders gather in Salzburg to tackle two of the biggest challenges facing the bloc right now: Brexit and
Brief from Brussels: Italy renews EU migrant plea
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: Italy hijacks foreign ministers meeting in Vienna to renew plea for EU help with migrant arrivals; and a
Italy renews migrant help plea at Vienna ministers meeting
"We write solidarity everywhere in Europe,,, it's a wonderful occasion to show it"
Training migrants for European jobs
That's the aim of a new pilot project by the International Organisation of Migration called Skills2work. Its hoped it'll bridge the gap between the working population and aging community within the EU
Modern slavery in the heart of Europe
No need to travel far from EU institutions to find out about migrant labour conditions.
Human trafficking in Brussels
With the Council of Europe saying labour exploitation is on the rise, migrant rights activists say many countries across Europe need to crack down on
A warning on pollution and concerns that Belgium is about to toughen its stance on immigration
Air pollution and Belgium's tough stance on immigration are in the headlines
Belgium's hard line on migrants
Belgium's hard line on migrants