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Dutch court bans government from returning asylum seekers to Italy
The Dutch administrative court ruled in the cases of two migrants who arrived in Italy and were seeking asylum in the Netherlands.
'Far-right extremists' could police Lithuanian border under new law
New legislation will allow volunteers to use force and help make arrests on Lithuania's border, sparking fears among activists.
The EU has to use its AI Act to draw a red line on racist surveillance
AI is increasingly used for heightened surveillance in the migration context. As the European Parliament prepares to vote on the AI Act, the lack of protections for migrants and racialised people is a glaring omission, Sarah Chander and Alyna Smith.
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Brussels my love? Historic climate laws approved in Strasbourg
In this edition of Brussels, my love, shot in the EU Parliament in Strasbourg, we take a look at the EU policy on climate, migration & the fate of Evan Gershkovich
Explore heritage, history and religion at the Islamic Art Biennale
Elise Morton recently returned from the world's first Islamic Art Biennale and discovered an exhibition divided into two experiences: Qiblah reflecting daily ritual of acts and faith, while Hijrah explores migration issues.
Why has Italy declared a state of emergency over migration?
The last time Italy resorted to this drastic measure was in 2011, before the European migration crisis.
First quarter of 2023 deadliest in Mediterrenean since 2017, says UN
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) documented 441 migrant deaths in the Central Mediterranean in the first three months of this year.
'Mass surveillance, extreme power': How tech shapes Europe's borders
The EU's frontier is starting to resemble a science fiction film, say experts.
'Extreme violence' triggers hunger strike at Greek detention centre
Strikers accuse authorities of denying inmates adequate food, hot water and medicine, while housing them in filthy cells infested with cockroaches.
The Brexit effect: Number of EU nationals in UK slumps
The proportion of EU-born short-term residents fell by 10% in 2021 compared to the previous decade, according to data published on Wednesday.
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Brussels, my love? Why EU governments are banning TikTok for employees
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Here are the key numbers about migration to the EU you need to know
Here are the main numbers about migration to the EU you need to know
BBC cuts football coverage after suspending star host Gary Lineker
The BBC faces an escalating crisis over its suspension of former soccer star and TV host Gary Lineker for comments criticising the British government's new asylum policy.
German cities struggling with winter influx of Western Balkan migrants
Cologne has, for instance, recorded more migrants from the Western Balkans in recent months than during the Yugoslav Wars that occurred from 1991 to 2001.
Europe's migrant hotspot you probably don't know about
When neighbouring countries put up huge razor-wire fences along their borders, it simply pushed people elsewhere, say observers.
Officials fear death toll for shipwreck in Italy could top 100
Rescue workers are still looking for dozens of missing people after a boat carrying some 200 migrants crashed into rocks off the Italian coast.
Viral video shows birds taking over a street. Should we be worried?
Several viral social media posts have shown birds falling from the sky and crowding a street, is there any reason to be concerned?
See why trash for breakfast is so damaging for Spain's storks
Madrid's landfill sites are a fatal pit stop for some white storks, which nest in the city rather than migrating to Africa.
I can't return to Ukraine from Brussels 'without results': Zelenskyy
Zelenskyy was in London and Paris on Wednesday to meet with his British, French and German counterparts.
Only 435 asylum-seekers have been relocated across the EU since June
All the relocations have been conducted from Italy and Cyprus towards other countries in Western Europe.