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The Danish immigration decisions tearing Syrian refugee families apart
The Alata family was torn apart once when their father was killed in Syria. Now they are being put to the test once more as half of the family's refugee status in Denmark is being revoked. Where can they go from here?
Nine months after fire, work still not started at Greek migrant camp
The redevelopment of Moria camp was supposed to have been finished by now.
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Denmark approved amendments to the legislation on Thursday - so will changes take effect straight away? What has been the response?
EU border agency Frontex criticised by NGOs for photo competition
NGOs have described the competition as a "Contest of Shame" and published photos that they say "reflect the reality of the situation"
How do Syrians in Denmark feel about claim it's safe to go home?
What do Syrian refugees in Denmark think about the nation's deportation furore? Meet Rahima, a 20-year-old refugee from Aleppo.
Are the Canary Islands becoming a migrant limbo?
Ousmane is one of the thousands of migrants stuck in the Canary Islands desperately trying to get to mainland Europe. Many want to leave and many more keep arriving. Local populations are struggling to manage the financial costs creating social tensions in the Spanish archipelago.
France slammed for deporting refugee to Russia despite risk of torture
Human rights groups say the deportation of Magomed Gadaev is linked to rising stigma against Chechens in France since the beheading of teacher Samuel Paty last year.
Brussels conference on Syria aims to raise billions for crisis
More than 50 countries are attending the virtual conference taking place Monday and Tuesday, where the international community is being asked for over €8bn to fund humanitarian causes.
Brussels considers visa restrictions against non-EU countries
The European Commission may impose visa restrictions on third countries that refuse to take back their citizens who have tried to come into the EU unsuccessfully.
Bosnia: EU gives €3.5 mln over 'unacceptable' conditions for migrants
The Commission said the funds will help migrants and refugees "facing a humanitarian disaster" by financing warm clothing, blankets, food, healthcare and mental health and psychological support.
Migrants and older residents come together in Italy's 'COVID red zone'
In the Tuscan coastal city of Livorno, a social project matches young migrants with elderly residents in need of help or companionship.
Violence and vigilantes add to winter woes of migrants in the Balkans
Thousands are camped near the Bosnia/Croatia border as sub-zero temperatures sweep in ahead of winter.
Top 10 ranking for migrant integration includes five EU countries
This year's Migrant Integration Policy Index includes five EU countries in its top 10 ranking.
EU seeks agreement on migration proposal at high-level conference
European lawmakers and stakeholders met in Brussels on Thursday to discuss migration, as the bloc seeks consensus on one of its most divisive issues.
Refugee-led organisations are critical to the fight against COVID-19 ǀ View
The COVID-19 pandemic presents a unique challenge but also a major opportunity to highlight how refugee-led organisations are best placed to act both in emergencies and on long-term integration strategies.
EU's new migrant returns policy could cause problems: legal expert
A Senior Legal Advisor to the International Commission of Jurists says that the Commission's new migration pact and the returns policy within it, is at risk of creating more problems because of Member States' international law commitments.
Migrants in Italy 'left to sleep in streets' during asylum process
Migrants in the Italian capital Rome are being ignored by the authorities and left to sleep on the streets while they await results of their asylum applications, it's been claimed.
EU migration chief vows new pact will stop overcrowded refugee camps
Euronews spoke to the EU's home affairs chief, Ylva Johansson, ahead of a new migration pact being announced on Wednesday.
Banksy funds pink boat to rescue migrants in the Mediterranean
The ship's website said the vessel "is as agile as she is pink" and that Banksy bought it with the proceeds of his sold artwork and decorated it with a fire extinguisher.
Greece faces fresh calls to probe migrant deaths at its Turkish border
It comes after a report from research group Forensic Architecture which described as "highly probable" that the Syrian man was shot by Greek soldiers.
EU pledges aid to Venezuelan refugees impacted by coronavirus pandemic
As Latin America becomes the new epicenter for the pandemic, the EU and Spain sought to raise awareness and aid to help Venezuelan refugees struggling from the migration and health crisis.
Homeless under lockdown: the forgotten faces of France's coronavirus nightmare
In this episode of Unreported Europe, Euronews' Valerie Gauriat reports on the desperate plight of refugees, asylum seekers and migrants in France as the country emerges from lockdown.
Turkey calls for EU help as bloc scrambles for Greek border solutions
Turkey has called for more help with migrants after 'opening the door' and causing increased movement on the Greek border. Meanwhile, NGOs slam the EU for what they see as a lack of humanitarian response.
Germany says it will not grant asylum to 'climate refugees'
More than 25 million people are forced to move every year around the world because of the effects of climate change. Experts are divided as to whether they should be granted refugee status.
Greece: A safe haven for Turks threatened over Gülen movement links
Many Turkish teachers, public servants and entrepreneurs, unable to return home because of fears of arrest and with no belief in the independence of the Turkish justice system, are trying to start a new life in the northern Greek city of Thessaloniki.
The Brief: EU's role in the Palestine's dream of statehood
Ahead Israel's deadline to form a new government, Euronews traveled to the West Bank by invitation from the EU. The bloc's role in the region is in question, after the US policy shift away from the two-state solution.