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The European Commission wants to improve the management of the external borders and also strengthen cooperation among Schengen states.
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The coronavirus pandemic has seen many EU countries closing borders, potentially misapplying the rules of the Schengen visa-free travel area. Berlin is proposing new ways of keeping Europe's borders open while assuaging concerns over health and safety.
Coronavirus reopens Schengen debate for Romania, Croatia and Bulgaria
Long queues at borders have become a feature of travelling within the EU during the pandemic, but Romanian MEPs say it highlights the reality of travel from non-Schengen member states.
Coronavirus: EU Commission VP warns against 'mini-Schengens'
Margaritis Schinas' comments come after Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania opened their internal borders to each other last week in a bid to give their economies a timely boost.
Croatia en route to join Schengen
Countries and MEPs are divided as Croatia passes next step in Schengen process.
Golden Visas: 'It's a prostitution of Schengen'
Transparency International's latest report claims that in the last 10 years, the EU has welcomed thousands of new citizens and close to 100,000 new residents through the Golden Visas scheme. Spain, Hungary, Latvia, Portugal and the UK have granted the highest number of golden visas.
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State of the Union: EU leaders meet in Estonia
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The Brief from Brussels: EU seeks new migration policy
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EU mulls bringing back border controls to tackle security threats
The EU says countries in its passport-free travel area area should be able to bring back border controls. But only in the event of persistent
EU: stricter Schengen checks brought in to fight terror
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EU officials propose extension of border checks
EU officials say Schengen border checks should be extended by three months when they expire next month.
British travellers could have to pay five euros to enter EU
Britons could have to pay a five-euro fee to enter EU countries in the future, under a new Brussels plan to fight terrorism.
EU agrees 'emergency brake'on visa-free travel within Schengen zone
EU Ministers have agreed on an ‘emergency brake’ for visa waiver programmes for some countries.
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EU plan to save Schengen unveiled ahead of crunch summit
It is a last-ditch attempt to save Schengen. The European Commission has unveiled a timetable to restore the fraying open border zone by the end of
EU's Tusk kicks off shuttle diplomacy tour as Brussels seeks to save Schengen
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Europe running out of time to solve refugee crisis, warns EU's Timmermans
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Greece under pressure to act on refugees
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Saving Schengen: Denmark, Sweden and Germany in emergency border talks
Officials from Denmark, Sweden and Germany have been at emergency talks in Brussels – amid mounting concerns over new border controls. It comes after
IOM warns of tensions at Greek-Macedonian border
The International Organisation for Migration says the situation at the Greek-Macedonian border is becoming extremely tense as thousands of migrants