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Ireland launches amnesty scheme for undocumented migrants
“I firmly believe this scheme will improve the lives of thousands of people," said Ireland's justice minister.
Is Europe turning its back on Belarusians fleeing Lukashenko's regime?
Poland was the only country to grant asylum to Belarusians in significant numbers, according to Eurostat.
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To mark International Migrants Day on December 18, Save the Children Europe director Anita Bay Bundegaard reflects on Europe’s need to uphold its core values and make sure all children stranded on the borders with Europe are safe.
Denmark's ex-immigration minister convicted over asylum seeker policy
The rare impeachment case related to a 2016 order to separate asylum-seeking couples when one of the partners was a child.
Hungarian court avoids ruling on EU law primacy in migration case
The Hungarian Constitutional Court said it could not rule on whether EU law took precedence over Hungary's constitution.
Monitoring crossings will make migrants take more risks, says activist
"People who want to go to England will continue to take all risks to go. And adding a plane and two helicopters will not change things. It will only push people to take even more risks."
UK panel asks government to scrap plan to turn back migrant boats
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has proposed legislation that would give authorities patrolling the Channel the power to turn away boats carrying migrants.
Brussels accused of 'weakening asylum rights' to manage Belarus crisis
The European Commission is facing backlash after it proposed to give Poland, Latvia and Lithuania more flexibility to process asylum applications.
French authorities start moving migrants from camp in northern France
Authorities began evacuating some 1,500 migrants seeking to reach the U.K. from a muddy camp in northern France on Tuesday. Police and CRS (special forces) officers have been overseeing the operation in the camp near Grande-Synthe.
Afghan evacuees in Italy fear for relatives left behind under Taliban
Afghan refugees in Italy tell Euronews of their anxiety as they wait for news of family members they have left behind.
EU calls for emergency meeting over worsening Belarus border crisis
The EU Home Affairs Commissioner questions Poland's treatment of migrants attempting to cross its border from Belarus after Polish police found the body of a Syrian migrant.
Italy: Outcry at jail term for pro-migrant ex-mayor Domenico Luccano
The Calabrian town of Riace had become a symbol of the reception of migrants while Domenico Lucano was mayor.
Poland carried out migrant push-back at Belarus border, Amnesty says
Poland, Lithuania and Latvia have declared states of emergency at their borders with Belarus over an influx of migrants.
Haitian migrants cross Colombian jungle en route to US
Hundreds of Haitian migrants cross the Darien Gap jungle in Colombia to reach Panama on their way to a better life in the United States.
New migrant centre opens on the Greek island of Samos
Migrants have told Euronews conditions are better at the new facility but NGO Doctors Without Borders (MSF) said it was "nothing more than a prison for people whose only crime is seeking safety".
How does Europe's largest Afghan diaspora view the crisis back home?
Germany has more Afghans than any other country in Europe.
Afghan asylum seekers in Pakistan sleep rough on the streets
Escaping the Taliban is one thing, but once across the border, a different challenge awaits.
Albania: first arrivals of afghan refugees
The first group of refugees fleeing the Taliban after their takeover of Kabul have arrived in Albania in the early morning of Friday.
Austria postpones deportation of Afghan man after ECHR ruling
The ECHR considers that an expulsion under the current conditions could constitute a violation by Vienna of the European Convention on Human Rights.
Man convicted of stabbing several people in Sweden knife attack
A 22-year-old Afghan refugee has been sentenced to life imprisonment for stabbing and injuring several people in Vetlanda in March.
Murder of Austrian teenage girl sparks row over deportations policy
A 13-year-old girl was allegedly drugged, abused, and killed in Vienna last weekend by four Afghan nationals.
Amnesty accuses Greece of 'systematic' policy of migrant pushbacks
Athens has disputed reports accusing Greek border police of violent returns of refugees and migrants to Turkey.
Millions driven from homes in 2020 despite COVID crisis, says UN
Filippo Grandi, the United Nations high commissioner for refugees, said conflict and the impact of climate change were among the leading sources of new movements of refugees and internally displaced people in 2020.
Council threatens UK government with legal action over child refugees
Kent County Council has given an ultimatum of June 17 before it pushes for judicial review, saying its services dealing with lone migrants have reached "breaking point".
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EU alarmed by Greece's use of sound cannons at border
Greece is facing questions over its reported use of sound cannons at the border to deter asylum seekers seeking to enter the country.