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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.
UK housing asylum seekers at former military barracks ruled unlawful
A British court has ruled that the Home Office's decision to house asylum seekers and migrants in "squalid" barracks in Folkestone, Kent, was unlawful.
More than 1,500 asylum seekers in UK considered for removal to Europe
New statistics from the UK's Home Office show that more than 1,500 people seeking asylum in the UK have been warned they could be removed to "safe third countries".
Parliamentarians slam detention of EU citizens by UK Border Force
Around 30 EU citizens including Greek, Italian, Bulgarian and Spanish nationals are thought to have been detained in the UK in the past week due to confusion over visa requirements.
Estonia, Lithuania and Poland help migrant patrols at Slovenia border
Officers from Estonia, Lithuania and Poland will be deployed to the Slovenia-Croatia border.
Rescue groups and Pope decry inaction as 130 migrants die at sea
A rubber dinghy carrying 130 people capsized in the Mediterranean Sea on Thursday, with all those onboard thought to have drowned, after pleading for assistance the day before.
Seven injured in stabbing at Dutch asylum-seekers centre
A suspect has been arrested after seven people were injured in a stabbing incident at an asylum-seekers centre in the Netherlands.
Afghan refugee speaks out on landmark Serbia border police case
In December 2020 Serbia's Constitutional Court ruled that border control officers had violated the rights of 17 Afghan refugees they abandoned in a forest in freezing cold temperatures near the Bulgarian border.
New migrant camp approved for Lesbos but exact location undecided
The municipal council of Mytilene approved the construction of a new 3,000-capacity facility on the Aegean island - but without agreeing where it will be located.
Migrants stuck in Spain's Canary Islands say camps are unfit
More than 23,000 people from Morocco and West Africa arrived on the resort archipelago in the past year as authorities cracked down on previously popular routes on the Mediterranean.
UK asylum overhaul seeks to restrict Channel migrants' claim rights
Home Secretary Priti Patel's plan to make it harder for people entering the UK by unauthorised routes to claim asylum has been branded 'inhumane' by the Red Cross.
Egyptians rejected asylum in Sweden and fearing persecution back home
A number of Egyptian asylum seekers - some facing life imprisonment in Egypt - are making a last-ditch attempt to avoid deportation following decisions made by Sweden’s asylum agency.
Asylum seeker arrested after refugee centre manager stabbed to death
A 38-year-old Sudanese asylum seeker has been arrested.
Denmark’s ex-immigraton minister set to face impeachment trial
Inger Støjberg issued an order in 2016 to separate asylum-seeking couples where one of the pair was under the age of 18.
Former minister 'misled' Danish parliament over 'illegal' asylum order
Former immigration minister Inger Støjberg has defended her actions as an attempt to rescue child brides from forced marriages with older husbands.
Asylum seekers ‘excluded from financial system’ by banks in Ireland
Many times banks ask for a passport before allowing someone to open an account, but often asylum seekers won’t have a passport, and if they do have one then the government will likely take it while they are looking at their claim for asylum.
Brussels wants to better integrate migrants. But how will they do it?
The European Commission (EC) says that around 34 million people living in the EU were born outside the bloc and that everyone has the right to "realise their full potential".
EU's new migration pact under spotlight as interior ministers meet
The EU's new migration proposal was discussed for the first time by the bloc's interior ministers today, beginning what is likely to be a long and uncertain process.
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.