Britain's National Crime Agency said the find is believed to be "the largest seizure of lethal purpose weapons at a UK port."
Austria cited an increase of migrants numbers as a reason to extend border checks.
The deployment of new technologies [...] to automate EU border security systems, raises multiple human rights concerns. While the past and present human rights implications of Fortress Europe have been widely catalogued, future ones [...], urgently need addressing.
We've taken a look at the Sweden-Norway border to see if technology can help solve the Brexit deadlock.
A 33-year-old Iranian national and 24-year-old British man were arrested in Manchester on Wednesday.
The opposition to the backstop on the benches of Westminster has been a stark reminder of how Northern Ireland is almost always an afterthought in British politics.
Polish border authorities deny entry to UN Climate Change talks participants
“Two cutters for the whole coastline is frankly ridiculous. We need more investment so the whole border is secure,” MP Charlie Elphicke told Euronews.
US District Judge Jon Tigar blocked the Trump administration from refusing asylum to immigrants who cross the southern border illegally.
They're part of a caravan of thousands of people determined to make it to the United States. Now they are stuck on a bridge over a river that marks the border
The avatar technology hopes to help police guard borders in a pilot scheme which starts next month and can apparently tell if someone is lying
Every day, some eight thousand Spaniards cross the border between Spain and Gibraltar to work on the rock ... By car, on foot, by bicycle ...
Now they are worried about Brexit.
France seeks a "reciprocal" arrangement with the UK as the Brexit deadline looms.
That's according to the United Nations migration agency. Peru has tightened its border controls as Venezuelans flee over the high inflation nearly reaching 1 million percent
In this edition of Insiders Euronews examines how migration continues to top the European agenda and exposes Europe’s fault lines, even if a deal was reached in late June to toughen border controls and beef up repatriation procedures of migrants non-eligible for asylum.
Lack of trust among member states undermines EU migration deal
As Germany grapples with divisions over migration, Bavaria takes action to stem the flow through the country's southern border
To save her government Chancellor Angela Merkel capitulates and agrees to detention camps for migrants on the Austria border.
Chancellor Angela Merkel out plays her interior minister, Horst Seehofer and settles migration row
Five people have entered Finland illegally with the help of soccer World Cup fan identity papers and then applied for asylum.
Penka the cow will be shot for crossing EU border without documentation
The EU and Albania have signed a draft border agreement that would allow European border agency Frontex to deploy to the West Balkan country in case of a sudden surge of migrants into the country.
Euronews recently met up with the EU’s foreign policy chief, Federica Mogherini, at the MED – Mediterranean Dialogues conference – in Rome.
European Council President Donald Tusk has given the British government until Monday to make a final offer to avoid a hard border on the island.
Right now, it's invisible. Many fear a return to border checks could undermine peace on the island and hurt its economy.
Britain's Liam Fox says there won't be a deal on the question of the Irish border until the EU agrees to discuss trade. Brussels wants things to be dealt with the other way around.