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Djokovic included in Australian Open draw amid visa decision suspense
The unvaccinated tennis star has been scheduled to play next week but his fate remains on a knife edge with the government still to decide whether to deport him.
Lithuania pays migrants €1,000 to return to Iraq
The largest group of migrants who broke through the Lithuanian-Belarusian border at the height of the latest migrant crisis has been returned to Baghdad.
Germany, Netherlands and France suspend deportations of Afghans
The move comes as the Taliban have captured three more provincial capitals in a relentless campaign against Afghan government forces.
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.
Norway deports foreign truck driver for driving without snow chains
Norway has deported a truck driver who was stopped by police twice within an hour for driving without mandatory snow chains near the Arctic Circle.
French police using Roma to inflate deportation figures, says activist
Activists say it is a stage-managed process designed to inflate deportation figures and has been going on for a decade.
Tension grows in Austria over the deportation of three young girls
The governing coalition is being criticised for expelling children who are considered to be "well-integrated", including a 12-year-old girl born in Austria.
Why is the UK divided over deporting foreign-born convicts to Jamaica?
A flight scheduled to deport dozens of people from the UK to Jamaica left on Tuesday morning despite a court order. It is a case that sparked a large debate in the UK - but what is each side saying?
Holocaust survivor: 'Silence was the best choice' after Auschwitz
Just 35 of the 776 Italian children sent to Auschwitz survived. Liliana Segre was one of them.
Syrian refugee,18, deported to Idlib, is allowed back into Turkey
Euronews spoke to Amjad Tablieh's brother Ahmad who alleged he was taken instantly taken to a detention centre after a police control in Istanbul found he didn't have his ID with him.
Fear of deportation raids spreads to U.S. citizens
"I've been carrying a passport since the day [Trump] was elected," said the American spokesman for a Latino organization.
'Stanstead 15' won't face jail time after blocking deportation flight
The Stansted 15, a group of anti-deportation protesters convicted on terrorism-related charges, won't face jail time after blocking deportation flight.
Migrants sent to deserted Danish island still have 'human rights'
In a debate on Euronews' Raw Politics show, guests debated whether Denmark's new policy that sets to send foreign criminals to a deserted island was morally right or not.
US deports former Nazi camp guard, 95, to Germany
The US deported a 95-year-old former Nazi concentration camp guard to Germany on Tuesday, 14 years after a judge ordered his expulsion, the White House has announced.
Tunisia releases suspected Islamist deported by Germany
Sami Aidoudi, said to have worked for Osama bin Laden, was deported to his native Tunisia despite a court ruling saying he could stay in Germany.
Student plane protest highlights Sweden's asylum-seeker deportations
Elin Ersson's Facebook video showing her preventing an Afghan man from being deported has gone viral - but it's unclear what consequences whe faces and his fate is unknown.
No known cases of deported 'Windrush' residents says Britain
A day after apologising for "horrendous" mistakes, UK ministers now give conflicting details about deported British residents
Israel frees migrants pending deportation as Netanyahu struggles to placate coalition partners
Prime minister's hard-right allies want forced deportations but host countries hard to find.
Israel's UN deal: 16,000 African migrants to move to Western countries
Israel says it has reached an agreement with the United Nations which lifts the threat of deportation for thousands of Africans to unnamed African destinations. Under the deal, they will be sent to Western countries willing to take them in.
Ukraine deports Georgian ex-president to Warsaw
CCTV footage shows Mikheil Saakashvili being dragged away from a central Kyiv restaurant by armed border service officers.
What I saw while held 48 hours in a French migrant detention centre
A Chilean man spent 48 hours in a French detention centre. His account gives rare insight into how EU detention centers work—and how Europe is dealing with illegal migration.
Trump: dreamer deal 'fairly close'
Trump: dreamer deal 'fairly close'
Deported asylum seeker’s reprieve after pilot refuses to fly him to Afghanistan
Pilot said he wasn't prepared to fly Samim Bigzad to Afghanistan because his 'life was in danger'
EU nationals living in the UK are threatened with deportation 'by mistake'
The Home Office has apologised after it sent letters threatening EU citizens living in the UK with deportation.
'Enough is enough', Sessions tells US sanctuary cities protecting migrants
The US Attorney General has warned America’s so-called “sanctuary cities” protecting immigrants from potential deportation that “enough is enough”.
First group of Afghans deported from Germany under new deal
Nearly 40 Afghan men have arrived in Kabul on a flight from Frankfurt after being deported from Germany.