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A state of emergency has been declared in Charlottesville in preparation for the anniversary of last year's white nationalist rally. One woman died and many others were injured as white supremacists clashed with police and counter protesters in August 2017.
Farmers are calling on the government to declare a state of emergency as Northern and Eastern regions struggle to cope with the dry spell.
The two Donalds go head-to-head in the run up to the NATO summit in Brussels.
This morning on Good Morning Europe, we report on the tragic news of the death of a former Thai Navy SEAL. Samarn Kunan, 38, perished while assisting with rescue efforts in Chiang Rai, where 12 boys and their football coach have been trapped underground for more than 13 days.
The 12 boys and their football coach were discovered sheltering on a ridge in a network of Thai caves. Weak, struggling to adjust to bright light and tackling flood waters, they may not be able to leave for weeks.
Today on Good Morning Europe there has been A LOT going on! Our main story was, you guessed it, the migration agreement that was finally reached at the crunch EU summit in Brussels.
We covered it live from Brussels and beyond.
"We do not have a migration problem in Europe. No European country is in the top number of countries hosting refugees. This is a political tactic to divert attention from the real economic and social issues within the EU." Amnesty International Advocacy Director, Iverna McGowan, talks migration.
In a picturesque setting, just outside Berlin, the French and German leaders put on a display of friendship and unity as they held long-awaited talks on refugee policy, security and a eurozone budget.
As a humanitarian vessel turned away by Italy and Malta heads to Spain, questions hang over the future of migrant rescue missions in the Mediterranean.
A diplomatic spat over the fate of those on board the Aquarius is threatening Franco-Italian relations.
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