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No EU country will be 'left alone' to cope with migration: Johansson
The reform of the European Union's migration policy means that no country will be "left alone" to cope with irregular arrivals, says Ylva Johansson.
Greece accused of failing to investigate migrant boat sinking
Greek authorities are under scrutiny from international human rights groups as Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch accuse them of inadequately investigating the circumstances surrounding a migrant boat sinking that claimed the lives of hundreds six months ago.
Serbian police arrest smugglers and find 700 migrants in raids
The police said recent raids are aimed at "curbing illegal migration" following a deadly clash between migrants in the Hungarian border last week.
Slovakia backtracks on reinforcing border with Hungary
Less than 24 hours after announcing a "massive" deployment of police and armed forces at the border with Hungary to curb illegal migration, the new Slovak government called it off, saying it was a "one-off measure."
New German legislation aims to make it easier to deport asylum seekers
The German Cabinet approved legislation on Wednesday that is intended to ease deportations of unsuccessful asylum-seekers.
EU migration reform enters final stretch. Here's what to expect
The European Union is inching closer to reforming its migration policy, a once-in-a-generation opportunity to establish consistent rules for all member states. But there's still work to do before reaching the finish line.
Croatia: Sharp rise in illegal immigration since Schengen entry last year
The Balkan nation has recorded the jump nine months after it joined the Schengen area, the world's largest visa-free zone.
German-Italian rift thwarts EU deal on new rules for migration crises
A disagreement between Germany and Italy frustrated on Thursday a highly anticipated deal on the last piece of the European Union's migration reform.
The inside story onboard a rescue ship on a deadly migration route
In this episode of Witness, Euronews reporter Monica Pinna joins an NGO rescue crew whose mission is to save migrants’ lives in the Mediterranean Sea. This immersive report takes you behind the scenes of a rescue operation.
Germany steps up border controls with Poland and Czech Republic
Berlin's move is aimed at fighting illegal immigration amid a sharp rise in the number of asylum applications.
EU releases €127 million in aid for Tunisia amid Lampedusa crisis
The European Commission announced on Friday the first round of payments under the contentious EU-Tunisia memorandum of understanding.
Experts say better response needed to the ongoing migration crisis
Following a surge in people arriving on the Italian island of Lampedusa by boat, experts say a better response is needed to the ongoing migration crisis.
Italian and German presidents share concerns over migrant crisis
Irregular migration topped the agenda during talks between the presidents of Italy and Germany in Syracuse. Presidents Mattarella and Steinmeier shared their concerns regarding the ongoing crisis.
Did Texas install a river barrier with chainsaws to injure migrants?
Some social media users and politicians say such a device has been placed in the Rio Grande River to purposefully injure those who try and enter the US from Mexico.
English channel rescue operation underway after migrant boat capsizes
At least six are thought to have died in the incident, which comes as the estimated number of channel crossings in the last five years passes 100,000.
What is the ‘Rome Process’, Meloni’s plan to curb irregular migration?
It's the latest in a raft of European efforts to ‘externalise’ migrant controls by outsourcing them to third countries.
Border violence: What is going on in Bulgaria?
We find out what's going on along the border between Bulgaria and Turkey, as Sofia seeks Schengen Area accession amid worrying reports of abuse and violence towards migrants by Bulgarian border police.
Accommodation barge arrives as UK passes controversial migration bill
Asylum seeker accommodation barge arrives as UK passes controversial migration bill which seeks to deport people to "safe" countries such as Rwanda.
Tunisia and EU sign a 'partnership' on economy and migration
The European Union and Tunisia signed a memorandum of understanding for a "comprehensive strategic partnership" on renewable energies, economic development, and irregular migration.
Libya jails human traffickers over migrant deaths in the Med
Thirty-eight human traffickers were jailed by a Libyan court on Monday over the deaths of migrants heading to Europe on a rickety boat.