Here is our round-up of key stories from around Europe so far today.
Euronews’ Elena Cavallone and Bryan Carter embarked on a journey across Italy to take the political pulse of a country that has gone through one of its worst leadership crisis in decades.
Around 550 migrants, mostly Afghans but some Africans, were vacated from a makeshift tent encampment along Paris' trendy Canal St Martin on Monday morning.
Over a nearly two year period, more than 3,500 migrants have braved the Alps to seek asylum in France
Niger has been increasingly playing a pivotal role in the global struggle against jihadism since the terrorist threat has been quickly shifting from the middle-east to Africa.
New legislation puts an end to free medical treatment of undocumented foreigners.
How important is the issue of migration to voters in Italy? Is the 'alarmist' way the issue is being reported in some sections of the media likely to influence the vote?
With school and education provided by the state, one family say they are glad they chose to break the rules and live in Europe.