A dozen migrants were found alive in a truck in Belgium on Wednesday — a week after 39 were found dead near London.
39 people were pronounced dead at the scene. Early indications suggest 38 are adults and one aged in their teens.
Australia's tough stance on immigration has helped keep down the vote for far-right political parties, the country's ambassador to France has told Euronews.
For me, the “Great American Dream” is not some ugly tortured vision of broken promises, facades and unfulfilled dreaming, but something that glitters at the heart of what it is to be American: hopeful, ambitious and a dreamer.
A Lebanese man who was detained for five days in Greece for his involvement in a 1985 plane hijacking has been released after authorities concluded they had the wrong person, AFP cited police as saying.
Among some of the world's richest countries, Germany is one of the most generous when it comes to granting permanent residency to migrants.
Europe had a decrease in the number of asylum applications by 10% in 2018.
Family migration, where people migrate with, or to join, family members, increased by 9% and labour migration by 6%.
Campaigners have expressed concern about the numbers EU27 nationals being given temporary — rather than permanent — permission to live in the UK post-Brexit.
A majority of people across the world agreed with statements that society is broken and the economy rigged to favour the rich and powerful, according to a new Ipsos MORI survey.
The nomination of a commissioner to "protect the European way of life" has been criticised for the inclusion of migration in the role's brief
Migration has been a politically toxic topic in the European Union in recent years. Euronews spoke with outgoing EU migration commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos who warns that "Europe should never become a fortress".
Three far-right activists with Generation Identitaire — Generation Identity — have been jailed for six months for intercepting migrants in the Alps.
The rejection of a LGBT asylum seeker's application by a UK judge because he didn't have a gay "demeanour" is the latest chapter in growing intolerance in Britain, unleashed in part by the Brexit debate.
Anni Lanz, 73, is to appeal a conviction and 800 Swiss francs (€735) fine for helping a homeless Afghan asylum seeker into Switzerland.
Migrants have been jumping from Open Arms and attempting to swim ashore and scuffles have broken out as the vessel remains barred from Italy.
The captain of the Open Arms rescue ship says migrants onboard are "psychologically broken" and the vessel is like a bomb that is "going to explode."
"We feel vulnerable and insecure. What if the Home Office changes the rules again?," Esra Candan Saginc, a Turkish national established in the UK, told Euronews.
The American Civil Liberties Union said Tuesday 911 children had been separated from their parents in the past year, including 678 whose parents faced allegations of criminal conduct.
A quarter of people acquiring citizenship in the EU were Moroccans, Albanians, Indians, Turks, and Pakistanis.
More than 3.1 million first residence permits — which allows for non-EU nationals to remain up to three months in the country which granted it to them — were handed out in 2017.
"I've been carrying a passport since the day [Trump] was elected," said the American spokesman for a Latino organization.
Hundreds of protesters occupied the Pantheon monument in Paris on Friday to denounce the conditions illegal immigrants allegedly face in France.
68% of illegal migrants present in the EU live in four EU countries: Germany, France, Greece and Spain.
The Trump Administration notified a federal judge Friday that government lawyers are looking at "all available options" for adding a citizenship question to the 2020 census form that goes to every U.S. household.
The president's comments come as the administration is trying to figure out a way to include the question.
The story of how a 400-strong fleet conceived to defy Italy's right-wing government and save migrants' lives turned into a concert and boat parade.