Italian authorities have detained the crew of a fishing boat after they were spotted allegedly helping migrants cross the Mediterranean.
NGOs are critical of the EU's failure to resolve the migration issue as thousands of refugees and migrants try to enter the EU, often with tragic consequences
The Aquarius with its 629 migrants on board sparked a diplomatic raw among EU member states to reallocate asylum seekers. One year on little has changed. Italy closes its ports, member states oppose to Dublin regulation reform. People keep on dying in the Mediterranean
The NGO Lunaria says the increase in the number of attacks is linked to the hostile political atmosphere.
Euronews spoke to International Rescue Committee president David Miliband in Brussels.
The city of Deming has marshaled all of its resources to cope with a steady influx of migrants bused in by the federal government.
A Human Rights Council panel is to review a complaint by the American Federation of Teachers against the "inhumane (U.S.) policy of tearing immigrant children from their families who come to our borders seeking asylum and protection."
Marine Le Pen and Matteo Salvini’s MEPs have teamed up with other nationalist parties across the EU to form the biggest far-right group in the European parliament.
Dozens of installations popped up in New York as part of a campaign to highlight child separations at the US border.
This week the left-wing had a good week as the Social Democats swept the polls in Denmark, new MEPs continue to arrive in Brussels, we me a doctor who treated migrants arriving in Lampedusa and we also look ahead to next week.
Climate and immigration are key concerns for voters, an expert told Euronews.
The recent European elections show that many countries in Europe are struggling to contain the rise of far-right populist parties antagonistic towards democracy. In Ireland, however, democracy has a spring in its step.
An Iranian imam has been sentenced to two years in jail for having facilitated the illegal crossing of migrants across the English Channel.
Those blaming May for not showing more emotion earlier in her time in Downing Street should ask themselves what they would have said if she actually had. In Britain, we can only let the mask slip as we leave. We must maintain the poker face until we fold.
Twenty-nine migrants were injured in a fire that broke out early on Saturday at a migrant camp in a former factory in Velika Kladusa, Bosnia.
President Donald Trump announced on Twitter that he is placing a 5% tariff on all Mexican imports to pressure the country over migrants trying to cross the U.S. border.
There has rarely been much public interest in the European Parliament elections, but now they are being held at a challenging time for Europe. But what do voters really want?
"You're respected all over Europe. Probably like me a little bit controversial, but that's okay," Trump told Orban.
While visiting Hungary on Thursday, Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini from the far-right League party gave a controversial interview to the Hungarian national television. Euronews has fact-checked some of his contentious assertions.
Italian Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini, who leads the far-right League party in his home country, met Hungary's leader Viktor Orban on Thursday for talks dominated by immigration and political alliances ahead of EU elections later this month.
The far-right Stram Kurs party is edging closer to its 20,000 voter declaration target in order to qualify for candidacy in Denmark's upcoming parliamentary elections.
From terrorist attacks, mass immigration, car scandals and debt crises, this European Parliament has had a lot to deal with.
"Employment in the marijuana industry may constitute conduct that violates federal controlled substance laws," the USCIS said.
Ahead of April's general election, Spain is acting tough on migration - and the country's coastguards are on the front line of a brewing storm.
#TheCube | You may recognise this image from last summer when migrant rescue ship Aquarius saved over 140 people stranded at sea.
It appears that Interior Minister of Italy, Salvini did not, however when sharing it this week on his Twitter account.
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