A man wearing a t-shirt of an anti-immigration group was apprehended at a politician's rally in Finland on Sunday after displaying 'aggressive and threatening' behaviour toward the minister
Hungarian Prime Minister, Viktor Orban, has said his government could resume its media attacks on European Union institutions.
A majority of Europeans have a favourable opinion of the EU but they also describe it as out of touch with their needs with just two months to go until elections, the Pew Research Center has found.
Asylum requests in the EU sharply declined in 2018 compared with previous years, new figures released by Eurostat have shown.
More than 960 people crossed into the U.S. illegally from the northern border with Canada last year, according to data released from CBP.
A group of 29 parents traveled from Central America to the U.S.-Mexico border with the hope of reuniting with their kids.
Hungary's government responds to a writer who claimed Viktor Orban is dragging the country into darkness.
Isabel Nieto says immigration is hurting the Roma people
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's ruling Fidesz party faces expulsion from the largest political grouping in the European Union.
The new bill maintains that resident permits for refugees are temporary, which must be "withdrawn or exempted when possible..."
In the case of a no deal Brexit, EU citizens in the UK and their counterparts in Europe could lose their rights overnight. An amendment to Theresa May's deal aims to change that.
An award-winning Australian entrepreneur who's been living in Sweden for six years was told by immigration services he had to leave the country if he wanted his sole trader visa application to be considered.
Euronews talks to three generations of immigrants about what 'integration' actually feels like.
Quebec's immigration minister has tabled a bill that seeks to cancel 18,000 pending applications to the Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP) before August 2, 2018.
Atlanta rapper 21 Savage was arrested by US immigration authorities on Sunday over claims he stayed in the country illegally. He remains in custody and faces deportation.
The husband of MEP Cécile Kyenge, Italy's first black minister, announced he was running for the far-right League party at a local election.
The British parliament has voted in favour of a bill planning post-Brexit immigration policies.
While her neighbours have built a wall so they don’t have to look at the migrants in Calais, Brigitte Lips welcomes them into her home.
A Davos panel, moderated by Euronews correspondent Isabelle Kumar, looked at ways of better managing migration flows.
With 48 hours of notice being given, a reception centre housing around 350 asylum seekers was closed yesterday. The migrants will now be moved to other centres scattered around Italy.
EU Commission cracks down on "golden visas"
Euronews talks to young men trying to cross the channel into the UK.
Here is our round-up of stories to know about from Europe today.
After Open Arms, Aita Mari becomes the second ship to have its rescue mission blocked by the Spanish government.
WHO report finds migrants have higher prevalence of some communicable diseases but says no evidence rise in new arrivals has caused spikes in illness in resident populations.
Organisation published its latest World Report