Greek PM says Europe has created the environment for illiberalism to flourish.
Migration remains a major issue in Italy, especially since the current coalition came to power.
Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the EU Commission, is expected to tavkle the issue in his final State Of The Union address.
Report says migrants are dying because of the European political situation.
Denmark's immigration laws make it harder for its own citizens than for residents of other EU countries to bring in foreign partners.
Sweden's third largest city has had a tumultuous few months of shootings and street violence some are blaming on immigrants, and the far-right hopes to benefit.
Voto Latino is launching a new three-year, multi-million dollar effort to register Hispanic voters.
A German court has sentenced a failed asylum seeker to eight-and-a-half years in prison for murdering his 15-year-old ex-girlfriend, in a case that has fueled anti-migrant sentiment in the country.
Chemnitz holds anti-racism concert
Sweden had a record-breaking 163,000 asylum applicants in 2015. Will the legacy of this be the country electing far right populists Sweden Democrats on September 9?
A documentary producer speaks to Euronews about his experience accompanying the Italian Coast Guard, NGOs and Italian Red Cross for two months as they conducted rescue operations in the Mediterranean Sea.
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The German government says it will not tolerate vigilante justice after several people were hurt in clashes in the city of Chemnitz
It follows the fatal stabbing of a German man that authorities blamed on a Syrian and an Iraqi.
Matteo Salvini wants Italy to adopt Australia's harsh immigration policy against "boat people."
Anelise Borges explains why Rome and Valletta are at loggerheads of migrant rescues.
A refugee who was enslaved by ISIL has fled Germany for Iraq after coming face-to-face with her captor again.
From the Turkish lira crisis to a platform collapsing at a festival in Spain, Euronews has the top 5 stories to know about this Monday morning.
Foreign invitees to the world’s biggest literary festival have been ‘humiliated’ in trying to get clearance from British authorities to attend, it’s been claimed.
A new survey of Italian attitudes to migration and refugees finds more ideological diversity than commonly assumed. Economist and researcher Tim Dixon unpacks findings that show more nuances than the populism dominating headlines.
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A new movement is sweeping through Twitter: #metwo. While this may sound similar to the #metoo of 2017, this one is a response not to sexual harassment, but rather to the struggle of balancing dual heritage as an immigrant living abroad.
US misses family reunification deadline
The European Commission is stepping up a legal battle with Hungary over the country's migration rules.
It announced that Hungary will be referred
Latest EU figures show the number of non-EU citizens refused entry to EU jumped by 13% last year.
Germany's Interior Minister and Austria's Chancellor want to shut the migration route across the Mediterranean from Africa into Europe. At a joint press conference in Vienna, Austria's Chancellor says this will be in the best interest for Germany and Italy