Tens of thousands of demonstrators’ march through the streets of New York and nationwide, against the immigration policies of US President Donald Trump. It's after the Trump administration's policy of separating families caught crossing the Mexican border illegally.
Natives in six developed nations overestimate the number of legal immigrants in their countries — especially Muslim ones — a new survey has found.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has described the summit as "make or break" for the Eu.
The ban prohibits most people from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria and Yemen from entering the United States.
Euronews Brussels correspondent Bryan Carter assesses the situation ahead of a crucial summit.
Only once we are clear on principles can we build shared policies on asylum and migration.
Maersk cargo ship granted permission to dock in Italy in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
What do you think of the First Lady's fashion choice.
When the Hungarian government can no longer whip up fear and resentment of migrants and refugees to win votes, where will it look next for an enemy?
Benetton criticised for using pictures of migrants in adverts
Germany's leader needs to pull off a diplomatic master-stroke to secure her position and keep to her values. Here's why:
Euronews' Anelise Borges relives the ten days she spent at the centre of literal and metaphorical storms on the Mediterranean migrant route.
The Italian Interior minister wants numbers on the ethnic group's population in the country, while the new League/Five-Star Movement coalition is calling for the closure of illegal Roma camps.
Despite their claims, France and Spain have shown little solidarity in sharing the burden of irregular migration.
The French President told the Italian President Conte he had never wanted to offend Italy or the Italian people over the migration issue. The two leaders confirm they'll discuss "new initiatives" on migration
Belgium minister for French community says extra soldiers and police on streets won't solve security issues
Ali Bashar is accused of killing 14-year-old Susanna Feldman in May
Aymen Latrous, a Tunisian immigrant who entered France illegally, saved two children from a fire in France 2015, and will not be forced to leave the country, officials have confirmed.
It's thought the Slovenia Democratic Party may struggle to find coalition partners for government, after it emerged as the largest party in Sunday's parliamentary election.
As Giuseppe Conte heads western Europe's first anti-establishment government bent on overhauling European Union rules on budgets and immigration, Euronews looks at how the country will position itself
Euronews sat down with Mamoudou Gassama, the Malian migrant who scaled a building in Paris to save a child.
Get up to speed on the issues driving the conversation across Europe and the world: Tesa Arcilla anchors Euronews' live daily morning show Good Morning Europe from Euronews' headquarters in Lyon.
Children living in areas of Denmark with large numbers of immigrants will be forced to attend school for 25 hours per week to learn about democracy, equality and major public holidays.
Child born crossing from Libya
The number of Romanians living in the UK rose by 25 percent in 2017, making them the most common non-British nationals after Poles.
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: We meet some of the migrants, dreaming of getting into the EU, but stuck in Serbia, as European leaders