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Pictures reveal the scale of the crisis on the Turkish-Greek border, where thousands of refugees and migrants have been trying to get to Greece since Turkey allowed them to cross the border.
The migration deal is "dead because Turkey has decided to completely violate the agreement because of what happened in Syria," says Greek PM Mitsotakis.
Turkey has called for more help with migrants after 'opening the door' and causing increased movement on the Greek border. Meanwhile, NGOs slam the EU for what they see as a lack of humanitarian response.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s cynical move to open his western EU borders to allow refugees and migrants to leave - while keeping his southern border to Syria shut to asylum seekers desperate to escape the onslaught there - poses an enormous challenge to Greece and the European Union.
A migrant was killed by gunfire while trying to illegally cross the border from Turkey to Greece, authorities in Turkey said on Wednesday. Greece issued an immediate denial.
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The EU has pledged €700 million in aid to Greece as European leaders visited the Greek-Turkish border which thousands of migrants have been trying to cross.
A child died when a small boat capsized at sea off Greece on Monday as migrants tried to push into Europe after Turkey opened its frontiers for refugees to pass though.
Greek police officers sporadically fired tear gas to prevent them from entering the EU from Turkey.
The events came following an announcement by Turkey that it would open its border with Europe.
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Turkish action in Syria is just one part of a chain reaction that experts believe could lead to another humanitarian crisis in Europe.
Ankara has repeatedly threatened to "open the gates" and let migrants into Europe amid several disputes with European states.
The mayor of Bolu said he would arrange the buses for "whatever the number [of refugees]" who needed the service and wanted to travel on to Europe.
Crowds attempted to stop police from disembarking on the islands of Lesbos and Chios as they protested against the building of new migrant detention camps
News of the missing boat comes amid criticism of the European Union's lack of rescue missions in the Mediterranean Sea.
It comes as part of the new government's pledge to take a tougher stance on refugees and migrants arriving at its ports.
The river border between Serbia and Hungary is a key entry point of entry for people trying to gain access to the EU. Hungary is trying to stop that.
Aid groups were on hand to offer assistance, according to the International Organization for Migration (IOM).
Two dozen people disembarked a rickety boat on Aguila beach in Gran Canaria, with members of the public joining emergency workers in coming to their aid.
Family and friends of two Vietnamese men, found dead in a lorry in the UK last month, have gathered for their funeral.
Their ten metre long boat was in distress less than one mile off Lampedusa, the Coast Guard said. It was reportedly carrying more than 160 migrants from Libya.
Greece is to create a single border surveillance agency and employ 1,200 more guards to 'shut the door' on migrants not entitled to stay.
Medecins Sans Frontieres says plans by Greece for new migrant facilities amount to the creation of detention centres.
The 3,000-person-capacity Moria camp, currently home to 15,000 migrants, is among those earmarked for closure and conversion into a detention centre.
Europe is at risk of creating a "lost generation" of young refugees, who aren't properly integrated into their host countries, the EU's Agency for Fundamental Rights warns.