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Bosnia and Herzegovina
Hundreds of migrants stranded in freezing conditions at Bosnia camp
Residents in the local town of Bihac have refused to allow the migrants to be moved to a centre there, leaving them stranded in the cold while disputes over their fate continue.
Hungary asylum policies 'failed' to fulfill EU obligations, ECJ rules
The EU top court said Budapest made it virtually impossible for people to make an asylum claim.
Brussels wants to better integrate migrants. But how will they do it?
The European Commission (EC) says that around 34 million people living in the EU were born outside the bloc and that everyone has the right to "realise their full potential".
Refugee-led organisations are critical to the fight against COVID-19 ǀ View
The COVID-19 pandemic presents a unique challenge but also a major opportunity to highlight how refugee-led organisations are best placed to act both in emergencies and on long-term integration strategies.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Hundreds of migrants evicted from UN-run camps in Bosnia
On Wednesday, local authorities in the northwestern Krajina region sent police to evict several hundred people from the Bira camp in the town of Bihac.
English Channel migrant smuggling ring dismantled, say police
Security forces from France, Belgium, the UK and the Netherlands arrested twelve people suspected of smuggling migrants across the English Channel.
Makeshift migrant camps grow outside Bosnian towns
The migrants have built tents in the forests after local authorities in the northwestern Krajina region decided last month to start pushing them away from urban areas, even kicking them out of the existing UN-run reception centers there
New EU migration pact aims to increase member state contributions
The long-overdue migration and asylum policy is set to be unveiled with mandatory measures on how to manage migration.
Thousands protest in Germany to demand EU action over Moria migrants
The aunt of Alan Kurdi, the 3-year-old Syrian boy who drowned in the Mediterranean in 2015, joined protesters in Berlin to urge politicians to act.
NGO blasts Italy's blockade of its migrant rescue ship as 'political'
The vessel was detained in the port of Palermo for 11 hours for an inspection the NGO Seawatch International called "arbitrary."
Germany to take in 1,500 migrants from Greek islands after Lesbos fire
This represents a sharp increase from the initial pledge to host some of the 400 unaccompanied children evacuated from Lesbos to mainland Greece following the September 8 blaze.
Displaced migrants on Lesbos protest in wake of fire at Moria camp
Over 12,000 people were left homeless after fires on Tuesday and Wednesday gutted the Moria camp in the midst of a coronavirus lockdown.
MEP says Moria migrant camp is an 'insult' to European values
"Europe is not leaving up to its values by parking people in such camps. We should have acted earlier", says Greens EFA's co-president Philippe Lamberts.
Moria camp fire: France and Germany urge EU states to welcome migrants
Berlin and Paris announced on Thursday that they will welcome unaccompanied minors following a devastating fire at the Moria camp on the Greek island of Lesbos. They urged other member states to follow suit.
It’s time the EU ended the cynical stalling game endangering lives in the Mediterranean ǀ View
Implementing a plan that reflects a shared responsibility among its member states is the only way the EU will end the deaths or indefinite languishing at sea of migrants crossing the Mediterranean for a better life.
Authorities move hundreds of migrants from crowded Lampedusa centre
The move aimed to relieve some of the severe overcrowding at the centre, although it remains hugely oversubscribed.
New party representing second-generation migrants launches in Italy
The party is called 'Future is Now' and was founded by the son of two Morrocan migrants.
Alan Kurdi anniversary: Migrant children 'worse off' than 5 years ago
Five years ago, the picture of three-year-old Alan Kurdi washed up dead on a Turkish beach shocked the world. Nevertheless, refugee and migrant children are "often worse off" now than in 2015, says Save the Children.
Turkish lake turns into migrant graveyard
Lake Van, Turkey's biggest lake in the far east of the country, makes up part of the deadly route for Afghan, Pakistani and other migrants seeking security and economic opportunities in Europe.
'Unsustainable': Lampedusa calls for help after mass migrant arrival
The Italian coast guard also transported to Lampedusa another 49 people on Saturday from Banksy's rescue ship Louise Michel.
Migrant rescue ship seeking a port to dock at after Malta refusal
A rescue ship with more than 200 migrants aboard is struggling to find a port that it can dock at.
Seven dead in Greece as car carrying migrants crashes into roadworks
The migrants were believed to have recently entered the country when the crash happened, according to police.
France, Italy agree to unify border forces to fight people smuggling
Both countries' guards and officials will operate under one command to make them more effective.
How COVID-19 is complicating Europe's migrant problem
The return of NGO migrant rescue ships to the Mediterranean has brought Europe's migrant problem back into focus. And the issue is being compounded by the coronavirus pandemic.
The EU is paying migrants to go home and stay there. It's not working
A Euronews investigation across seven African states over six months has uncovered massive failings in a programme that has so far paid for 80,000 migrants to go home.
Climate change is fuelling fiercer fires and forcing people to migrate
Chris and Julie survived the fires in Pedrógão Grande on June 17, 2017. Haunted by the experience, they have migrated to cooler climes on Portugal’s coast.