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Italy-Albania migration deal falls 'outside' EU law, says Commissioner
The deal struck between Italy and Albania to outsource the processing of asylum claims is not in breach of EU law because it falls "outside" EU law, says European Commissioner Ylva Johansson.
With Albania deal, Meloni aims to set the pace for EU migration policy
A year after coming into office, Giorgia Meloni has dared break a long-held taboo in the European Union's migration policy.
Germany agrees on stricter measures to curb migration
The number of new asylum applications for the year to date was around 73% higher at the end of September than in the same period last year.
Willkommenskultur: Has Germany turned its back on welcoming migrants?
After two electoral defeats for his coalition, Germany's Chancellor Olaf Scholz is now taking a tougher stance on migration, trying to ramp up efforts to deport those illegally in the country.
Serbian police arrest smugglers and find 700 migrants in raids
The police said recent raids are aimed at "curbing illegal migration" following a deadly clash between migrants in the Hungarian border last week.
Most British people view immigration positively, new study finds
Increasing numbers of British people hold more positive views towards immigrants, researchers have revealed.
The EU can help ease migration flows without knocking on Saied's door
It is becoming evident that the cash-for-migration-curbs model would neither be easy nor a long-term solution, Ghazi Ben Ahmed writes.
'Nothing seems to have worked': UK migration policy criticised
Glaring issues were found with the Conservative government's attempts to stop migrants coming to Britain.
The EU can’t hope for unity until it solves its Schengen conundrum
A chain is as strong as its weakest link, as the saying goes, and Brussels can’t afford a lack of unity or coherence regarding free movement. If a country deserves to be part of Schengen, it should be allowed in, Cristian Gherasim writes.
EU calls for tougher visa suspension rules to address security risks
The European Commission has proposed sharpening its visa suspension rules to address the "abuse" of visa-free travel in Europe.
Tunisia snubs Brussels and refunds €60 million in EU aid
The Tunisian government has sent back the €60 million in EU funds that were released last week, the European Commission confirmed on Thursday.
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Brussels sounds alarm about EU's rapidly ageing population
The European Union's rapidly ageing population threatens to undermine the bloc's competitiveness, exacerbate labour shortages, inflate public budgets and deepen regional inequalities.
EU migration reform enters final stretch. Here's what to expect
The European Union is inching closer to reforming its migration policy, a once-in-a-generation opportunity to establish consistent rules for all member states. But there's still work to do before reaching the finish line.
Meloni and Sunak join forces to combat illegal immigration in Europe
The two leaders, who have both made fighting illegal immigration a priority for their respective governments, have announced they will work together on cutting back on migrant arrivals in Europe.
EU countries agree new rules to manage future migration crises
The preliminary agreement reached on Wednesday paves the way for establishing common rules to manage an unexpected mass arrival of asylum seekers, a crucial element of the European Union's migration reform.