They fled war and poverty, now they're bringing a taste of home to Italy: Meet the female refugees carving out a new career in the kitchen.
They were found hidden in a truck at the Slovenia-Croatia border.
Each January, a jury of German linguists picks out what it calls the "non-word" of the year: a word that’s ugly because of what it means.
Europe needs and depends on migration to sustain its own development and the well-being of its citizens. Yet, when it comes to acknowledging their contributions, migrants are left at the mercy of socio-economic hardships on the fringes of society.
The EU's new migration proposal was discussed for the first time by the bloc's interior ministers today, beginning what is likely to be a long and uncertain process.