People go to the polls against a backdrop of profound changes
Images of the Syrian toddler washed up on the beach three years ago shook the world.
On Friday, Hungary vocalised their opposition to a compromise between the EU and the Arab League over concerns about migrants.
It is feared that around 130 migrants have drowned in shipwrecks off Djibouti, according to the United Nations migration agency.
Here's our round-up of all the news stories making headlines on day three of the World Economic Forum in Davos.
A Davos panel, moderated by Euronews correspondent Isabelle Kumar, looked at ways of better managing migration flows.
Italy's Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini called France's Emmanuel Macron a "bad president" and urged the French people not to support his party in the upcoming European parliament elections.
The principle of the first country of entry remains, the Luxembourg-based judges ruled
Di Maio accused France of manipulating African countries and exacerbating the European migration crisis, in comments made over the weekend
Keen to block migration, European governments invented a work-around to circumvent their legal obligations: they gave the Libyan Coast Guard support to intercept people at sea and return them to Libya.
Africa inches closer to getting a passport for all this year.
Watch a panel on Euronews' Raw Politics show debate the latest comments from Hungarian PM Viktor Orban and the EU's immigration policy.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said the migration issue will shock Europe in the next decade during his first government news conference of 2019
In this edition of The Brief: the Pope calls for solidarity over migrants in Europe, while a standoff continues over asylum proposals, animal welfare is on the agenda for free trade agreements and Orthodox Christmas is marked in Europe.
Euronews' Anelise Borges reflects on the top French newsmakers of 2018
May unveils Brexit plans
Here is our round-up of key stories from around Europe today.
Family says Jakelin Caal was in good health on arriving at US border.
More campaigns similar to the anti-migration billboard seen in Brussels, commissioned by Hungary's government, could be organised if the country's leaders are “rejected” by the European Parliament, Budapest's secretary of state for international communications told Euronews.
A group formed by Thomas Piketty aims to fight right-wing populism in the EU. Its core proposal is the creation of an €800 billion annual budget – equivalent to 4 per cent of the EU's GDP, and four times the the bloc's current budget.
Representatives from over 100 countries are in Morocco today for the UN Global Migration Summit, trying to find enough common ground to sign the final draft of a migration pact- but a series of major countries have already pulled out of the negotiations.
Europe divided over UN migration pact
Over a year ago, Awa Meite Van tuyl directed a documentary on Subsaharan migrants. But the Malian director chose to paint a different picture than the one so commonly showed in the media. In a 12 epis
CDU: New leader to review Merkel's migration policies
It has left the Belgian government fighting for survival and prompting the departure of Slovakia's foreign minister — what is the UN migration pact that is causing unexpected political unrest in the EU?
Data from the Office for National Statistics showed net migration to Britain of non-EU
citizens rose to a record 248,000 in the year to June 2018 - the highest since 2004, thanks to a surge in student numbers.