The fake letter says residents should keep "the living conditions of these individuals in such a way that they voluntarily leave Switzerland."
Since both Italy and Malta have toughened their stances on migration, Spain has seen a surge in asylum seeker applications.
EU Council President Donald Tusk said progress had been made but the European Union must end the “blame game” on migration and focus on working more with foreign countries and further strengthening its border to bring down arrivals.
Amid divisions in the EU, leaders come together at an informal meeting to discuss crunch issues
The ministers from Italy and Luxembourg have continued their war of words which flared up when Matteo Salvini likened African immigrants to slaves.
West African towns lose economic lifeline as EU moves to toughen migration policies at external borders.
The interior ministers of Austria and Italy have called on the EU to hold rescued migrants at sea until their asylum claims are processed.
Brussels "confident" that next government will continue with strong commitment to Europe
What recent right-wing rallies in the East German town of Chemnitz reveal about the country's growing shift to the right.
Economic development programmes won't deter youth in countries like Somalia and Afghanistan from migrating unless they're accompanied by efforts to improve stability.
An estimated two and a half thousand people took to the streets in an anti-migrant demonstration in the German city of Koethen last night.
Liverpool Mayor Joe Anderson said those responsible for defacing the memorial “have had their brains invaded by hatred.”
How easy is it to become a citizen of the European country you live in? Euronews takes a look at some of the quirkiest, and toughest, ordeals candidates will face.
Swedes are getting ready to cast their votes in this weekend's general election, and far-right parties are expected to make historic gains in what should be a close contest.
Two police officers in Germany’s southern state of Bavaria are being investigated over allegations that they performed the illegal Nazi salute.
A German court has sentenced a failed asylum seeker to eight-and-a-half years in prison for murdering his 15-year-old ex-girlfriend, in a case that has fueled anti-migrant sentiment in the country.
Raw Politics launched today on Euronews with a discussion about the migrant debate that has shaken Germany.
In this edition of State of the Union: Trouble at sea, as French fishing crews ram British vessels in row over scallop rights, is it a sign of
Standoff over migrants stuck on boat in Catania takes new turn.
Fewer EU citizens migrated to the UK in the year to March 2018, and more nationals from eight Eastern European member states left the country than those who entered for the first time in 10 years, according to data released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
The UN’s Migration Agency confirms that Spain is now the preferred destination for migrants and refugees crossing the Mediterranean – but overall arrivals into Europe are well below 2017 and 2016 figures.
Morocco may have relaxed migration controls into Europe as leverage in key negotiations with Brussels, it’s been claimed.
Spain has received triple the amount of people compared to the same period last year. It's set to rapidly surpass the total for 2017 with 38% of those migrating to Europe from Africa by sea now arriving in Spain.
When Juliana Vintala was working as a tax consultant in Romania, she never envisaged working as a cleaner. But in Vienna, she found work as a hospital cleaner, and this #Europeanhero is pleased to make patients more comfortable.
Six-thousand euros would be paid for each migrant taken in, but Italy's already slamming the offer.
Budapest is referred to EU Court of Justice and 'Stop Soros' law is criticised