Ankara's decision follows a decision by a Greek court to release eight soldiers suspected of being involved in the July 2016 coup attempt
Sebastian Kurz says Austria will use its six-month presidency of the EU to focus on migration
According to the United Nations, almost half of migrants are women, most of them poor
German Chancellor says failure to implement joint system could threaten fundamental aspects of the European Union
Newly sworn-in Guiseppe Conte has outlined his government's agenda ahead of a confidence vote
Janez Janša, has seen an increase in support since hundreds of thousands of migrants crossed Slovenia to Western Europe two years ago.
Over a nearly two year period, more than 3,500 migrants have ventured into the mountains to seek asylum in France.
Two-year-old Mawda Shawri was reportedly shot in a van carrying illegal immigrants, as it was chased by police
EU Parliament piles pressure for reform of broken asylum system
Migrants hoping to reach the EU are stuck in Serbia because of tough Hungarian and Croatian border controls
Roots of EU celebrated, as bloc faces rise in Euroscepticism
The bloc is seeking to reform the current system to avoid another big refugee crisis this summer
In a speech at Versaille to mark his first year in office President Emmanuel Macron spoke of the battle for the heart of Europe and his vision for the continent
Euronews has been to Niger, where many migrants are returning after facing tough conditions in neighbouring Libya
With Hungary's Viktor Orban sealing a third consecutive election win, what should Europe take from it?
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: Migration is a hot topic in the run-up to Hungary’s election, but how much of a vote winner will it be
Orban's Fidesz party uses the issue to occupy the far right ground while the traditional far-right Jobbik re-brands itself as more centrist
With Orban's FIdesz party tipped for another election win, the spotlight's turned on Hungary's future role in Europe
Two years after Brussels bombings, how is Belgium tackling radicalisation and terrorism?
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: The future of Turkey-EU relations is in the spotlight, as both sides meet for a summit in the Bulgarian
"Fear is a constant," says a Syrian woman living in a camp on the Greek islands, where thousands of asylum seekers remain stuck because of a deal the EU struck with Turkey two years ago, according to Amnesty International.
New legislation puts an end to free medical treatment of undocumented foreigners.
The tenor of the campaign leading up to Italy’s national elections on immigration issues is profoundly alarming, writes Human Rights Watch's Judith Sunderland from Milan.
Viktor Orban wants at least half of the more than one billion euros that Hungary has spent on border protection refunded.
New figures show net migration to the UK from EU countries continues to slide after the Brexit vote. But more people continue to come to Britain than leave.
Hungarian PM Viktor Orban lashes out at Europe's migration policies during visit to Bulgaria