More 70 million people have been forcibly displaced around the world because of war, conflict, and persecution, according to a new report by the UN Refugee Agency. The findings suggest that more people are displaced globally than currently live in all of France.
Euronews spoke to International Rescue Committee president David Miliband in Brussels.
reek police fired tear gas on Friday (April 5) to disperse migrants who had gathered in a field near the country's border with Northern Macedonia in the hope of making their way illegally up through the Balkans towards northern Europe.
The arrest of five migrants who hijacked a boat that rescued them highlights the failure of the European Union to take responsibility for migrant safety, the aid agency Médecins sans Frontières has said.
The government says this is a necessary step to integrate refugees into Greek society, but it has some refugees worried for their future.
Rescued migrants en route to Spain have been keeping their Christmas spirits up amid likely difficult conditions at sea.
Thousands of migrants are stranded in Bosnia and Herzegovina on the border with Croatia. As the winter closes in, the external border of the European Union is inching towards a humanitarian emergency. Around 21,000 migrants have taken this route seeking safe refuge in the EU.
Creating fashionable bags from dinghies carrying migrants in a new ethical business in Germany,
Several people have been injured in Bosnia & Herzegovina in a stand-off between police and migrants trying to cross into EU member state Croatia.
Police today removed more than 1,800 migrants living in makeshift tents at the Grande-Synthe migrant camp in France.
European governments must review their search and rescue capacities in the Mediterranean Sea according to the UN Refugee Agency in Geneva. "The fear is if there is no search and rescue in the Mediterranean, more lives will be lost,” says UNHCR spokesman Babar Baloch.
Preparations are underway in the German capital as the Turkish leader hails trip as a chance for the two nations to carve a new beginning after years of souring relations.
The Greek island of Lesbos has been hosting thousands of migrants since the crisis in 2015. But now, many of these refugee camps are facing dire conditions - overcapacity, lack of facilities and a less hospitable tone from locals.
The far-right is campaigning hard in the Swedish countryside ahead of Sunday's election on its pet theme of immigration, but neither the SD nor any other party appears to be addressing people's concerns.
Regional politicians say the exodus of people fleeing economic crisis in Venezuela is worthy of global recognition
Hungarian authorities have stopped distributing food to rejected asylum seekers held in transit zones, according to Human Rights Watch.
A higher-than-usual social media usage at the local level can lead to a spike in violent crimes in the area, a new study has found.
It's after the government in 2016, suspended the right for asylum seekers to bring immediate family members. But the new rules mean only a 1,000 people per month will be chosen
In its latest report on the process of returning refugees to Syria, The Russian Ministry of Defense has announced the return of over 70,000 Syrian refugees to Eastern Ghouta from refugee and internally displaced person (IDP) camps.
A shown down over migration has thrown the German coalition government into crisis mode.
After marathon talks that ran into Friday morning, Eu leaders claim they have agreed to a breakthrough migration deal, but is it a feasible solution? Euronews takes a look.
On World Refugee Day, we take a look at the numbers behind the global refugee crisis.
A record number of refugees was recorded in 2017 by the UNHCR.
Rescue boat Aquarius, which saved over 629 people from Libyan waters, has reached Valencia in Spain where it has finally docked. But what is next for the migrants aboard?
Italian authorities are to offload refugees from the Aquarius to ensure it is safe to travel on to Spain.
629 people rescued mainly from Libyan waters remain stranded on a vessel about halfway between Malta and Italy after Italy's new interior minister barred them from entry. Our correspondent Anelise Borges, who has been on the boat over the last week has this exclusive report.