The 15-year-old Syrian refugee allegedly assaulted in a video that went viral has spoken of his suffering since coming to England.
Situation unclear as camps struggle to cope, and alternative sites may be no better.
Children and young people explain what it's like to grow up in an overcrowded refugee camp, and how access to a family support center gives them hope.
In the era of misinformation, what do the numbers reveal about terrorism trends in Europe and beyond?
Most of the migrants in the caravan, who are from Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador, say they'll continue heading north towards the United States.
In this edition of Insiders, we go to Niger, Africa’s gateway to Europe. Each year at least 100,000 migrants from Niger and neighboring Sub-Saharan countries used to travel from there to Libya in the hope of making it to Europe.
"Insiders" producer Sophie Claudet speaks with reporter Valerie Gauriat, just back from investigating the latest situation on Niger's border with Libya.
On the immigration, terrorism and global warming frontlines, one of the world's poorest nations has a multitude of problems piecemeal aid will not solve.
Portugal has received 46 migrants from the Aquarius rescue ship in the last weeks.
Nine of them, from Somalia, are living in a social residence in Miranda do Corvo, a small village in the center of Portugal. Euronews went to see them
Why the Austrian-Danish principle of “enforcement first, legal admissions later” is not a feasible fix for Europe's dysfunction asylum and refugee system.
What happens when your community becomes outnumbered by a sudden wave of refugees? On the border with Myanmar, Bangladeshi communities are discovering that. with aid, co-operation, not exclusion, is the way forward.
Naser Haghamed fled Eritrea as a teenager. Now CEO of Islamic Relief Worldwide, he says faith groups must play a greater role in protecting Syrians and other refugees, and preventing the root causes of displacement.
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: the idea of external processing centres for migrants is criticised, as the EU opens dialogue with Egypt
On average, more than 850 children arrived on the Greek islands each month between January and August.
What are we protecting: refugees or wealthy nations' borders?
A court in Chemnitz freed an Iraqi man who had been held as the main suspect in a deadly stabbing that sparked violence.
Liverpool Mayor Joe Anderson said those responsible for defacing the memorial “have had their brains invaded by hatred.”
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The latest "Uncut with Daniel Cohn-Bendit" tackles the issue that has the most potential to damage the European Union.
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.
Exclusive: Lebanese PM Hariri addresses working with Hezbollah and previous resignation