Many Turkish teachers, public servants and entrepreneurs, unable to return home because of fears of arrest and with no belief in the independence of the Turkish justice system, are trying to start a new life in the northern Greek city of Thessaloniki.
The 3,000-person-capacity Moria camp, currently home to 15,000 migrants, is among those earmarked for closure and conversion into a detention centre.
Totana became the only municipality ruled by the communist United Left party to vote massively for the far-right Vox party.
Ahead Israel's deadline to form a new government, Euronews traveled to the West Bank by invitation from the EU. The bloc's role in the region is in question, after the US policy shift away from the two-state solution.
Conditions for migrants in northern France remain dire three years since the demolition of the so-called Calais Jungle.
With the majority of British people in favour of reducing immigration to the UK, and a government largely following punitive policies that lead to detention for ayslum seekers, is it any wonder that the UK is ranked as one of the worst countries for those looking for shelter.
Around 100 people were arrested on October 30 as part of an operation to disperse a group of refugees and asylum seekers who had staged a prolonged sit-in near the United Nations refugee agency in Cape Town.
The islands are close to Turkey and have seen a surge of new arrivals. The UNHCR says there are now 33,700 people living there.
All you need to know about the jewellery brand on a mission to empower refugee women.
For thirty years, the parish of Riches Claires in Brussels has been caring for those new to European life.
Humanitarians and Arab filmmakers gathered during the 3rd edition of El Gouna Film Festival in Egypt to discuss the cinema industry’s role in refugee crises across the globe.
Stranded in France, forced out of Italy, refugees make a desperate bid for Britain
Home Secretary Priti Patel has promised to crackdown on 'ruthless people smugglers'.
'People can die if we don’t act,' says Axel Steier, the co-founder of the German NGO Mission Lifeline
'We don’t know where he started. We don’t know what his intentions were. We don’t know where he drowned.'
As another NGO ship is subject to a standoff over where to disembark, the EU urged member states to show the same 'spirit of solidarity' for the people aboard the Ocean Viking after six EU countries offered to take those aboard the Open Arms vessel.
Almost 100 migrants from Spanish charity ship Open Arms finally disembarked on the Italian island of Lampedusa after nearly three weeks at sea.
EU welcomes six European countries accepting migrants from Open Arms ship, calls situation in Mediterranean 'untenable'
As a five-year-old, Mevan Babakar found herself living in a refugee camp in the Netherlands, and vividly recalls being gifted a bike by a camp worker. Years later, she took to Twitter to find him.
It's not clear yet how many migrants Spain will be taking in.
"Ocean Viking", operated by Doctors Without Borders (MSF) and SOS Méditerranée, is stranded off the coast of Libya with around 356 migrants.
Since 2003, the [Eritrea] government has forced final year secondary school students - boys and girls - into compulsory military training at the Sawa military camp. They are then channelled into indefinite national service, either in military or civilian roles.
A group of migrants were rescued by Sea Eye's Alan Kurdi ship. The ship arrived in Malta after being banned from Italy.
Italy closed its Mineo refugee camp on Tuesday, which was at one point Europe's largest.
ProActiva Open Arms, a Spanish NGO that rescues migrants in the Mediterranean, brought one of their boats to Strasbourg to make a point. Euronews spoke with the crew and MEPs about the legal debate over rescuing migrants.
Uganda has an open policy for refugees - which aid organisations see as an example to others.