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Sweden lifts border checks as migrant tide becomes a trickle
New legislation comes into effect to tighten document checks across the EU, particularly in countries at the bloc's external borders.
Be prepared for possible delays if you are planning to travel in or out of Europe’s Schengen zone.
EU officials say Schengen border checks should be extended by three months when they expire next month.
Britons could have to pay a five-euro fee to enter EU countries in the future, under a new Brussels plan to fight terrorism.
One year after a fence went up on the Hungarian-Serbian border to stop the flow of migrants, flash mobs have turned out in Budapest.
EU Ministers have agreed on an ‘emergency brake’ for visa waiver programmes for some countries.
As the flow of migrants continues to flow across the Aegean Sea between Turkey and Greece Europe’s news crews are following the story.
This is the final episode of ‘The Network’, euronews’ hard talk with a matrix of newsmakers. The headlines: Nearly 60 years on, the European Union
Macedonian officials have closed the border with Greece, while Slovenia, Croatia and Serbia have also imposed tough restrictions
Countries in eastern Europe are now on alert for any new migration routes opening up after the Former Yugoslavian Republic of Macedonia or “FYROM”
There is now a bottleneck of more than 15,000 migrants along the Greek-Macedonian border
It is a last-ditch attempt to save Schengen. The European Commission has unveiled a timetable to restore the fraying open border zone by the end of
Angela Merkel has called for a return to Europe’s Schengen system of open borders as soon as possible. The German chancellor said the pictures of
The president of the European Council, Donald Tusk, has kicked off a week of shuttle diplomacy as the EU seeks to get a grip on the refugee crisis
Denmark has announced that it will extend temporary controls at the German border for at least ten more days.
Austria announces tighter border controls, sparking fears for the future of the Schengen zone.
Visegrad group calls for new border fence north of Greece Plan B is response to chaotic EU migration policy Proposal could split Schengen zone
A permanent return to frontier controls in Europe would cost countries in the Schengen open-borders area about 110 billion euros ($120 billion) over
MEPs are calling for stricter migration measures to save the Schengen zone. It is a turbulent time for the passport-free area. The migrant crisis has