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Greece says it prevented 260,000 migrants from entering in 2022
Ankara insists it follows international law, but if a migrant qualifies for refugee status they cannot be ruled to have broken the law by crossing a border.
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Women, children and the elderly are seeing out the winter in a camp for displaced people in Syria's Idlib near the border with Turkey. They burn plastic waste on open fires to keep warm,
From refugee to Olympian: Inside Netflix biopic 'The Swimmers'
Champion swimmer Yusra Mardini was profoundly moved by the movie retelling of her epic journey from war-torn Syria to Germany, and then on to Olympic glory.
Turkey inaugurates village for displaced Syrians in Idlib
Turkey inaugurates the 'Musiad' housing complex in Idlib for displaced internally displaced Syrians. The village was built with Ankara's support on the outskirts of Mashhad Ruhin.
Eight children among Syrian refugees killed in Turkey house fire
Investigators believe the blaze was caused by a stove heater.
Merkel wins award for Germany's open door policy to refugees
"By helping more than one million refugees to survive and rebuild, Angela Merkel has shown great moral and political courage."
German FM offers praise and criticism on visit to Greece and Turkey
Annalena Baerbock has been meeting with her counterparts in Athens and Ankara over the weekend to discuss migrants, border security and a Mediterranean island spat.
Ex-German soldier jailed for planning attack posed as Syrian refugee
Prosecutors had described him as a "far-right terrorist" who had been inspired by extremist ideologies "for several years".
Syrian refugee carves incredible model of Cologne Cathedral
Fadel Alkhudr arrived in Cologne in 2015, having fled the war in Syria. Four years later he began carving a model of the city's cathedral in his small basement.
Austrian government dismantles international migrant smuggling group
The network had allegedly trafficked thousands of Syrian refugees to Western Europe.
Ukraine: puppet of Syrian refugee girl 'Little Amal' arrives in Lviv
"Little Amal", the giant puppet depicting a Syrian refugee girl, arrived in the Western city of Lviv, Ukraine, on Wednesday.
Syrian artist exiled in Paris denounces dictatorship with sculpture
Syrian artist Khaled Dawwa fled to France from Syria in 2014. With 'Here is my heart!', a huge work representing the neighborhood of Ghouta, he urges people not to forget the massacres committed by the Syrian regime.
Giant puppet, of Syrian girl, visits sights of Paris
A giant puppet, representing a Syrian girl, meandered through the leafy gardens of the Palais Royal in Paris on Thursday to raise awareness of the plight of migrants
Dozens arrested in Turkey over attacks on Syrian refugees
Police detained 76 people in connection with attacks on homes and businesses owned by Syrians amid heightened tensions in Turkey against refugees.
How Europe can work with refugees and emerge from the pandemic
The UN is focusing on greater inclusion for World Refugee Day. Euronews spoke to a Syrian charity worker in the UK on how this could be achieved.
'Almost harder than war': Denmark refugee on being sent home to Syria
Ahmad Zanon on the mental strain of being a refugee in Denmark at the moment.
Bashar Assad re-elected as Syria's president in a predicted landslide
Syrian officials say Assad won 95.1% of the votes with turnout at 78.6%; however, there were no independent monitors and the West has already described the election as a sham.
Denmark first in EU to begin revoking residency for Syrian refugees
Denmark deems some parts of Syria safe for refugees to return to, and those that refuse to return face being sent to deportation centres.
Denmark must not put safety of Syrian refugee children at risk | View
"It recently emerged that the Danish authorities are beginning to strip hundreds of Syrian refugees of their temporary residence permits, and thus of their protection," writes Jeremy Stoner of Save the Children.
Ten years of war in Syria, through the eyes of Syrians forced to flee
A decade since the start of the conflict that has torn Syria apart, Euronews spoke to Syrians who were forced to flee their country, and have now found refuge in various parts of Europe.