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Leaders Of Greece Bulgaria Romania Back Serbia EU Membership

The prime ministers of Bulgaria, Greece, and Romania have expressed their support for Serbia's bid to join them in the European Union, saying the...

Refugees, Migrants Risk Death as Bitter Cold Grips Europe

U.N. aid agencies are appealing to authorities in Europe to assist and protect thousands of refugees and migrants trying to survive the harsh winter...

Thessaloniki International Fair to Honor Russia

Russia will be the honored country at the 81st Thessaloniki International Fair (TIF) that will be held on September 10-18, 2016 within the framework of...

Croatia on Front Line of Crisis as Migrants Break Through Police Lines

There were harrowing scenes Thursday at Croatia’s border with Serbia as riot police tried to hold back thousands of refugees and migrants who were...

Tensions Rise as Hungary Prepares to Bar Illegal Migrants

The steady flow of migrants into Hungary from Serbia may come to a halt Tuesday. Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orban has promised tough action against...

Refugee Pressure Builds on Serbia, Hungary

Pressure is building in Serbia and Hungary as officials brace for a new influx of refugees this week. U.N. officials in Serbia said they expect...

Hungarian Police Struggle with Refugee Influx

Hungarian police on Monday struggled to control refugees entering by the thousands at Hungary’s border with Serbia. Police kept a large group of exhausted and...

As Europe Migrant Crisis Swells, UN Urges Better Response

Record numbers of migrants are entering Hungary, officials said Tuesday, as well as arriving in many other parts of Europe. The U.N. refugee agency...

Hungary Looks to Block Entry of Thousands of Migrants

Thousands of migrants rode trains and buses and walked through FYROM and Serbia on Sunday in an effort to get to European Union member...

Hundreds of Migrants and Refugees Swamp FYROM Train Station

Although Greece's unprecedented migrant and refugee influx has been well documented this year, the country is just the beginning of their journey toward central Europe. On Saturday, hundreds...