Europe’s Migrant Challenge Expected to Continue Into 2016

Europe in 2015 faced its most severe migration crisis in centuries as an estimated one million people – mostly Muslims – fled war in...

UN: Step Up Efforts to Protect Migrants, Refugees

A new U.N. report expresses concern about rising xenophobia and discrimination against migrants and refugees. “Xenophobic and racist responses to refugees and migrants seem to...

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...

Visa Requirement for Post-Brexit Brits Could Hurt Greek Tourism

Greek hoteliers and others connected to the tourist trade could see a sharp fall in British visitors if post-Brexit visa fees being suggested in...

PM Theresa May Resigns After Brexit Failure (video)

British Prime Minister Theresa May has said she will quit as Conservative leader on June 7, paving the way for a contest to decide...

Coronavirus Pandemic: Europe Blasts US Travel Ban

President Donald Trump's announcement of a 30-day European travel ban beginning at midnight on Friday drew a sharp rebuttal from the European Union on Thursday,...
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Why Frontex Can’t Solve the Mediterranean Migration Crisis on Its Own

Frontex operations alone cannot be a solution to Europe's immigration problem as the agency does not have the scope or ability to address the causes of the current migration crisis.

Racist Delirium on Polish Magazine Cover

While Greece received thousands of refugees in the past year -- with a large number of them taking their last breath in the sea...

‘Suntan’ by Argyris Papadimitropoulos Wins Top Prize at Edinburgh Film Festival

The film 'Suntan' directed by Argyris Papadimitropoulos and shot entirely on the island of Antiparos won the prize for Best International Feature Film at...

It is Unacceptable For Some EU Countries to Refuse to Accept Refugees, Says Europarliament...

The austerity can't reduce the public debt, said European parliament president Antonio Tajani in an interview with the Saturday edition of Nea newspaper. "Greece needs...