Maltese Prime Minister, Joseph Muscat has announced on Twitter that following discussions with the European Commission, 6 EU member states
Only migrants in extreme health conditions have been taken in by Malta and Italy.
EU Border Guards Use ‘a Little Bit of Force’ to Push Migrants Back to Bosnia, Croatia’s President Admits
Reports of "push-backs" at the Croatian - Bosnian border, which is also an external border for the European Union, have
Italy has been trying to convince the entire European Union to help relieve pressure it is experiencing from the ongoing
Italy’s hardline Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Matteo Salvini took part on Tuesday in the closure of the migrant
The EU is preparing similar missions in four other countries in the Western Balkans on the Balkan Route of migrants
Violent crimes committed by asylum seekers have been reported as "other" in a Dutch government document.
From Greece’s ‘German Reparations’ to UK’s EU Elections: EU’s Top Stories from April 17, 2019, Ranked
The 10 EU news and developments from April 17, 2019, that matter the most.
Large swaths of the Southern and Eastern EU are worried about population loss.
A donation of EUR 1,500 from Tarrant from over a year ago has thrown suspicions over Martin Sellner.
13-Year-Old Hero in Italy Bus Attack Ramy Shehata to Get Italian Citizenship, Salvini Calls Him ‘Son’
Ramy Shehata, the son of an Egyptian immigrant, would have otherwise been eligible for Italian citizenship only after he turns