As the coronavirus dominates headlines, activists fear the Mediterranean is the scene of an overlooked tragedy as more migrants try to cross, Europe closes its ports and rescue ships cease to function
Romanian workers are in high demand as farms and home care firms in western Europe clamour for help from the east, even with borders closed because of the coronavirus pandemic
Border regions of Greece were on a state of alert at the weekend as they faced an influx of thousands of migrants seeking to cross from Turkey, with locals fearing a new immigration crisis
The village of Makrygialos is one of many areas in mainland Greece where the government is locked in a tug of war with local communities over the housing of migrants
New European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen was sworn into office on Sunday. She has set a plan and goals she wants to achieve in her five-year term. Von der Leyen will be however facing some challenges in return.
EU powers France, Germany and Italy, along with smaller member Malta, will on Tuesday seek to rally the rest of the bloc to a joint scheme to distribute migrants saved at sea
From one operation to the next, it's not the migrants who are saved but the ones they can do nothing to help that leave the worst mental scars on the Mediterranean's rescue crews