Migrants

A new home in Europe?
Europe was plunged into crisis in 2015 as more than a million migrants flooded into the continent, making the risky journey across the Aegean to Greece or braving a perilous Mediterranean crossing. A deal with Turkey has stemmed the flow but can the EU agree a common approach to tackling the mass movement of people?
Ein Junge sitzt in Decken eingewickelt am Strand des Dorfes Skala Sikamias, nachdem er mit einem Beiboot die Ägäis von der Türkei aus überquert hat. Bis zu 1500 Kinder aus den Flüchtlingslagern auf den griechischen Ägäis-Inseln sollen in den kommenden Wochen in anderen europäischen Staaten aufgenommen werden.
Ein Junge sitzt in Decken eingewickelt a […]

EU to rehouse up to 1,500 refugee children living in Greek camps

Around 116,000 refugees and migrants are currently living in Greece. Among them are an estimated 5,500 unaccompanied minors.
Inhabitants hold a banner reading "Patriotic Movement of Pieria" outside the town hall in Makrygialos, some 460km north of Athens, during a protest on February 17, 2020 against the creation of a migrant hosting centre.
Inhabitants hold a banner reading "Patri […]

On Greek mainland, locals stonewall migrant relocations

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
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz (L, OeVP) and Vice Chancellor Werner Kogler (R, Green) attend the first Council of Ministers of a new government coalition of conservatives and Greens in Vienna on January 8, 2020. Photo: Alex Halada / AFP
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz (L, O […]

Austria’s unlikely coalition plan boasts ‘best of both worlds’

Austria's new coalition of conservatives and Greens has set out plans to make the country not only a pioneer in fighting climate change but also one that pursues anti-immigration policies
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