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The European Immigration Crisis
The European Immigration Crisis
2016: Deadliest Year Yet in the Med

More refugees and migrants are drowning even as crossings decline, UNHCR reports.

The European Immigration Crisis
EU Keeps Borders Closed

There is nothing so permanent as a temporary measure.

The European Immigration Crisis
A Question of Identity

Few EU nations have resisted refugee resettlement more than Slovakia. To understand why, you have to go deeper than boilerplate about “xenophobia.”

The European Immigration Crisis
Refugee Crossings to Greece Down 97%

But that may be because of inhumane conditions in refugee camps and paralysis on repatriation.

The European Immigration Crisis
EU Approves New Border and Coast Guard Agency

The measure will help with the immigration crisis, but it’s time to do more—plus, how the U.S. can help.

The European Immigration Crisis
Poll: Half of Germans Sometimes Feel Like Foreigners in own Country

Related: AfD up, Merkel down.

The European Immigration Crisis
Paralyzed by Good Intentions

Greek Judges and European NGOs have brought the EU-Turkey refugee deal to a halt, report shows.

The European Immigration Crisis
ISIS Members Posing as Refugees Planned Paris-Style Attack on Düsseldorf

Germany arrests three in mass shooting, bombing plot.

The European Immigration Crisis
EU-Turkey Deal: Omnishambles

Turkey is shipping sick Syrians to the EU and holding back the educated, according to a new report. Meanwhile Greek judges are refusing to repatriate refugees.

The European Immigration Crisis
“If You Survive, You Can Stay” Claims Hundreds More Dead in Med

Seven hundred more migrants and refugees drown this weekend, including a dead baby, whose picture has caught the world’s attention.

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