Spain's foreign minister revealed that U.S. President Trump suggested building a wall along the Sahara desert to stem the arrival of migrants.
EU leaders have agreed to open talks with Egypt and other north African countries as "an important further step" to curb migration to Europe.
Journalists on the Greek island of Lesbos downed tools to protest aggression by far-right militants seeking to capitalize on refugees and migrants.
There are currently over 5 million undocumented migrants residing in Saudi Arabia, but the Kingdom is now actively seeking to deport them.
The sustained effort by the EU to reduce arrivals from Libya is an approach whereby the lives of people on the move are neither respected nor valued.
Workers at a camp for migrants on the Greek island of Lesbos said Friday they will go on strike to protest overcrowding.
Madrid estimates that 10,000 minor migrants are on Spanish soil alone without their parents and has unblocked $46.5 million for regions willing to welcome them.
Riots and hunger strikes have broken out in refugee detainment centers in Libya as conditions there have deteriorated.
Riot police in the eastern German city of Chemnitz braced for new far-right protests after a knife killing, allegedly by a Syrian and an Iraqi man, sparked racist mob attacks.
With a new policy that targets legal immigrants who receive a variety of public benefits, Trump's administration validates the untruth that immigrants drain government assistance.
French hotel and restaurant owners are lobbying the government to regularise more illegal migrants in order to fill 100,000 jobs for which they have found no French takers.
The European Union proposed financial incentives to member countries to admit migrants from Mediterranean rescue boats, 6,000 euros for every admitted person.
The new Italian government wants to have a dialogue with Russia on the topic of international security. It seeks Moscow's assistance in stemming the flow of refugees into the country.
An Afghan man deported from Germany has been found dead in a hotel room in Kabul after committing suicide.
France's Constitutional Court ruled Friday that people could not be charged for helping migrants who entered the country illegally.
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