- London Evening StandardAug 18 11:05 PM
A capital at ease. By Julia Buckley
- Washington PostAug 25 12:29 PM
A waypoint for many migrants, the country aims to reroute the human tide with stretches of barbed wire.
- EurActivAug 31 08:02 AM
One National Guard serviceman was killed and several policemen badly wounded today (31 August), when an explosive device was thrown by far-right Svoboda Party and Right Sector protesters outside parliament, the Kyiv Post reports.
- MENAFNAug 22 12:23 AM
(MENAFN - The Peninsula) Macedonian riot police yesterday fired stun grenades to drive back thousands of mostly Syrian refugees stuck in no-man's land between Greece and Macedonia,...
- AFP via Yahoo! NewsSep 01 07:33 AM
Hungarian police blocked hundreds of migrants from boarding trains to western Europe from Budapest's main rail station Tuesday, as figures showed more than 350,000 have risked their lives to cross the Mediterranean this year. As hundreds of police, some in riot gear, moved people out of Keleti station, statistics from the International Organization for Migration (IOM) revealed the scale of the ...
- The Mckeesport Daily NewsAug 25 04:14 PM
BRUSSELS — Thousands of refugees, most fleeing wars in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan, have been snaking northward through the Balkans in recent days, confronting a ...
- Channel NewsAsiaSep 01 06:32 AM
Hungarian police evacuated Budapest's main international rail station on Tuesday (Sep 1) after hundreds of migrants tried to board trains to western Europe, as new figures showed more than 350,000 have risked their lives so far this year crossing the Mediterranean.
- AFP via Yahoo! NewsAug 21 03:27 PM
Macedonian riot police on Friday fired stun grenades to drive back thousands of mostly Syrian refugees stuck in no-man's land between Greece and Macedonia, the latest flashpoint in Europe's escalating migrant crisis. At least eight people were hurt near the Greek border village of Edomeni as the police in riot gear beat the migrants back with truncheons and threw the stun grenades, devices that...
- The Christian Science MonitorAug 26 11:06 AM
Europe is struggling with the greatest mass-movement of people across its borders since World War II. And the crisis has exposed the limitations and gaps in its immigration system.
- EurActivSep 01 03:13 AM
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko today (1 September) called yesterday's attack by extremist forces on Ukraine's parliament, in which a police officer was killed and several people were seriously wounded, "a stab in the back". Poroshenko addressed the nation in the aftermath of the worst unrest in the capital since a popular uprising ousted Moscow-backed president Viktor Yanukovych early last...