Nearly three-quarters of a million refugees have crossed the Mediterranean to get to Europe this year. Each one has a story to tell. We hear from one family arriving just in time for a new agreement between Croatia and Slovenia.
Many border disputes between former Yugoslavian constituent states remain unresolved, including along the Danube river between Serbia and Croatia. A Czech politician has proclaimed a new independent state there.
Slovenia has emerged as the winner in a long-standing maritime border dispute with Croatia in a ruling from The Hague. However, Croatia has said it will not be taking any notice.
Canada has sent a hundred soldiers to the US border to build a temporary camp for asylum applicants. The Trump administration's targeting of displaced people has led to thousands of unofficial crossings.
A legal opinion presented to the EU's top court says mandatory quotas for the relocation of refugees across the bloc should stand. Hungary and Slovakia have challenged the EU measure, claiming it's illegal.
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