With more and more people seeking asylum in Germany, accommodation is getting scarcer. In the southern city of Augsburg, a former retirement home has been converted into a hotel for both refugees and regular tourists.
Matteo Salvini has warned "the good times for illegals are over." EU ministers will soon be debating the controversial Dublin Regulation at a high-level bloc meeting.
Nigerian asylum seekers in Germany seem to find it easier than other African refugees to integrate into the labor market, a survey found.
France is working on a new immigration law designed to streamline the asylum process. But aid workers fear the legislation could turn the country into a proper "expulsion machine," reports Lisa Louis from Paris.
Bracing for a record tourist season, Greece is trying to lure back travelers to islands hit hardest by the refugee crisis. In doing so, though, hoteliers are spurning bids by aid groups to rent rooms to refugees.
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