The EU-Turkey deal to stem the mass influx of people into Europe is controversial. The UN says Turkey can't provide refugees with a safe place to stay. DW’s Oliver Sallet reports from Lesbos, one Greek island that migrants are being deported from.
As migration to Europe surges, Italy has issued threats against aid organizations assisting refugees in the Mediterranean. Is it a call for help directed at the EU? Bernd Riegert reports from Brussels.
Sweden's immigration authorities have called for the deportation of a 106-year-old Afghan woman. Bibihal Uzbeki had a stroke after she heard her asylum bid had been denied.
A district court in Germany has convicted three Syrian smugglers to several years imprisonment. The trial centered on the deaths of 13 refugees in the Mediterranean.
A filthy prison instead of a safe haven: Iranian refugee Arash Hampay joined a hunger strike on Lesbos to protest the dire living conditions at the Moria asylum center. Thousands of refugees are detained there.
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