Not all Hungarians support prime minister Viktor Orban's anti-migrant fence. Villagers in Kübekhaza are outraged by his nationalist policies and see the barrier as a disgraceful symbol of his closed-door policy.
In many EU countries, right-wing populists are benefiting from the unsolved migration problems. A European solution is becoming increasingly difficult, and countries are starting to go it alone.
The Bavarian conservative leader has emerged as the chancellor's leading rival, and if he gets his way on migrants, he could be her undoing. As a look at Seehofer's past shows, this collision has been a long time coming.
Hungary is set to vote on possible criminal penalties against individuals or groups accused of supporting illegal migrants. It's called the "Stop Soros" bill; Orban's government has accused the financier of many things.
Slovenian President Borut Pahor has announced he will make an offer to right-wing opposition leader Janez Jansa to form a government after Jansa's SDS party secured nearly 25 percent in the parliamentary election.
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