Idomeni was evacuated – but only half of the migrants there could be brought to official camps. The other half disappeared. Many went to several new makeshift camps. But Greek authorities have started to tear these down as well.
A refugee NGO in Italy is hoping that the country's new populist government will fail to implement the hardline immigration reforms promised during the election campaign. DW's Bernd Riegert reports from Rome.
Interior Minister Horst Seehofer has promised action after complaints that Germany's migration office simply approved asylum applications en masse. But the Greens say he's stonewalling and threaten action of their own.
Immigration offices in Germany do not have hardware they need to identify migrants, according to media reports. A lack of fingerprint scanners means authorities cannot keep track of asylum-seekers.
About 250 competitors from Africa who arrived in Australia to take part in the Gold Coast Games have overstayed their visas, far more than initial expectations. Fifty of them are on the run from immigration authorities.
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