In a Serbian camp, two generations of refugees are living cheek by jowl. On the Athens black market, the trade in counterfeit passports for asylum seekers is flourishing.
The question of refugee quotas has caused a divide between European Union countries, particularly between the east and west. Can the 28-nation bloc finally agree on asylum reforms before another migration crisis occurs?
Hungary and Poland's prime ministers have said their anti-immigration stances are gaining support within the EU and that they want a stronger say in the bloc's future. Both countries have rejected EU's refugee quotas.
The leaders of the "Southern Seven" met in Rome to discuss multiple problems facing the European Union. Migration was high on the agenda for many of the countries on the front lines of the recent migration crisis.
The EU has promised an extra €42.5 million to Palestinians for state-building efforts. The aid comes after the US decision to withhold millions in funding from the UN agency that supports Palestinian refugees.
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