As EU officials prepare to present a proposal on refugee policy, hundreds of migrants remain camped out in a park in Brussels. With Belgian authorities taking a hands-off approach, volunteers are providing assistance.
When hundreds of refugees camped out in Athens in 2015, the women's organization Melissa Network found itself at the forefront of the crisis. It has grown to become a thriving space for the empowerment of refugee women.
In 2016, the funds paid to Brussels by Britain were about half what "Leave" campaign advocates claimed. EU contributions amounted to only 1.2 percent of UK government spending.
European refugee policy is directed out of Brussels – a city where the negative consequences of that policy are on display. DW's Daniel Bellut reports from the Belgian capital's Parc Maximilien.
Italy wants to work more closely with Libya to limit the number of sea crossings by migrants and potential asylum seekers. But what are the consequences?
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