Slovenia's refugee quota has left thousands stranded in northern Croatia in near-freezing temperatures. DW's liveblog brings you live updates from the bottlenecked border crossing.
It is the largest refugee crisis in Europe since World War II, with thousands risking their lives to travel to Europe. But many refugees who've become separated from their relatives are using social media to reconnect. (07.10.2015)
Amidst the refugee crisis, Syrians are turning to social media for help. A look at Google Search results coming out of Syria and Instagram accounts of refugees who made it to Europe reveals what Syrians are dealing with. (12.10.2015)
Germany's migration agency is taking out newspaper and online ads warning would-be refugees - especially from the Balkans - against seeking asylum in Germany. Experts say the approach will likely have little effect. (19.08.2015)
When hundreds of thousands of refugees made their way into Europe in August and September 2015, German Chancellor Angela Merkel decided to engage in an open-door policy toward the newcomers. What's happened since then?
Slovenia has passed a bill that allows police to seal the border with Croatia to prevent migrants from entering the country. The nation is on the edge of the Schengen Area of free travel in Europe.
A legal opinion presented to the EU's top court says mandatory quotas for the relocation of refugees across the bloc should stand. Hungary and Slovakia have challenged the EU measure, claiming it's illegal.
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