British PM David Cameron has said the UK will provide settlement for "thousands more" Syrian refugees.
Anti-refugee rhetoric has been vociferous in the relatively homogenous Czech Republic, but the tide of public opinion may now be turning. Ian Willoughby reports from Prague.
Hungary migrant stand-off continues. Thousands of migrants still hope to be able to travel on. The wait might be in vain. Arpad Szoczi reports from Budapest.
The United Nations (UN) High Commissioner for Refugees has called for up to 200,000 refugees to be shared across the European Union. Various meetings are due to be held across the EU to discuss the crisis.
Five people have been injured in a fire in a migrant shelter in Heppenheim near Frankfurt. Police are investigating whether this may be the latest in a series of arson attacks on refugee homes across Germany.
Tensions between European countries are rising as the continent grapples with an unprecedented refugee crisis. The issue tops the agenda on Friday with Germany pushing for the controversial concept of quotas again.
Police in Hungary are once again letting refugees board trains at the station in Budapest. But the trains heading out of the country are making unplanned stops before reaching the border. Max Hofmann reports.
Hungary's prime minister told a press conference that Europeans fear the onslaught of refugees, Austrians disagree. They do agree, though, that politicians have failed to lead, reports Alison Langley from Vienna.
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