French President Hollande has admitted to a 'lack of judgment' in the controversial case about the deportation of Leonarda Dibrani and her family. He's welcomed the 15-year-old student back - but only without her family.
A woman from Kosovo recovers in a German hospital after attempting suicide. Meanwhile, her entire family is deported from Germany. How could this happen? Oliver Pieper went to find out.
Gunter Demnig has laid down over 60,000 brass-plated stumbling stones in 22 countries so that the victims of the Holocaust are never forgotten. The sculptor is turning 70 today.
A planned wall near the French port of Calais aims to deter migrants from ambushing trucks bound for Britain, but many see the construction as a darker symbol of Europe's rising barriers against asylum seekers.
What comes after pariah in the league of nation states? Fiona Clark looks at where the rhetoric around Russia's actions in Syria could lead.
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