Presidential elections in France: A nation at the crossroads between democracy and far-right extremism. And: Three years ago in Ukraine over 40 people were killed after a building was set on fire in Odessa.
Hungary will not sign the UN's first compact on global migration, after all UN member nations except the US approved the draft to be signed in December. Prime Minister Viktor Orban has taken a tough stance on migration.
No EU migration plan can succeed without the Western Balkans, says Michael Roth, Germany's deputy minister for European affairs. He told DW it would top the agenda in talks with the six countries seeking to join.
The Berlin government has agreed to process asylum applications from 50 of the 450 migrants aboard two EU vessels. Italy is testing a renewed promise by EU leaders to share the migrant burden across Europe.
One of German Chancellor Angela Merkel's most vocal critics, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban is coming to Berlin to talk refugees. His uncompromising asylum policy has made him a favorite of German conservatives.
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