According to the Dublin Regulation, a migrant's application has to be processed in the EU country where the person first arrived. Is it fair?
Hungary has suspended asylum rules that require it to take back refugees who first enter the country before travelling on to other EU member states. The EU has said it wants "immediate clarification" on the issue. (23.06.2015)
Hungary has retracted its announcement that it would suspend EU refugee reception rules just one day after saying that it would. But Robert Schwartz says the damage has been immense. (24.06.2015)
Hungary's announcement that it would suspend the acceptance of asylum seekers sent back from other EU countries came as the union struggles to agree on new migration polities. An EU lawmaker says dialogue is needed. (24.06.2015)
The German chancellor views the EU-Turkey migrant deal as a model for working with North African countries. Following an informal EU summit, the bloc decided to broaden engagement with Arab states to stem migration.
This summer, up to 4,000 refugees attempted to reach the EU via Bosnia-Herzegovina. Most remain stranded in camps, facing the prospect of a harsh winter. Frank Hofmann reports from Velika Kladusa.
Italy and Austria have put forth a plan to process refugees on ships, with Austria's interior minister saying asylum-seekers would be "well looked after." Both governments support curbing immigration in their countries.
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The father of the gunman expressed his sadness over the attack in Orlando and said his son was "a good guy and well-educated." The video was deleted on his Facebook account just a few hours after it was published.
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