The Slovakian minister of foreign affairs writes exclusively for Newsweek.
Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic posted to Twitter on Friday.
The Slovenian government say that they received no prior warning before construction began.
Serbia's press has branded the Croatian PM an "idiot" and a "madman."
The Syrian president was photographed at Eid prayers despite rebels being just miles away.
European Union leaders announced the donation at a summit held on Wednesday evening.
The 'us vs. them' mentality could become a self-fulfilling prophecy.
European governments forced through the plan to resettle 120,000 despite opposition from four countries.
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A quarter of a million refugees arrived in July and August alone.
The Italian prime minister questioned the new Labour leader's ability to win elections.
Analysts blamed election fatigue for record low number of voters.
Democrats also rounded on Carson after he said Islam is "inconsistent" with American values.
Jens Stoltenberg's visit was described as a "milestone" by Ukrainian officials.
Germany's vice chancellor said the refugee crisis is a bigger threat to EU unity than Greece.
The White House says it remains open to "tactical, practical discussions."