Brussels has come under fire from the UNHCR.
Organizers hope to introduce natives to Europe's newest citizens.
Could a change in the nature of sea patrols explain the increase in death rates in the Aegean?
The country would change from benevolent host to prison.
The Syriza politician failed to use the country's full, official name.
Swedish groups have set up a hot line in time for March 21 holiday.
His 1600 play script newly published online includes some timely lines from Sir Thomas More.
The Turkish Coast Guard rescued nine people and recovered five bodies.
Interior Minister Johanna Mikl-Leitner said only such a "consistent signal" will deter migrants.
Questions raised over Turkey's human rights record.
Turkey has warned that even more Syrian refugees may soon arrive seeking asylum.
The political fallout from the refugee crisis is growing.
The EU wants to tighten its border controls and stop refugees reaching Europe.
Germany said it would take part, along with Greece and Turkey, and the U.S. supports the plan.
Turkey has taken in 2.5 million Syrians since the start of the conflict and says it cannot absorb any more.
Former U.K. Foreign Secretary David Miliband is now head of the International Rescue Committee.
The news comes after a 15-year-old refugee fatally stabbed a female employee at a center for migrants.
The measures also include extending family reunification among refugees from one year to three years.
The killing came amid tighter border controls in Sweden to curb the influx of refugees to the country.