Krasimir Karakachanov, Bulgaria's defense minister, wants to use military means to protect the EU's external borders.
The "identitarian" activists played down reports of trouble.
Germany's asylum agency denies any wrongdoing.
Around 2,000 people have died crossing the central Mediterranean this year.
Starbucks has never been a company to stay on the sidelines and will employ 2,500 refugees across its European locations by 2022.
A total of 68 people with affiliation to the powerful Ndrangheta syndicate were arrested.
Hungary has long been one of the European Union's awkward squad.
Chancellor's political opponents propose an 'Islam law' that would place tighter rules on preachers and ban foreign funding of mosques.
Poland is an example of a state that receives large amounts from Brussels but has not accepted any refugees under the EU's relocation scheme.
The local mayor said calm has been restored at the center.
'None of us want to be sleeping on the street or under the train tracks,' a refugee says. "I can do any kind of work here. I just want to start.'
The destruction of the seedy camp leaves many wondering if they'll find asylum in England or France—or be expelled from Europe.
Children are at risk if authorities continue to rush dismantlement of the notorious refugee camp.
Police raided an apartment and detained a man in connection with the elusive suspect, Jaber Albakr, 22.
War of words erupts ahead of a referendum on refugees in the Eastern European state.
Monday's UN refugee summit was a missed opportunity to help those most in need.
Germany's leader is facing criticism over the open-door refugee policy in the wake of attacks.