Amnesty international says it shows governments are "out of touch."
A report by Europol-Interpol shows migrants paid between $3,200 and $6,500 to smugglers.
EU is mulling ways of distributing asylum seekers across member states.
The attack was on Kamouna camp in Idlib province, near the Turkish border.
Jan Boehmermann is under investigation for mocking Turkish President Erdogan.
MPs are moving towards harsher migration laws and fresh border controls.
President added that Britain would be "back of the queue" for US trade deal in the event of a Brexit.
Many in those countries believe their governments are doing more to help than they actually are, a survey shows.
The Bulgarian government has also cracked down on refugee traffic.
Human Rights Watch has warned that the state of the asylum process in Greece is unacceptable.
Leaked documents show plans for more equal distribution of refugees.
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 deal means disappointment—or at least an ongoing legal limbo—for the thousands who have been piling into flimsy boats to reach Greece.
Ankara would take back all illegal migrants who cross to Greece in return for the EU taking in thousands of Syrian refugees from Turkey.
The country would change from benevolent host to prison.