• Club attacks ‘brutal indifference of EU and Turkey’ to refugee crisis
The tensions between Rome and Brussels have intensified, with a tough exchange of words in the light of the unfolding refugee crisis, and a looming banking crisis in Italy.
Politicians in democracies have to listen to their citizens and across the continent there is little appetite for more immigration. Gaining support for an equitable and workable migration policy will take time, eloquence and courage
Centuries old oppression founded on gender, race, cultural group, and socio-economic class is being challenged by Romani women who are combating their public and private marginalization through initiatives embedded within the Roma identity.
A 26-year-old Algerian man has become the first person arrested in connection with a string of sexual assaults during New Year’s celebrations in Cologne that sparked a debate about Germany’s ability to integrate migrants.
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