The French Presidential candidates are sounding more and more like the President across the pond.
Photos of a drowned Syrian child are dominating the front pages. Who was he, and how did he end up washed up on the Turkish coast?
Hungarian authorities have stopped a train carrying refugees from Budapest.
The death of a three-year-old boy on a beach in Europe has stirred Britain's conscience. What can you do to help stop the deaths?
As the migrant crisis worsens, the Prime Minister refuses to allow desperate people into Britain, citing "peace" in the Middle East as his priority.
Britain must accept more asylum-seekers, and create a sustainable plan for their integration into wider society.
The latest batch of the presidential hopeful’s emails provide insight into the 2010 Labour leadership contest, and the dying days of the Labour government.
We mustn't forget the lessons of the Second World War in the face of today's refugee crisis, says Molly Scott Cato.
The expulsion of the former National Front leader does not mean a shift away from his racist views.
Tsipras is still expected to win despite the anti-austerity splinter.
After only seven months in office, the Greek premiere has announced his resignation, calling a snap election.
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