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Exclusive: Migrant ship heads to Spain
Anelise Borges brings the latest aboard Aquarius, the rescue boat carrying 629 people to safety in Europe.
Exclusive: Life on board the boat carrying 629 migrants
Euronews reporter speaks to some of the migrants on board the difficult conditions of Aquarius making its way across the Mediterranean to Spain.
Two Italian ships will escort the Aquarius vessel full of 629 migrants
They will also take 500 people off the ship to ease the overcrowding and the Italian coast guard will deliver supplies for the remainder of the trip
Italy's mayors blast decision to turn away migrant boat
As Spain prepares to welcome a ship carrying 629 migrants, mayors around Italy call it a "criminal" move to refuse their entry to the country.
Euronews' correspondent describes experience aboard Aquarius
Euronews' correspondent Anelise Borges describes what it's been like aboard the Aquarius rescue ship during a search and rescue operation in the Mediterranean Sea.
Merkel calls for stricter immigration rules and faster deportation
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Spain to take in drifting migrant ship Aquarius
Spain to take in drifting migrant ship Aquarius.
Italy and Malta refuse to dock migrant ship carrying 629 people
Italy's new populist government has refused permission for the vessel to dock and Malta is also not welcoming anyone
Aquarius migrant ship drifts in Med as Italy and Malta close doors
Euronews correspondent Anelise Borges reports from on board the Aquarius whose 629 migrants it rescued from the Mediterranean remain stranded at sea.
Migrants in limbo at sea after Italy refuses harbour
Rome reportedly asks Malta to take over 600 refugees onboard humanitarian vessel.
Italy to redirect 629 migrants to Malta, says Italian official
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The world's deadliest migration route continues to take lives
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Two illegal migrant camps are being cleared in Paris
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Dozens killed as migrant boat sinks off Tunisia
At least 48 migrants died and 67 others were rescued when their boat sank off Tunisia’s coast, the government says.
Nine migrants have died after a speedboat sank
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France: Tension rises as migrants brave the Alps
Over a nearly two year period, more than 3,500 migrants have ventured into the mountains to seek asylum in France.
Hungary’s ‘Stop Soros’ bill seeks to criminalise migrant helpers
Hungary's government has drafted new laws which could criminalise NGOs who help migrants seeking asylum.
Austria's crack down on migrants
Kurz wants assurances from countries like Albania that the Balkan refugee route from Greece via Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro to central Europe is monitored.
Protests over fatal shooting of 2-year-old migrant girl in Belgium
Hundreds turned out in Brussels to protest against the fatal shooting of a two-year old Iraqi-Kurdish girl by police in the Belgian province of Hainaut a week earlier.
Modern slavery in the heart of Europe
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Human trafficking in Brussels
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New iniative to rescue migrants
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Homeless EU Migrants could receive compensation from UK Government
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Greek court frees rescue workers
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