The announcement Tuesday comes as concerns over the refugee crisis and the threat of Islamic extremism have risen.
The continent's politicians are increasingly facing pressure to, at least temporarily, suspend an open-borders policy. But at what cost?
Officers were checking passengers’ passports extremely slowly in protest of recent changes to their benefits.
Europe Refugee Crisis: EU Court Rules Asylum Seekers Can Face Detention Over National Security, Public Order
The Monday ruling came in the case of an individual who applied for asylum to the Netherlands in 1995, was rejected in 1996, and applied again in 2012 and 2013.
A ruling by the country's high court has paved the way for the deportation of over 250 asylum-seekers to an offshore immigration camp.
U.S. companies trying to extract data on European citizens are entering another gray area, critics of the deal have said.
The country's high court ruled that detention of asylum-seekers at offshore processing centers on Nauru Island does not violate the Australian constitution.
Denmark’s ‘Nazi’ Refugee Law? Lawmakers Vote To Take Cash And Valuables From Syrians And Uphold European Culture
The so-called jewelry bill approved Tuesday lets authorities to take up to $1,450 from individuals and families that decide to stay as asylum-seekers.
Cologne Sexual Assaults: German Police Arrest 2 Suspects, 18 Asylum-Seekers Linked To New Year Eve’s Crime
German leaders vowed to crack down on refugees committing crimes after authorities said they have identified 18 asylum-seekers among suspects linked to crimes committed in Cologne.
A Greek migration official said the Syrian passport found outside the Stade de France in Paris belonged to a 25-year-old asylum seeker.
The court also notified senior members of the Catalan Parliament they could be suspended from their posts and face legal action.
The protest erupted at a newly opened facility in Drahonice, some 55 miles west of the capital Prague.
“In the long run, they wouldn’t be able to survive,” said Andrea Balda, a political science specialist at Universidad Casa Grande in Madrid.
Asylum seekers are a hot political issue in Australia where successive governments have vowed to stop them reaching the mainland.
Fires were lit and fences destroyed at the remote Christmas Island facility after the death of an Iranian Kurdish asylum seeker.
Australia Negotiating With Philippines Over Refugee Resettlement Deal, Reportedly Offers $150M Over 5 Years
The deal with the Philippines has not been finalized, but according to a local report, Australia offered funding of $150 million over five years in initial talks.
Thousands of refugees are flowing through the border of Hungary and Austria but cannot reach Germany.
In the 911 call, Jason Paul Smith allegedly identified himself as a member of the Islamic State group and said he was preparing to bomb the Statue Of Liberty.
As the migrant population of would-be asylum seekers is expected to reach 500,000, Germany may restrict borders
A stalemate has exposed deep divisions within the European Union, as southern nations urge their northern neighbors to accept asylum seeker quotas.
In a landmark case, an Israeli attorney general has ruled in favor of the release of an African asylum seeker.
Israel has taken a hard line against Eritrean migrants seeking asylum there, according to Human Rights Watch.
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir can still be arrested anywhere and by anyone -- but the will to do so is lacking.
Australia's immigrant detention policy has been strongly condemned by rights groups, but the government says it is necessary to fight trafficking.
Muslim Turkey accepts that many Christian Armenians died in clashes with Ottoman soldiers beginning in 1915, but denies hundreds of thousands were killed and that this amounted to genocide.
Under Israel's administrative detention policy, detainees can be held -- based on secret evidence -- without charge or trial for six months.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has accused the Palestinians of “manipulating” the court.
Apprehending the hackers who infiltrated Chase bank would be a rare victory for U.S. law enforcement when it comes to cybercrime.
Most arrests involved the Uighur Muslim minority in Xinjiang and protesters in Tibet.
There were reportedly "rows of paparazzi" in court to see the human rights lawyer who recently married American actor George Clooney.