Spain-France border town sees marked increase in migrants

By |avgust 10th, 2018|Basque Country, border control, France, Migration, News, Spain|

With migrant arrivals to Spain's southern shores on the rise, a lot of them are heading north to the border town of Irun, some sleeping rough as they wait to cross into neighbouring France, locals and officials said.

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Avramopoulos in Spain to announce further EU support to tackle migration

By |avgust 3rd, 2018|border control, Dimitris Avramopoulos, Mediterranean, Migration, Morocco, News, Pedro Sanchez, Spain|

As Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos headed to Madrid, the European Commission announced Friday (3 August) further 3 million in emergency aid to support Spanish border guards in curbing irregular migration.

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Migrants at German-Austrian border will be returned, says Kurz

By |julij 6th, 2018|Austria, Austrian EU Presidency, border control, Germany, Migration, News, Refugees, schengen area|

After a meeting in Vienna on Thursday (5 July), Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz welcomed Germany’s decision to send back rejected asylum seekers to the EU countries where they first came in – namely Italy, Greece and Spain.

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EU increases collaboration with authoritarian regimes to tackle migration

By |maj 23rd, 2018|Asylum seekers, border control, development aid, EU Emergency Trust Fund for Africa, EU migration, European External Action Service, European institutions, migrant crisis, News, Refugees, Transnational Institute|

Europe’s struggle with migrants has led to an increase in funding for border control to authoritarian regimes such as Chad, Niger, Belarus, Libya and Sudan. EURACTIV.fr reports.

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Melilla: Spanish enclave in Morocco offers an exit route to Europe

By |avgust 16th, 2017|border control, border management, EU-Morocco, migrants, News|

Recent uprisings in the Moroccan region of Rif have transformed the city of Melilla, a Spanish enclave in Morocco, into an exit route for persecuted people seeking refugee status in the EU. EURACTIV Spain reports.

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