What is the status of the EU-Turkey deal one year after its implementation? EU leaders and representatives from around the world are deciding on Syria's future and the UN is deeply concerned about the worsening war and famine situation in South Sudan. Read more in today's roundup.

EU-Turkey deal fails to stop refugee flow: A year after the EU-Turkey Deal came into force, thousands of refugees remain stranded in Greece. The most desperate try to reach Europe by any means. Click here to read more.

Brussels Conference Supporting the Future of Syria and the Region kicks off: The Brussels Conference Supporting the Future of Syria and the Region (#SyriaConf2017), hosted by the European Union and co-chaired with Germany, Kuwait, Norway, Qatar, the United Kingdom and the United Nations, is taking place today and tomorrow (4–5 April).

 

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South Sudan sinks deeper into civil war and famine: At the end of last year, the UN raised the alarm that South Sudan's civil war could spiral into genocide. A new report now says there has been a "massive increase" in human rights violations. Click here to read more.

Last sports hall in Berlin cleared of refugees: Refugees are no longer being housed in Berlin's sports halls, the city's government announced - to the relief of helpers, refugees, and schools. But that doesn't mean living conditions have necessarily improved. Click here to read more.

Copenhagen's 'Trampoline House' helps refugees integrate: Members of an artists’ collective have opened up a unique community centre in Copenhagen to help jumpstart integration for young migrants in Denmark. Click here to read more.

 
 

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