A group of Nigerians was arrested in Italy in a case of human trafficking and forced prostitution. Norway seeks full-face veil ban in schools and universities and the EU opens a legal case against Warsaw, Budapest, and Prague over migration. This and more in today's roundup.

EU legal case over migration:  The European Union's executive has launched legal cases on Tuesday against Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic for not taking in asylum-seekers under a 2015 plan, indicating a sharp escalation in the bloc's divisive migration feuds. 

Nigerian women lured and trafficked to Italy: Thirteen Nigerians were arrested in Italy on Thursday as part of an operation by Cagliari police against human trafficking and prostitution. They had forced a group of Nigerian women into prostitution in return for bringing them to Europe. Click here to read more.

Proposed veil-ban in Norway: The Norwegian government has proposed a ban on full face veils in schools and universities. The law would apply to students taking part in introductory programs and language courses for newly-arrived refugees. Click here to read more.

Life as a newcomer - Learning German: In a special series, InfoMigrants takes a closer look at how refugees in Germany are doing. Part 2 focuses on the German language and integration courses. Click here to read more. 


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