migration policy

The barbed-wire border fence between Poland and Belarus | Photo: Viktor Tolochko/Sputnik/dpa/picture alliance
Migrants in Poland | Source: Screenshot report DW
The EU could see a surge in more migrants arriving as the pandemic gradually ebbs away | Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi/Reuters
Poland alleges that Belarus, angered by European sanctions, is intentionally sending migrants across their shared border as a kind of blackmail | Photo: Wojtek Radwanski/AFP/Getty Images (via DW)
Spanish Interior Minister Fernando Grande-Marlaska (C), with his counterparts from Cyprus Nikos Nouris (left), Greek Immigration and Asylum Policies Minister Notis Mitarachi (second from left), Italian Interior Minister Luciana Lamorgese (second from right) and Malta's Interior Minister Byron Camilleri (right) at the start of the EU MED5 group meeting in Malaga, southern Spain, September 25, 2021 | Photo: EPA/DANIEL PEREZ
Spanish Interior Minister Fernando Grande-Marlaska (C) poses together with his counterparts from Cyprus Nikos Nouris (L), Greek Immigration and Asylum Policies Minister Notis Mitarachi (2L), Italian Interior Minister Luciana Lamorgese (2R) and Malta's Interior Minister Byron Camilleri at the beginning of EU MED5 group's meeting in Malaga, southern Spain, September 25, 2021 | Photo:EPA/DANIEL PEREZ
A soldier patrols near a steel fence built along the Evros River in the area of Feres, at the Greek-Turkish border, Greece, 1 September 2021 | Photo: ARCHIVE/EPA/DIMITRIS ALEXOUDIS
Who will succeed Angela Merkel? Depending on the results of Germany's parliamentary election on September 26, it could be Olaf Scholz (SPD), Armin Laschet (CDU) or Annalena Baebock (Greens) | Photo: imago
From file: The aftermath of the devastating fires at the Moria refugee camp in Lesbos in September 2020 | Photo: UNHCR/ACHILLEAS ZAVALLIS
Merkel has met with Polish PM Morawiecki but will not be meeting with President Andrzej Duda | Photo: Picture-alliance
Gambian migrants were deported from Libya in 2017 — now the EU is also trying to send them home | Photo: Reuters/L.Gnago
Danish immigration minister Inger Stojberg believes she will be fully acquitted | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa/T. Eisenkrätzer