By Anna Mehler Paperny TORONTO (Reuters) – Buffered by three oceans and the United States to the south, Canada has for decades had the luxury of being able to pick and choose its newcomers.
By Michelle Martin
VIENNA (Reuters) – Austria plans to use its presidency of the European Union this year to shift the bloc’s focus away from resettling refugees within the EU and towards preventing further waves of
BUDAPEST (Reuters) – Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Friday opposition parties would unite to try to oust his ruling Fidesz in the April 8 election and would turn Hungary into a haven for
A new report reveals Germany is struggling to keep track of all the refugees its letting in after doubling its admittance of asylum seekers over the past two years. According to new government figures, by the end of 2016 Germany saw a total of 1.6 million people seeking asylum with over half being men.
By Padraic Halpin
By Richa Naidu CHICAGO (Reuters) – Many U.S.
HELSINKI (Reuters) – An increasing number of Finns want the government to get tougher on immigration after last week’s knife attack by a Moroccan asylum seeker that killed two women and wounded eight
By Andy Bruce