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Jeroen Dijsselbloem, Eurogroup President, George Osborne, U.K. Chancellor, and Pierre Moscovici, EU economic commissioner, comment on Europe's continuing refugee and migrant crisis.
David Lea, senior analyst, Europe at Control Risks, discusses the efforts of European governments to tackle the rising number of refugees attempting to resettle within its borders.
The E.U. monitors economic, social and foreign policy issues, even the making of cheese - so how can the migrant crisis have been a surprise?
Some EU countries could pay money in order to opt out of a mandatory quota system for accepting refugees, the Financial Times reports.
Austria said it would end emergency measures that have allowed thousands of refugees stranded in Hungary into Austria and Germany since Saturday.
As Syrian refugees risk their lives to reach Europe or die along the way, Gulf nations have agreed to resettle only a small number.
German police said in the early hours of Saturday that as many as 10,000 migrants in total could arrive from Hungary.
United Nations (UN) officials spoke out to criticise European states for their response to the worsening migrant crisis across the region.
Peter Sutherland, U.N. special representative of the secretary-general for international migration, praises Germany and Sweden for accepting large numbers of refugees. But he adds the burden of looking after refugees needs to be more fairly distributed.
Hadley Gamble, CNBC correspondent, talks about the refugees arriving in Europe from Syria and elsewhere.
Europe has 'lost its soul' with its handling of the migrant crisis, says Greece's former finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis.
An ongoing migrant crisis is unlikely to impede European trade, but it's a challenge to the European vision of a borderless economic bloc.
NBC News' Claudio Lavanga reports from a train depot in Hungary, where migrants are refusing to go to refugee camps.
Philippe Douste-Blazy, under-secretary-general to the UN, describes the shocking conditions of refugees trying to get into Europe.
Hungary is under fire for tactics used to stop migrants who are seeking asylum in Europe, but their government says it's simply enforcing E.U. law.
More than half of the nation's immigrants receive some kind of government welfare, a figure that's far higher than the native-born population.
Zoltan Kovacs, government spokesperson for the Hungarian Prime Minister's Office, explains why authorities are refusing to allow migrants to travel onwards to western Europe.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie pushed back against "ridiculous" criticism of his proposal to track foreign visitors the way FedEx tracks packages.
Approximately 2,500 refugees and migrants are believed to have died or gone missing trying to reach Europe this year alone.
NBC’s Richard Engel reports from Hungary, where the government is set to complete an 174-kilometer fence along its border with Serbia to stop the migrant flow into the country.