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The resignation of a Greek minister hours after his appointment has exposed Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to fierce criticism.
European Union leaders tell CNBC how the refugee crisis and the EU will looks after they came to an agreement.
CNBC’s Hadley Gamble speaks to both the Italian and Czech leaders about the deal struck over the migrant crisis.
Hadley Gamble, CNBC correspondent, reports from Brussels on the decision by ministers to share the burden of migrants and asylum seekers among EU member states.
European Commission Vice President Frans Timmerman, says that while allocation agreements won’t solve the migrant crisis, it’s the first in a series of steps.
CNBC’s Hadley Gamble reports from Brussels, where E.U. ministers have agreed to relocate 120,000 migrants across the bloc.
The European Union approved a plan to share out 120,000 refugees across its 28 states.
Europe has received 700,000 asylum applications this year, compared to 630,000 for all of 2014. It could receive a million by December.
Can European leaders find a universal agreement on handling the migrant crisis?
Europe should prepare long-term strategies for the refugee crisis rather than deem this as a "one-off" emergency, says Phoebe Griffith, director for migration at IPPR.
What does the refugee crisis mean for Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' government? CNBC's Julia Chatterley files this report.
CNBC’s Hadley Gamble reports from Brussels, where European ministers are meeting to try find a solution to the continent’s migrant crisis.
Hadley Gamble, CNBC correspondent, talks about the European migrant crisis and how some finance ministers have responded.
The Obama administration will increase the U.S. refugee limit to 100,000 annually in 2017, The NY Times reports.
As Turkey reports spending $7.6 billion to host 2.2 million refugees, economists and investors debate the likely costs — and benefits — to Europe from the mass influx of people.
*European Union leaders call emergency summit on refugee crisis. BRUSSELS, Sept 18- As hundreds of thousands of people risk lives to cross Europe's frontiers seeking a haven of peace, Europeans themselves have turned on each other with a venom that has stirred memories of their own long conflicts. The atmosphere in Brussels was "fetid", he said, when leaders agreed...
Daniel Morris, senior investment strategist at BNP Paribas, says in the long term Europe should benefit from having more people creating more work and demand.
Three mayors explain how they're working with eligible immigrants for a path to citizenship — and a boost to the economy.
FRANKFURT, Sept 16- Europe's aging society is committing "demographic suicide" and needs immigrants to keep its workforce from shrinking further, the vice president of the European Central Bank told Reuters. In a wide-ranging interview, Vitor Constancio underlined the ECB's willingness to print more money, saying that it had bought significantly less than...
ECB'S CONSTANCIO SAYS EUROPE NEEDS IMMIGRANTS TO CHANGE A DEMOGRAPHIC TREND THAT ENDANGERS ECONOMIC GROWTH.