A 26-year-old Afghan man is charged with endangering his child’s life by taking him on a dinghy that capsized.
Katy Fallon is a journalist based in Greece focusing on migration and social affairs.
An unconfirmed number of migrants appear to remain in the Zhuravychi detention centre near Lutsk city despite the war.
Aid workers are particularly concerned for those fleeing countries other than Ukraine after a four-year-old Syrian died.
Those who have supported Middle Eastern refugees say dealing with the Ukraine crisis is far easier with state support.
Foreign students fear for their future as they wonder if they will be allowed to complete their studies.
Anti-refugee governments in Poland and Hungary take decidedly different tone after Russian invasion.
Athens says a new surveillance system will boost security, but critics raise alarm over its implications for privacy.
Alleged surveillance of reporters, a law banning fake news, and bullying of a Dutch reporter fuel concerns.
Sean Binder recounts his ordeal as one of several activists facing charges relating to refugee rescue work in Greece.
Two dozen humanitarian workers face espionage charges and possible jail sentences related to their work with refugees.