<ul> <li>Anti-migration cooperation between the EU, Italy and Libya: some truths</li> <li>Erdogan in talks with European leaders over refugee cash for Turkey</li> <li>COVID-19: No one is safe until All are protected!</li> </ul>
<ul> <li>Little new on migration in Commission's plan for a "comprehensive strategy with Africa"</li> <li>More calls for EU and Greece to uphold international law and refugee rights</li> <li>Turkey steps back from confrontation at Greek border</li> <li>Border externalisation: agreements on Frontex ops in Serbia and Montenegro head for approval</li> </ul>
<ul> <li>Open letters, joint statements, responses to the situation at the Greek-Turkish border</li> <li>Danish boat in Aegean refused order to push back rescued migrants</li> <li>EU governments ‘harassing’ those who help migrants</li> </ul>
<ul> <li>Greece: Situation for migrants and refugees goes from bad to worse</li> <li>Frontex wants to disembark refugees in Senegal</li> <li>Council Presidency and EU agencies want biometric databases for migrants and refugees in the Western Balkans</li> </ul>
<ul> <li>European court under fire for backing Spain's express deportations</li> <li>Frontex’s History of Handling Abuse Evidence Dogs Balkan Expansion</li> <li>Italy’s Failed Migration Fix Has Led to Chaos in Libya</li> </ul>
<ul> <li>EU aid increasingly taken hostage by migration politics</li> <li>New yearly report on torture of asylum seekers by Croatian authorities at EU external borders</li> <li>Death of a ten-year-old child in Roissy: another victim of European migration policies?</li> <li>Italy guilty of refoulements in 2009 handover of Eritrean shipwreck survivors to Libya</li> </ul>
<ul> <li>Danish asylum centre slammed in anti-torture report</li> <li>Greece: Migrants face increasingly harsh conditions</li> <li>Dozens of German cities petition to take in more refugees</li> </ul>
<ul> <li>How Forced Labor in Eritrea Is Linked to E.U.-Funded Projects</li> <li>Libya militias rake in millions in European migration funds: AP</li> <li>Complaint filed with UN body over Italy’s role in privatised push-backs to Libya resulting in migrant abuse</li> <li>Migrant arrivals from Turkey to Europe nearly double in 2019</li> </ul>
<ul> <li>GREECE: No-Rights Zone: How people in need of protection are being denied crucial access to legal information and assistance in the Greek islands’ EU ‘hotspot’ camps</li> <li>Europe spends billions stopping migration. Good luck figuring out where the money actually goes</li> <li>Data watchdog raps EU asylum body for snooping</li> </ul>
<ul> <li>Report on illegal pushbacks at the Greek-Turkish border</li> <li>Ministers call for renewed migrant smuggling crackdown on "Eastern Mediterranean" route</li> <li>Croatia Is Abusing Migrants While the EU Turns a Blind Eye</li> </ul>
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