Monthly Archives: September 2015

Extremists Attack Migrant Bus in Finland

“Finland protesters throw fireworks at buses,” from the BBC: Finland’s government has condemned a protest in which demonstrators – including one reportedly dressed in a Ku Klux Klan outfit – attacked buses transporting asylum seekers. TV pictures showed buses being … Continue reading

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Refugees Seeking a Home in Europe

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Migrants Face Shortage of Housing in Lübeck, Germany

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120,000 Migrants To Be Distributed Among EU Member States

“Plan on Migrants Strains the Limits of Europe’s Unity,” by Steven Erlanger and James Kanter for the New York Times: After weeks of indecision, the European Union voted on Tuesday to distribute 120,000 asylum seekers among member states, a plan … Continue reading

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European Unity Tested by Refugee Crises

“Migrant Crises Pulls at European Unity,” by Simon Nixon for the Wall Street Journal: The European project is in deep trouble. It was already in trouble following the Greek debt crisis and facing major challenges in the shape of the … Continue reading

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