New European border restrictions have left more than 10,000 migrants stranded at the border between Greece and Macedonia. Some experts have classified the situation as a “humanitarian catastrophe,” but eastern European states appear reluctant to take action. Judy Woodruff talks…
By PBS NewsHour
Hundreds of migrants trapped along Greece's border with Macedonia staged protests Sunday that forced a cargo train to turn back. Macedonia and several Balkan countries have recently increased restrictions to halt the number of refugees passing through.
By Michael D. Regan
More than one million migrants have entered Europe this year, marking the largest wave of immigration into the continent since World War II.
By Gretchen Frazee
In Europe, it's the summer of mass migration. Lindsey Hilsum of Independent Television News follows along as thousands of refugees from the Middle East and North Africa travel by train from Macedonia to Serbia, hoping to eventually reach Germany and…
By PBS NewsHour
More than 5,000 migrants crossed into Serbia on Sunday en route to western Europe, as Greece ferried more refugees from overcrowded islands to its mainland.
Macedonian lawmakers voted to allow constitutional reforms giving more rights to minority ethnic Albanians, smoothing the path for continuation of the peace process.
Macedonia's government began debate on reforming ethnic Albanian rights, despite protests from hundreds of Macedonians who say their leaders are selling out to NATO pressure.
Despite the death of one of their own, NATO troops began collecting weapons from ethnic Albanian rebels in war-torn Macedonia.
NATO officially authorized the deployment of 3,500 troops to Macedonia to begin collecting weapons turned in by the ethnic Albanian rebels.
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