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Countries like Hungary and Greece do not have a history of volunteerism. But many have stepped forward to help amid a lack of state aid.
Resting along the Serbian-Hungary border, Abood says the war drove him from his home town. More than 3,000 refugees and migrants are pouring across the border into Hungary each day.
Europe is struggling with the greatest mass-movement of people across its borders since World War II. And the crisis has exposed the limitations and gaps in its immigration system.
Thousands of refugees travel each day through Macedonia, so much so that authorities declared a state of emergency on Thursday. So some Macedonians are offering aid of their own accord.
Many Britons are railing against France for not doing enough to stop migrants trying to reach the UK from Calais. But the prime minister is taking a decidedly non-confrontational tack with the French.
Some critics of tightening restrictions worry that others in Europe will take inspiration from the Danish example.
Hundreds of thousands of immigrants, fleeing violence and poverty in Africa and the Middle East, are trying to find a better life in Europe – putting major strains on the EU and its member states.
The spike in migrants attempting to cross the Channel tunnel into Britain isn't just rattling Paris and London. It's also brought the business of people smuggling, and crime more generally, into the local community.
Arson and assaults targeting immigrants have become nearly a daily occurrence in Germany – even as the country seeks more workers to offset its demographic 'gray bomb.'
In a ramshackle camp in northern France, migrants see problems with the formula proposed to 'share the burden' that a record influx of refugees is putting on Europe, and Italy and Greece in particular.
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