Details of the plan were announced days before a crucial vote on a separate proposal from the House of Lords
Children who have already reached Europe are excluded from the scheme, which targets refugee camps in the Middle East and North Africa
The stunt was widely criticised in Norway but Sylvi Listhaug said she wanted to recognise rescuers' work
Each of the ads takes on a specific argument – and the group has made sure that they will show up for people looking for that same information
The scaling back of search and rescue operations 'created the conditions that led to massive loss of life', the damning report states
The Vatican said 12 people, including six children, were taken as 'a gesture of welcome'
A Greek official confirmed the plan, which is not thought to violate the terms of the EU-Turkey deal
A group of Syrian and Iraqi asylum seekers were detained trying to reach the island on a boat hours before his arrival
Across Europe, a once-tender embrace of those fleeing conflicts on the continent’s doorstep has evolved into an uncompromising rejection
UK Border Agency staff have permission to install listening devices in homes, cars or detention centres - and gain covert access to phones or computers
A witness described the scenes as 'horrific'
From the financial and humanitarian cost of supporting millions of Syrian refugees to the interruption of trade links with China and Russia, political conflict is bad for the world's economy. Here's why
Yvette Cooper, chair of Labour's refugee taskforce, said the findings were 'appalling'
I met Kareem a few days before he disappeared
A UN official has said the deal to send migrants back to Turkey from Greece could be "illegal" - with protests over the agreement in both countries
'Unwelcome, damaging to our nation's economy and the town. Go away'