Three young children are being treated for dehydration in an Austrian hospital after being rescued from a van crammed with refugees.
UN Refugee Agency predicts the number of migrants crossing the border between Greece and Macedonia to remain at 3,000 per day.
Migrants on the Greek island of Kos are turned away from a ship processing and accommodating refugees as Syrians are given priority.
As summer temperatures soar in Berlin, people in the city donate water, food and other essential supplies to migrants waiting in the heat outside the official building where they hope to apply for asylum.
The conditions for migrants on many Greek islands are “totally shameful” the director of the U.N.’s refugee agency says, calling for Greece and Europe to act to end the crisis.
Anna Musgrave from Britain’s Refugee Council criticises Prime Minister David Cameron’s choice of words over the ongoing migrant crisis, which he has blamed on a “swarm” of migrants crossing the Mediterranean and which continues to cause traffic delays in the south of England.
A spokewoman for the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) says a recent incident that resulted in the deaths of 29 African migrants trying to reach Europe across the Mediterranean demonstrated once again that the European Union needed a “proper” solution to save more lives.