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Thousands of people are taking part in protests against Islam and immigration in several European cities.
Nationalist groups in Europe have been galvanized by the unprecedented influx of refugees from Africa, Asia and the Middle East last year.
European Union nations anxious to stem the flow of asylum-seekers coming through the Balkans are increasingly considering sending more help to non-member Macedonia as a better way to protect European borders instead of relying on EU member Greece.
With Athens unable to halt the tens of thousands of people making the sea crossing from Turkey, EU nations fear that Europe's Schengen border-free travel zone could collapse, taking with it one of the cornerstones on which the 28-nation bloc is built.
Because of the relentless influx of people, several EU members have re-imposed border crossings to manage the flow into their nations better.
The EU also called on Turkey to open its borders to thousands of Syrians fleeing fierce government offensives and intense Russian airstrikes and said it is providing aid to Ankara for that purpose.
MoreNorth Korea Sends Balloons of Cigarette Butts and Used Toilet Paper Across BorderNorth Korea Seen Pushing Forward With Rocket Launch Plans
(SEOUL, South Korea)—North Korea has moved up the window of its planned long-range rocket launch to Feb. 7-14, South Korea’s Defense Ministry said Saturday. The launch, which the North says is an effort to send a satellite into orbit, would be in defiance of repeated warnings by outside governments who suspect it is a banned test of ballistic missile technology.
North Korea did not inform international organizations of any other changes in its plan, and the rocket’s expected flight path remains the same, said South Korean Defense Ministry spokesman Moon Sang Gyun.
On Tuesday, the North informed the International Maritime Organization and other related organizations that it would attempt a satellite launch between Feb.