A humanitarian crisis is unfolding at the edge of the EU. Asylum seekers are finding themselves trapped in the forest between Poland and Belarus, caught up in a political game, and literally freezing to death. Marta Górczyńska, a migration lawyer who has been helping some of the new arrivals, explains what’s happening on the ground and what international law has to say about this shameful situation. We’re also talking about the Council of Europe’s hijab fiasco and Italy’s mafia maxi-trial. Plus, a tale of cough sweets and generosity.