One of the most shocking reports to come out of the trial for the murder of Italian teen Pamela Mastropietro is that she may have been dismembered while still alive.
Shutting the door on mass migration is not an option in the 21st century, German parliament president Wolfgang Schäuble has said, urging Brussels to speed up plans for an EU army in order to kill nationalism.
George Soros’s Stefan Batory Foundation has demanded Brussels step up its war on patriotic Poland, asserting that the EU’s survival rests on “the progressive battle” to force globalism on the central European nation.
Denmark will no longer automatically grant all Syrian asylum seekers temporary asylum, and is considering whether returns are now possible.
Hungary’s foreign affairs minister has warned that Europe will be weakened if it abandons families in favour of mass migration.
The Swedish domestic security agency says a person has been arrested on suspicion of spying on refugees who fled to Sweden.
Austrian populist Interior Minister Herbert Kickl has announced that the country will be converting all asylum seeker reception centres to departure centres.
A Pakistan-India war would lead to a refugee crisis in the tens of millions. We know this because even without the handy excuse of a war, migrants from Pakistan and India are already being smuggled into Europe via the Balkan route.
Antwerp will soon be “lost” to the hope of any future conservative government, local media said as data showed only a quarter of the city’s young children are Belgian natives, and studies revealed migrant background voters overwhelmingly supporting left-wing parties.
Bosnian police say they have detained three people at two separate locations on suspicion of attempting to smuggle 19 migrants through the Balkan country.
The German government pledged Friday to investigate the deportation of a Tunisian man shortly after the deadly 2016 truck rampage on a Berlin Christmas market, but denied media reports that authorities had tried to cover up his possible involvement in the attack.
The Swedish embassy in Hungary has protested “personal attacks” from Hungarian Deputy Prime Minister Zsolt Semjen toward a Swedish minister who compared the country’s new family policy to 1930’s Germany.
Doctors Without Borders says 116 migrants have been “forcibly returned” to Libya after a day and a half at sea.
A 45-year-old female German teacher in the city of Landshut has been put on trial after being accused of raping a 15-year-old Afghan asylum seeker boy, a charge which she has denied.
Croatian police have discovered several dozen migrants hidden in a truck and detained two suspected people smugglers.
The security threat posed by more than 2,000 Islamist terror suspects is just one example of how Angela Merkel’s “mistake” to throw open the borders continues to haunt Germany daily, the country’s former spy chief has said.
The chief of Sweden’s National Border Police has sounded the alarm on the ability of his force to do its job — even to the low standard required by the European Union under its Schengen zone open borders agreement.
Oulu has banned asylum seekers from making visits to local schools and day care centres as an investigation into migrants abusing children in the city continues.
Around one in four students in Swedish schools now come from a foreign background as schools across the country are becoming more and more segregated, according to a new report.
Migrant unemployment continues to be a problem in Germany, with government research revealing the majority of asylum seekers who arrived in 2016 are still unemployed.
A Dutch Protestant church which held round-the-clock services for 2,327 hours prevent a family from being deported declared victory on Wednesday.
Countries that are unable to assimilate migrants should stop accepting more until they are able to integrate them, Pope Francis told reporters on the papal plane Monday.
Pope Francis told journalists that fear of migrants is “making us crazy,” when asked Wednesday what he thought about the proposed border wall between the United States and Mexico.
Italy’s indomitable interior minister Matteo Salvini said Tuesday he is “proud” to have put an end to illegal immigration in Italy.
The World Economic Forum (WEF) released the results of a survey Sunday, just before its annual summit in Davos, showing that more than two thirds of Italians consider immigration to be “mostly bad” for the country.
The Austrian government has released statistics showing that in 2017, four out of every ten migrants who claimed to be underage were lying in order to have a better chance of getting asylum.
Fewer than one in five Italians (19 percent) would like the government to reopen the country’s closed ports to migrants, according to a poll.