Mainstream media outlets have affected shock over plans to require asylum seekers in south Austria to sign a list of ‘10 Commandments’ including a promise not to break the law.
Taxi drivers in the French capital have been avoiding some of the areas of the city where many migrants live on the streets so as not to “shock” tourists coming into the city.
A human rights group says a second family of Afghan asylum-seekers, including three children and their pregnant mother, has been deported to Serbia in the middle of the night.
Authorities in Ireland are nowhere near prepared to deal with an Islamist attack against its people, an expert has warned.
A Nigerian cardinal said this weekend that mass emigration out of his country is a sure sign that political leadership has failed.
According to newly released forecasts from the Swedish Migration Board, the country could expect around 59,000 new migrant family reunification applications for 2019. The 59,000 application figure was released as part of a broader number of forecasts for the various
Reopening Italian ports to NGO boats has “become urgent” amid fighting in Libya, the European Commission has said, declaring a common EU asylum policy “essential” for sharing future migrants out across the bloc.
Sweden is seeing an increase in the number of cases of Leishmaniasis, a rare parasite that can be fatal in certain serious cases, with researchers claiming a link between the rise of the disease and mass migration.
Angela Merkel has again defended her decision to open the German border in 2015, insisting welcoming the influx of more than a million third world migrants was “not a mistake”.
More than 20 people were injured at a church in Germany after mass panic ensued when a ‘mentally confused’ Somali stormed into an Easter service, shouting and throwing stones.
A woman in the Belgian village of Spy is causing controversy among other residents by hosting around 100 migrants in her garden while they attempt to illegally reach the UK.
French high school students attending anti-racism sessions this week have been warned that it would be “bizarre” to feel greater emotion over the Notre-Dame cathedral fire than about the plight of migrants in the Mediterranean.
Jeremy Corbyn has called for Britain to relax immigration controls, with the claim that Christian teachings demand nations roll out the red carpet for unlimited numbers of ‘refugees’.
Ireland’s fanatical repression of an open debate about “sustainable immigration” is harmful for the future of the nation and for public discourse more generally, David Quinn argues in the Sunday Times of April 14.
Migrant crime in Germany is on the rise with Germans being for more likely to be victims of migrant criminals than the other way around.
The human rights watchdog group Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal (PPT) has accused the European Union (EU) and its member states of systemic “crimes against humanity” because of efforts to curb illegal immigration by closing ports and borders.
A US air base in Belgium faced a serious security breach on Friday as eight Iraqi migrants were found in the trunk of a truck at the base.
European Parliament president Antonio Tajani has expressed anxiety over a new migrant crisis in Libya, due to the prospect of the current government being toppled by a powerful general.
Pro-mass migration NGOs “shocked” at EU policies aimed at deterring illegal immigration have turned to Angela Merkel with a plea to open the bloc’s borders.
Pope Francis has warned that some unscrupulous politicians exploit the issue of immigration for “political ends,” fueling “fear and alarm.”
Europe must take a “proactive approach” to increasing the level of immigration to the bloc, according to a new European Commission report proclaiming migrants would become “increasingly important” in the EU strategy for economic growth.
Europe will be an “ideal refuge for asylum seekers and migrants” in a world where “climate change and global poverty” will drive increasing numbers of poor people to seek better lives elsewhere, according to an EU policy briefing.
Spanish police say they have arrested 17 members of an alleged human trafficking network that threatened Moroccan migrants who sought a refund when attempts to reach Europe by sea failed.
Just three men were convicted of carrying out sex attacks during the notorious events on New Year’s Eve 2015 in Cologne, despite more than 600 women filing complaints of sexual assault, local media reports.
Dutch author and sociologist Ruud Koopmans said this week that Muslims are more difficult to integrate into Western society than other migrant groups because of a literal interpretation of the Quran prevalent among Muslims.
Federal prosecutors say they have filed charges against a 30-year-old Tunisian and his 43-year-old German wife who are accused of producing biological weapons for an attack in Germany.
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.