Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has praised Austria as being a "natural partner" for tackling mass illegal migration.
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Populist Danish MEPMorten Messerschmidthas predicted that his country will leave the EU by 2030 following the success of Brexit.
Newly released preliminary statistics from Sweden's Crime Prevention Council (Brå) show that in the last five years, sex attacks against girls aged 15 to 17 have increased by 51 per cent.
José Luis Escriva, Spanish Minister for Social Security, Inclusion, and Migration, has claimed the country requires millions of new migrants to combat the forecasted demographic decline in the near future.
New statistics from the French Interior Ministry have revealed a significant increase in violent crimes with a 12 per cent rise in sexual violence and an 8.5 per cent rise in murders.
According to French political scientist Jérôme Fourquet, the number of newborn males with Arabic or Muslim first names has increased from just one per cent in 1960, to 19 per cent today.
Independent journalist Joakim Lamotte has claimed that women working at Stockholm's Kista Galleria shopping centre are quitting their jobs due to harassment from foreign men who refuse to be served by women.
Swedish National Police Commissioner Anders Thornberg has admitted that despite large numbers of weapons seizures and full prisons, the rate of shootings in Sweden remains high.
French radio broadcaster France Inter has apologised to the country's LGBT community following the airing of a song with the title "Jesus is a F****t" which was broadcast last Friday.
A senior member of populist Matteo Salvini's League has warned the leftist government of potential "chaos" if it pursues plans to grant amnesty to around 700,000 illegal migrants.
A group of German far-left extremists attempted to shut down the screening of a climate change critical film at the offices of the populist Alternative For Germany, vandalising the area in front of building with climate activist slogans.
Hundreds of thousands of German citizens have left the country in the three years since the height of the 2015 migrant crisis, according to statistics from the German federal government's newly-released 2018 migration report.
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has granted two migrant transport NGOs permission to drop migrants off in Italian ports as the country looks at renewing funds for a migrant agency previously defunded by Matteo Salvini.
A video showing a transwoman attacking a woman wearing a hijab in Berlin has gone viral with claims that the attacker also comes from a migrant background.
Police in the French city of Toulouse have arrested a man in connection to a church desecration in which verses from the Islamic Qur'an were written on the walls of the church.
Swedish Moderate Party leader Ulf Kristersson has slammed the ruling Social Democrats, saying the government has lost control of the country after a huge explosion rocked a Stockholm residential area.
British media sources have claimed Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has offered to pay £500,000 for the security of Prince Harry and his wife Meghan.
The Swedish public has voted that climate change spending has been the biggest waste of taxpayer money in 2019, according to a poll by the Swedish Taxpayers' Association.
The French department ofCôte-d’Or has revealed that of the over 500 migrants claiming to be minors who arrived at the department in 2019, just 20 per cent of them were actually underage.
Schools in the Paris suburbs of Seine-Saint-Denis are increasing meditation workshops in an effort to help reduce violence on campus.
The German armed forces have removed a proportion of their small deployment to Iraq following the killing of General Qassem Soleimani.
Satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo has hit out against social media censorship in a new special issue.
A new review of European Union (EU) money being spent in Libya to help curb the flow of migrants has shown that the money is actually lining the pockets of warlords and people-smuggling networks.
The German equivalent of the Oxford English Dictionary has added the Arabic word "inshallah" to the German language lexicon.
The district court of Leipzig has ordered warrants for the arrest of four far-left extremists accused of assaulting police officers and engaging in bodily harm on New Year's Eve.
Authorities in Sweden have been accused of mislabelling explosions and bombings and classifying incidents as "damage" in order to distort the true extent of explosions across the country.
German Free Democratic Party (FDP)deputy parliamentary group leader Alexander Graf Lambsdorff has warned Iran could target Europe for retaliatory terror attacks after the killing of GeneralQasem Soleimani.
The Belgian Court of Appeal has ruled to remove the passports of six Islamic extremists convicted of terror offences in absentia in 2015 after they left the country to fight for jihadist groups in the Middle East.
According to newly released statistics, the multicultural no-go suburbs of Paris have become the second-most populous department in the capital region as of January 1st, 2020.
Swedish police in the city of Växjö were attacked by a gang of up to 15 youths armed with Molotov cocktails after they arrested two people for drunk driving on New Year's Eve.
The rise of the anti-globalist populist and sovereigntist movement has largely defined the past decade in Europe, from the Brexit vote to the emergence of new political parties across the continent.
Swedish political science professorTommy Möller has warned that the unprecedented mass migration into Sweden in the last decade could unravel the country’s “democratic welfare society.” ProfessorMöller, who teaches at Stockholm University, has claimed that political stability in Sweden has been
The German Green Party has vowed to ban all vehicles from driving in city centres by the year 2030 to cut down on urban emissions.
Hundreds of cars were set on fire across French cities on New Year's Eve, with some cities seeing an even larger number of cars burned than the previous year.
Newly arrived immigrant women in the Swedish municipality ofOskarshamn are set to receive free driving lessons in Arabic in a bid to help make it easier for them to enter the labour force.
Sweden saw a large rise in the number of explosions and bombings last year, with the Crime Prevention Council (BRÅ) estimating at least 236 incidents in the first 11 months of 2019.
Following a surge in left-wing extremist Antifa attacks this year, the Leipzig police say they will be increasing their presence in the city on New Year’s Eve to protect emergency services from potential attacks.
Firefighters across the Belgian capital of Brussels are expected to be escorted by police officers during New Year's Eve celebrations due to the high level of danger involved when operating in the city.
According to new figures, Italy has seen a historically low birthrate in 2018, as the number of foreigners in the country has increased to nearly 9 per cent of the total population.
The vegan parents of a two-year-old girl who were accused of harming the child into a state of malnourishment due to their diet, have managed to avoid prison time despite being convicted for gross bodily harm.
Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orbán has labelled the European Union's mass migration-friendly policies as being one of the two gravest mistakes made by the political bloc going into 2020.
The Italian leftist coalition of the Five Star Movement (M5S) and the Democratic Party (PD) faces several high-profile events in January that could lead to the collapse of the coalition, which is not even a year old.
Afghanistan politicianRazaq Ahmadzai, a close ally ofPresident Ashraf Ghani, has been accused of actively collecting pension payments from the Swedish government for his mother who died in 2017.
Three people were wounded on Christmas day following a shootout between drug gang members involving military-grade automatic weapons.
The Italian Interior Ministry has released figures showing that illegal migrant landings have reduced by half in 2019, largely thanks to policies enacted by former Interior Minister Matteo Salvini.
A Swedish court has reduced the prison sentence for a 20-year-old Afghan who murdered his 69-year-old teacher, who he was also in a sexual relationship with at the time, because of the migrant's mental health issues.
The Church of Sweden has been forced to permanently close 104 churches, as some speak of repurposing the buildings as mosques.
A 31-year-old Muslim man who attempted to assassinate two Canadian soldiers in Toronto in 2016 has been deemed by a Canadian court to not be a terrorist and not liable for his actions due to mental health issues.
President Erdogan has warned Europe that it would face another wave of refugees as President Bashar al-Assad's forces advance into Idlib.
The Swedish government, supported by the Centre Party and the Liberals, have announced they will be looking to ban the sale of new cars that use fossil fuels in the next ten years.
A group of 25 illegal Malian migrants have won over a million euros after taking their employer to court for "systematic racial discrimination".
According to testimony from a teen girl who escaped sexual slavery at the hands of the Nigerian mafia in Italy, the organised crime syndicate has forced girls as young as twelve to become prostitutes.
The Italian leftist coalition is reportedly looking to give the Italian Communist Party (PCI) 400,000 euros to celebrate its 100th anniversary and make the day a national day across Italy.
Four young men have been arrested and indicted in the French city of Rouen on charges of forcing at least four underage girls into prostitution.
Angela Merkel's government is preparing a new bill that will force Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to hand over data, including passwords, of those accused of engaging in "hate speech" online.
A report has claimed that an area in the Swedish city of Borås has seen the rise of Islamisation due to the arrival of large numbers of Somalian migrants.
The German parliament has passed a non-binding resolution to encourage the government to ban the Lebanon-based Hezbollah terrorist group.
The Centre for Analysis of Terrorism (CAT) has released a report claiming that as many as 23 former French soldiers have joined Islamic terror groups such as the Islamic state.
Members of the German Green Party have proposed that so-called "climate refugees" should be allowed to move to the country and receive a German passport upon their arrival.
A group of around 50 far-left activists stormed a nativity play involving children in Toulouse on Saturday, shouting at the children and telling them they were "fascists".
A report from the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI) has claimed that the Chinese People's Liberation Army has used groups to infiltrate universities across Western Europe.
A Swedish court dropped public endangerment charges against a teen who was caught with a large bomb in his backpack which he claimed he had thought were drugs at the time.
The new leader of the German Social Democrats (SPD), Saskia Esken, has been accused of spying on her own employees in the past by German media
A 30-year-old Swedish woman has been convicted by a district court for engaging in a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old unaccompanied minor migrant in her care. The Attunda District Court found the woman guilty after she confessed to having had
A 28-year-old Algerian migrant was arrested in the Swiss municipality ofHolderbank this week after attempting to rape a woman after breaking into her home.
Leaked documents from the Finnish Ministry of Foreign Affairs show that the government has planned to fly Islamic State extremists and their children back to Finland.
Four Pakistani nationals were arrested in Barcelona earlier this week after they poured concrete on part of a memorial to the victims of the 2017 Barcelona terror attack.
The St. Pauli church in Malmö has removed a controversial gay painting from its altar in case people think it is not trans-inclusive.
The Conservative Party have beaten Labour in the seat of Blyth Valley which has been held by the Labour party for nearly 70 years since 1950.
Police in the Swedish multicultural city of Malmö have announced a new operation which will see drones equipped with cameras that can surveil areas around the clock to watch for crime.
A 16-year-old girl was held captive for five days in an apartment by a group of men who forced her to have sex 200 times for money.
The Swedish School Inspectorate has revoked a Gothenburg Islamic school's licence due to concerns that pupils may be exposed to radical Islamic ideology.
A gang of seven "youths" has been arrested in the German city of Augsburg after an off-duty fireman was attacked and beaten to death outside of the city's Christmas Market.
Police in several European countries have arrested dozens of suspected Nigerian mafia members as the crime organisation spreads across Italy and elsewhere.
Two people were fatally shot outside a nightclub inNorrköping, Sweden, as gang violence continues to plague the country.
A French rapper from a migrant-background has released a song bragging about "the Great Replacement" theory of rapid demographic change in the Western world.
A bronze 200-kilogram statue of the Virgin Mary has been found cut up into six pieces days after it was stolen from a Roman Catholic church in the city of Gothenburg.
Frenchformer anti-terror judge Marc Trévidic has warned that there is a substantial danger posed to the public by terrorism convicts set for release in the next two years.
A group of youths aged between 19 and 24 were handed sentences between 10 and 20 years for attempting to burn two police officers alive in their patrol vehicle in 2016.
French Interior Minister Christophe Castaner has announced the formation of a National Anti-Hate Office.
Radical Islamic imamAbu Ramadan, a migrant from Libya, is accused of illegally obtaining as much as590,000 Swiss francs (£455,335/$596,700) between 2003 and 2017.
The Belgian capital of Brussels has seen the arrival of dozens of underage migrant street children in recent months, many addicted to glue-sniffing and alcohol.
The St. Pauli church in the multicultural Swedish city of Malmö has unveiled a pro-LGBT altar painting featuring same-sex couples to celebrate the first day of advent.
A teenager from an Albanian background was arrested after attacking another teen dressed as Saint Nicholas's demonic counterpart "Krampus" during a parade in Switzerland.
Jews in Sweden say that they are finding it harder to be openly Jewish as statistics show antisemitic attacks are rising across the country.
Two Syrians have died as a result of a collision in Slovenia in which a people-smuggler lost control of a vehicle containing a total of eight illegal migrants.
Populist League (Lega) leader Matteo Salvini has accused Italian prime minister Giuseppe Conte of handing over Italian sovereignty to the European Union with changes to an EU bailout fund.
French parliamentarians have voted through an amendment to ban publicity campaigns for "Black Friday" sales as protestors stormed dozens of businesses across the country.
More than one million Swedes are now taking medication for depression, while a study has found people in Stockholm feel insecure due to surging crime.
Swedish authorities have arrested a 35-year-old Islamic State returnee for attempted destruction, possession of illegal weapons, and unlawful threats.
Fewer asylum seekers claiming to have converted from Islam to Christianity are being granted asylum in Germany, as authorities become more cautious about fake conversions.
A year after the terror attack at the Christmas market in Strasbourg, police have arrested two Chechens at the market for making signs of allegiance to the Islamic State.
Norway's Justice MinisterJøran Kallmyr has said that the recent controversial Quran-burning by an anti-Islamisation group should be covered under the nation's commitment to free speech.
German media has claimed that the German government is looking to completely ban the Islamist terror group Hezbollah as early as next week.
Dutch police have arrested two men this week on suspicion of preparing a terrorist attack during the December holiday season using explosive vests and car bombs.
A Gambian migrant, who had already been ordered to leave Italy twice, was arrested in Suzzara afterattacking two police officers outside of a shopping centre.
An anti-mass migration feminist group was forcibly removed from a protest against violence towards women, claiming it was because they denounced migrant sex attackers.
Germany's Federal Criminal Police Agency (BKA) has claimed that recently-arrived migrants are forming their own criminal clan gangs and are pressuring existing Arab and Lebanese gang families.
The Canadian Conservative Party (CPC) has been accused of hiring a pro-Antifa consultant to smear populist opponents ahead of the election.
Thousands of farmers from across Germany took to the streets of Berlin on Tuesday to protest the government's agricultural policy with an estimated 8,600 tractors blocking traffic.