A 12-year-old Swedish girlwas killed over the weekend while walking her dog by alleged gang members as one criminologist has warned Sweden is becoming like the "Wild West".
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An Algerian doner kebab chef who chopped off another Algerian migrant's leg after a dispute turned violent two years ago is back in a Leipzig court after the victim's lawyer appealed his two-year probation sentence.
French populist Marine Le Pen has reportedly ousted several prominent social conservatives from the National Rally's (RN) inauguration committee ahead of French regional elections.
The local government in Turin, Italy, has allowed Muslim groups to publicly celebrate an Islamic holiday while still restricting other gatherings due to the Wuhan coronavirus.
Police have arrested an Afghan migrant in Dortmund for the alleged rape of a 13-year-old girl, just a month after he had been arrested for allegedly raping an 11-year-old.
A Somalian migrant taxi driver, who was arrested for trying to run several people over with his vehicle, has a history of criminal behaviour including claims of sexual abuse of a child and assaulting female Swedish police.
Populist leader Marine Le Pen has vowed to deport any and all criminal migrants if she wins the French presidency in 2022.
The Greek government has begun giving €2,000 to asylum seekers located on various Aegean islands to incentivise them to go back to their home countries.
A group of youths brutally beat the mayor of a small town in the French department ofIsère after he attempted to stop them from shooting off fireworks.
An English couple visiting the French city of Calais were surprised after finding two teenage migrants had snuck into the rooftop cargo box of their car in an attempt to sneak into the UK.
Populist Senator Matteo Salvini slammed the leftist coalition government of Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, noting the recent increase of illegal migrants and the risks of a new Wuhan coronavirus outbreak.
A group of youths attacked a Roman Catholic church in the Swedish town of Ystad, throwing rocks at church-goers during an evening mass.
Lampedusa in the Mediterranean has seen a recent surge in migrant arrivals, with the Italian island now seeing an average of one migrant boat arrive every hour.
A party at a nightclub in Prague has been linked to at least 109 new Wuhan coronavirus infections as the Czech Republic sees a new surge of cases in recent days.
Friday, July 24th marked the first Islamic Friday prayers in the Hagia Sophia since Turkey recently converted the former museum into a mosque and has been described as like a “rock concert” by Swedish media.
Swedish police say the number of incidents of adults paying for sex with minors has increased, with 'sugar dating' websites driving growth.
Two Pakistani migrants have been sentenced to 14 and nine years in prison after they kidnapped a 17-year-old, blackmailed, and raped him.
Austrian Interior MinisterKarl Nehammer has introduced a "Vienna Declaration" to combat mass illegal migration.
French President Emmanuel Macron has called for the European Union to pursue sanctions against Turkey over the country's violations of the Greek exclusive economic zone in the Mediterranean.
An elderly woman in a Swedish nursing home went without eating because none of the carers working that day spoke Swedish well enough.
The European Commission has slammed the Turkish government over its Navtex alert issued earlier this week for seismic research off of the coast of a Greek island.
A Swedish court has convicted and sentenced a Somalian migrant to 11 years in prison after he raped a nine-year-old girl at knifepoint earlier this year, his second child rape conviction in three years.
A study released by the FrenchCentre for Terrorism Analysis (CAT) has revealed that 60 per cent of Islamic radicals who left France to fight abroad between 1986 to 2006 have gone on to commit terrorist offences.
The number of people testing positive for the sexually transmitted disease chlamydia has decreased during the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak, according to figures released by the Swedish Public Health Agency.
Left Party leaderJonas Sjöstedt slammed the Swedish government for supporting the European Union (EU) coronavirus bailout package, passed without the option to deny money to Hungary and other nations he claims are not protecting democracy.
French locals in the no-go Paris suburbs have managed to come to an agreement with local drug dealers to allow them to operate in the area if the dealers keep the streets quiet at night.
A senior reporter for newspaper Aftonbladet has admitted the paper would label those against mass migration as fascists to stifle debate.
Police arrested a 32-year-old man in the Paris no-go suburbs of Seine-Saint-Denis after a failed attempt to attack party-goers while he was armed with a knife and a semi-automatic rifle.
A majority of Greeks have expressed dissatisfaction with the international response to the Turkish regime announcing it would be converting the Hagia Sophia into a mosque.
Italian cemetery workers were caught on CCTV dismembering bodies of the recently deceased as part of a scam that offered a supposed cheap alternative to cremation.
A firefighter was rushed to hospital earlier this week after being shot in the leg by an unknown assailant while attempting to put out a car fire on Bastille Day.
The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) has ruled that Hungary must recognise the gender of an Iranian refugee who fled the country over their transgender identity.
Doctors have blamed a surge in new coronavirus cases in the southern city of Marseilles on people coming to France from North Africa.
A video produced by thedistrict office of Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg has been criticised for featuring a sticker promoting the far-left extremist Antifa group as part of a presentation for an anti-right-wing extremism award.
Julian Reichelt, the editor-in-chief of Germany's largest tabloid newspaper Bild,has vowed not to grant members of the populist Alternative for Germany (AfD) any more traditional interviews.
Criminals along the Greek border are allegedly selling fake medical certificates showing a negative result for the Wuhan coronavirus to those travelling to Greece.
Two groups of migrants comprised of a total of 13 people had escaped a detention facility in the French city of Metz in just 48 hours.
Two Islamic convert girls have been sentenced after being convicted of plotting to attack a police station in the city ofSaint-Etienne.
Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders/MSF) has been accused of reinforcing "colonialism and white supremacy" by 1,000 current and former employees in a letter to the NGO's management.
German police have entered their third day of a manhunt for 31-year-old Yves EtienneRausch, who is accused of pulling a firearm on four officers and disarming them during a police check.
France Stratégie, a group affiliated with the French Prime Minister's Office, has released data showing the growth in numbers of non-European migrant children in French urban areas.
Two Swedish citizens have been convicted and sentenced to just four and five years for the bombing of a tax office in Copenhagen last year.
German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer has revealed that an Egyptian spy worked in the offices of Chancellor Angela Merkel's spokesman Steffen Seibert for years, possibly collecting information on Egyptian opposition groups.
A report compiled by members of the French Senate has detailed the spread of political Islam across France and listed 44 proposals to combat radical Islamist ideology.
Migrants placed under coronavirus quarantine in the town ofSiculiana have been allowed to essentially roam free, after police were allegedly commanded not to use coercion to stop them breaking lockdown rules.
Italian authorities have seized the Sea-Watch 3 vessel, citing several "irregularities" after the ship brought over 200 migrants to Italy last month, many of them infected with the Chinese coronavirus.
At least 60 per cent of Italians say they are worried about racism in Italy today under the leftist coalition government, a 13 per cent increase from a poll taken when populist Matteo Salvini's League was in power.
The Canadian government has admitted that it has lost track of two-thirds of the 50,000 migrants targeted for deportation orders, most of them failed asylum seekers.
Father Antonio Zanotti, who is currently under investigation by Italian authorities for fraud, has been accused of sexually abusing a migrant under the care of his pro-migrant NGO.
The GermanJoint Analysis and Strategy Centre for Illegal Migration (Gasim) has claimed that people smugglers in North Africa are actively tracking migrant transport NGO vessels and sending migrants to them.
European Finance Commissioner Paolo Gentiloni has warned that the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic may be hurting the economies of European Union states more than was previously forecast.
A group of intoxicated African migrants has been accused of harassing and assaulting the mayor of Eastern Samos on the island of Samos after being asked to leave a city square.
A 20-year-old Libyan migrant has been accused of attempting to rape three women in one night, slashing and stabbing one of his victims nine times.
A 19-year-old migrant from the Ivory Coast has died after being stabbed to death by an Afghan asylum seeker in the notorious Moria migrant camp on the Greek island of Lesbos.
Moroccan-bornSaid Mechaout has been sentenced to a maximum 30 years behind bars over a year after he murdered Italian manStefano Leo in Turin because he was "white" and"happy".
Swedish prime minister Stefan Löfven has rejected the idea of placing any limit on asylum applications, stating that such a proposal would be in contrary to supporting the right of asylum itself.
Police in the German regions ofBrandenburg, Mecklenburg-West Pomerania and Saxony-Anhalt have conducted several raids against a neo-Nazi group that was allegedly plotting an arson attack against a mosque.
An Afghan migrant has died after being stabbed in a brawl in central Stockholm. Another two Afghans were knifed as well.
Greek government spokesman Stelios Petsas has come out against the proposal from Turkey to convert Istanbul's Hagia Sophia back into a mosque, saying such a move would strain relations between Christians and Turkey.
The migrant transport NGOMediterranea Saving Humans has brought another 43 migrants to Italy from North Africa, and eight have so far tested positive for the Wuhan coronavirus.
Just days after storming an airport runway in Paris, Swedish members of the extremist climate change group Extinction Rebellion blocked an SAS airlines flight at Sweden'sÄngelholm–Helsingborg Airport.
Carola Rackete, a sea captain and pro-migrant activist, has demanded that the European Union defund its border agency Frontex, claiming that the political bloc and several of its member states are preventing migrants from being transported to Europe.
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz has accused Turkey of sowing strife in Europe after members of the far-right Turkish Grey Wolves clashed with Kurdish leftists and their Antifa allies in Vienna.
Electricity in an area of Berlin was cut off on Tuesday after far-left Antifa militants allegedly vandalised street lights by tearing out cables before members of the group set fires and vandalised property.
Germany is considering a massive restructure to the eliteSpecial Forces Command a series of far-right extremist allegations.
Locals on the Italian island of Lampedusa participated in a referendum calling for an end to new illegal migrant landings.
Members of the climate change alarmist group Extinction Rebellion occupied runways at Paris Orly Airport on Friday, interrupting flights and demanding domestic air travel be cancelled.
A central French police laboratory has found that organised protesters targeted riot police with chemical agents, after testing samples from a recent protest in Paris.
Over 18,000 people who came to Sweden during the height of the 2015 migrant crisis have been granted Swedish citizenship -- and by extension EU citizenship -- since being initially accepted for asylum status.
A group with direct links to the government of the United Kingdom and to senior members of the UK Labour Party has taken credit for having websites ZeroHedge and The Federalist threatened with suspension of service by Google ads.
French police have allegedly refused to arrest an individual fearing that accusations of racism could get them sacked.
Black Lives Matter (BLM) protesters in the multicultural Swedish city of Malmöreportedly handed out flyers calling for the abolition of police.
98,867 immigrants have been given permanent residency in Sweden since the migrant crisis, with one-fifth of all residents now foreign-born.
Macron's France: Public Called to Hold Eight-Minute Silence in Solidarity with George Floyd Protesters
The party of French President Emmanuel Macron called on members of the movement and the public to join them in an eight-minute 46-second moment of silence for George Floyd.
Italian intelligence agencies have warned of a new surge of migrants in the coming weeks, stating at that least 20,000 migrants are ready to leave Libya and head for Europe.
The King Leopold II statue has been taken down in the city of Antwerp after sustaining damage during anti-racism protests.
Greek police arrested five minors who had Molotov cocktails and were thought to be plotting attacks on police officers, with officials speculating Antifa far-left anarchists may have recruited them.
Gothenburg police chiefErik Nord has admitted he did not see the violence coming at a Black Lives Matter protest that turned into riots, saw at least ten arrests, and 15 to 20 cars set on fire.
Greece has released footage which they claim shows Turkish coastguard vessels escorting illegal migrant boats as they make their way toward Greek islands in the Aegean Sea.
Members of the Swedish public have expressed outrage after police in the multicultural city of Malmögranted permission for a Black Lives Matter protest that attracted thousands of demonstrators.
Police in Paris have arrested three men accused of impersonating officers in a video that attempted to portray real police as racists in the wake of Black Lives Matter protests.
President Emmanuel Macron's government is concerned that Black Lives Matter protests could spread rioting across France.
The Swedish government has been accused of removing test scores of foreign-born pupils and those with poor Swedish language skills to boost the country's PISA educational score.
Investigative journalist group Project Veritas has released purported undercover footage of the secretive Rose City Antifa group in Portland, Oregon, alleging to show activists promoting violence and teaching combat techniques.
German security services have warned that far-left Antifa extremists have begun infiltrating climate change groups to gain legitimacy and spread their anti-state anarchist ideology.
The EuropeanCentre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) has claimed that "herd immunity" from the Wuhan coronavirus will be achieved by Autumn of 2021 at the earliest.
The far-left anarchist group "Attaque" has taken credit for an attack on the vehicle of an MP belonging to French President Emmanuel Macron's La République En Marche! (LREM/Republic on the Move).
A constitutional judge in Hamburg has been linked to Germany's far-left extremist Antifa scene as well as the banned Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) terrorist group.
A populist Alternative for Germany (AfD) MP has called on the European Union and Germany to ban the far-left extremist group Antifa after U.S. President Donald Trump declared it would be designated a terrorist group.
An Italian court has sentenced three foreign people-smugglers to 20 years each after they were found guilty of torturing migrants who were attempting to cross the Mediterranean.
A United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) report has revealed that as many as 650,000 migrants are currently waiting in Libya, ready to cross the Mediterranean Sea to Europe.
Greek police arrested two far-left extremists after the pair attempted to bomb the house of a conservative former Minister of State.
A night of urban violence and rioting erupted in the Paris suburb ofMontigny-lès-Cormeilles on Wednesday night following the death of an 18-year-old motorcyclist which was blamed on police.
Brothel operators in Saarland have launched a lawsuit aimed at the major restrictions on their businesses put in place by the German government's Wuhan coronavirus lockdown.
Swedish journalistJenny Wennberg has declared that so-called "soy boys", who are often effeminate, feminist, and "antithetical" to traditional patriarchal men, are the future and have a role to play in Swedish society.
Activists have become angered after a German court ruled that citizens would not be able to change their gender to "non-binary" without medical and other supporting documents.
The European Commission has proposed a massive €750 billion (£673bn/$825bn) Wuhan coronavirus bailout package as many across Europe have begun to question the European Union itself.
A poll revealed that the vast majority of Hungarians, 78 per cent, say they believe Prime Minister Viktor Orbán's Wuhan coronavirus response was better than other European countries.
The trial of populist Italian Senator Matteo Salvini for allegedly kidnapping migrants has been postponed following leaks of Whatsapp chats between Italian magistrates last week and the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak.
Security experts from the Council of Europe have warned of the possibility of biological terror in the wake of the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic, saying the outbreak has revealed societal vulnerabilities.