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.
MixedTimes - Chris Tomlinson
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.
Both Italy and Greece have seen a new influx of migrants in the last several days, with Greece alone receiving over 700 migrants in 24 hours.
Police in Switzerland have arrested an alleged Islamic State fighter said to have lived in the country as an asylum seeker for at least six months.
Eight out of ten Swedish municipalities will be forced to make serious cuts to local services this year due to changing demographics and costs of newly arrived migrants.
Thieves have stolen a billion euros worth of jewels from the Green Vault of theResidenzschloss in Dresden, in one of the biggest heists in German post-war history.
Swedish authorities have stopped and inspected over 5,000 vehicles in 36 hours at the ports of Stockholm, Gothenburg, and Trelleborg as part of a new operation to tackle gang crime networks.
In the past week, around 800 migrants have attempted to reach Italy from North Africa as migrant transport NGO activity has resumed the flow of migrants in the Mediterranean.
A 23-year-old Bangladeshi imam faces deportation from Italy after investigators confirmed he had physically assaulted young children at a religious school.
A group of demonstrators, believed to belong to the far-left anarchist scene in Trieste, toasted the murder of two police officers who were killed by a migrant last month.
Two men are accused of breaking into a church in the French commune of Tarbes and vandalising the place of worship and soiling books with faeces.
A Nigerian migrant who was said to have been beaten up by "fascists" was actually assaulted by Roma from eastern Europe, according to police sources.
Swedish Prime Minister StefanLöfven has claimed that there is no link between the high number of migrants the country has taken in recent years and the rising problem of gang violence.
Uber in France has joined the British branch of the company in introducing a new anti-discrimination button on its popular ride-sharing app
The populist Sweden Democrats have come first in a new opinion poll as the ruling Social Democrats struggle to deal with ongoing violent gang crime and a wave of explosions across the country.
The ceiling of the grand foyer of theThéâtre du Châteletin central Paris was damaged by a hip-hop party only months after a costly two-year renovation.
A new report from the Ile-de-France Mobilités (IDFM) has claimed that theft offences have dramatically increased this year to "unequalled levels" across the Paris metro system.
Swedish police arrested an illegal migrant this week after it was found he had been working in the secure area of Stockholm's Arlanda airport despite having a deportation order.
French authorities in Paris are on high alert and will be on the streets of the capital in large numbers for the first anniversary of the Gilets Jaunes (Yellow Vests) protests.
A year after the start of the Gilets Jaunes (Yellow Vests) movement, a new poll shows that 55 per cent of the French people still support the protestors.
The European Court of Justice has ruled that Israel will no longer be able to label products "Made in Israel" if they were made in settlements in the West Bank.
France is the European member state most affected by radical Islamic terrorism according to a study that shows over half of the terror attacks in the EU occurred in the country.
Around one-third of young prostitutes in the Paris suburbs of Seine-Saint-Denis are under 15, with some as young as just six, according to a local NGO.
While hockey icon Don Cherry was fired after leftist backlash this week, the former Coach's Corner co-host has been a thorn in the side of the Canadian left for years.
Leftists in Canada succeeded in getting Canadian hockey icon Don Cherry fired after he made comments about the lack of poppies worn for Remembrance Day by recent immigrants in Ontario.
The German city of Leipzig has offered members of the public 100,000 euros to positively identify violent far-left Antifa extremists following a wave of attacks in the city.
The Spanish populist party Vox have promised to build an "impassable wall" around Spain's North African exclaves to stop illegal immigration as the party surges ahead of Sunday's election.
During a recent visit to Hungary, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan once again threatened to open the gates for Syrians to head to Europe in large numbers.
Women at an asylum home inHalmstad have claimed to feel increasingly unsafe around male residents who make abusive comments at them and try to sexually assault them.
As migration routes in the Mediterranean sea change, the island of Cyprus is now being inundated with migrants and has the most arrivals per capita.
Syrian and Afghan asylum seekers attacked a village disco in a small German village armed with machetes after two were kicked out by a bouncer.
TheSwedish Inheritance Fund, which manages the wealth of deceased Swedes with no heirs, will be using the money of dead Swedes to fund drag queen shows.
Support for the separatism of Canada's western provinces, or Wexit, has set record highs in a new poll following the election victory of Liberal leader Justin Trudeau.
Nearly twenty Berlin police were said to have been brutally attacked by far-left Antifa extremists during a demonstration in one of the city's strongholds for leftist extremism.
The ex-wife of jihadistHakim Benladghem has been sentenced to just 150 hours of community service after being arrested for "possession of weapons in a terrorist context".
The Swedish bomb squad were called to a shopping centre in the city ofKristianstad Monday after an explosive device was found outside a property.
A member of the Swedish Centre party has said he sees both "disadvantages and advantages" to the practice of having a polygamous marriage.
German far-left Antifa extremists broke into the apartment of a real estate company employee and viciously beat her in an ongoing war against a luxury apartment development in Leipzig.
Thieves used a car as a battering ram to break down the doors of the Oloron-Sainte-Marie cathedral in the French Pyrenees and stole multiple religious objects, while in Oberhaslach a statue of Saint Bernadette was a beheaded.
Police have arrested five members of a far-left extremist group in Milan after they broke into vacant public housing and illegally gave it away to migrants.
An analyst at Sweden's National Bomb Guard has claimed that the growing explosion and bombing phenomenon in the country is not matched by any other industrialised nation.
On Halloween night, mobs set fires to two schools in the French city of Béziers, causing significant damage. The perpetrators also attacked police and responding firefighters.
Cocaine consumption has hit an all-time high within Europe according to a report that states London's use alone involves over a billion euros per year.
A female Islamic State member on trial in Germany is accused of keeping two women and a young girl as slaves while living with her jihadi husband in Syria.
As his League party continues to dominate Italian national polls, populist leader Matteo Salvini rejected allegations of fascist allusions, saying that fascism is dead and to be called a populist "is a compliment".
Minister of Public Administration Lena Micko claimed Sweden needs more refugees to fill jobs, despite the unemployment rate of migrants being several times higher than for native-born Swedes.
A police station in the Swedish city ofStaffanstorp was targetted by an explosive device, with witnesses describing the blast as loud and powerful. The explosion occurred in the early hours of Monday morning and caused damage to the main door
Canadian Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau wore a bulletproof vest at a campaign event in Mississauga, Ontario, in what some are calling an "unprecedented" move.
Far-left activistHadama Traoré was arrested in the no-go Paris suburbs of Seine-Saint-Denis after attempting to pay homage toMickael Harpon, an Islamic convert who murdered four people at a Paris police station.
Kurdish activists in France are protesting against the Turkish incursion into northern Syria across several French cities after tense scenes unfolded between Kurds and police in Paris.
Synagogue shooting suspect Stephan Balliet, 27, had previously been a member of the German armed forces, the Bundeswehr, according to his father.
The Danish government will introduce permanent border controls with Sweden due to the rising tide of gang violence plaguing the Scandinavian country.
Berliners have expressed disbelief after a Syrian migrant who stormed a synagogue with a knife yelling "Allah hu Akbar!" was freed from jail only a day later.
FrenchEducation Minister Jean-Michel Blanquer revealed cases of a dozen Muslim public school teachers who have been radicalised, along with a far greater number of radicalised pupils.
Two Muslim Paris police officers have had their weapons taken away from them, with one suspended from duty, after allegations that the pair may have been radicalised.
The Swedish government has proposed allowing children as young as 15 to undergo gender reassignment surgery. But an investigation claims there is a lack of evidence that medical procedures prevent suicides.
A gang of Moroccan migrants face trial in Rennes after being accused of robbing and sexually assaulting prostitutes in several cities across France.
Canadian Liberal leader Justin Trudeau has labelled those who support the UK leaving the EU as "alt-right" in a new attack against his Conservative Party rival.
The number of Swedes reporting to have been victims of sexual crimes has tripled between 2014 and 2018, according to a report by the SwedishCrime Prevention Council Brå.
Mass migration costs French taxpayers around 10 billion euros per year,according to figures from the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).
The far-left French activist group SOS Racisme has begun targetting advertisers of French newspaper Le Figaro after one of its writers, philosopher Eric Zemmour, made a controversial speech on Islam and immigration.
The German Bundesrat, the upper chamber of the German parliament, has proposed banning Germans from denigrating both the European Union flag and its national anthem.
A new study from the University of Salzburg has shown 70 per cent of Austrians feel Islam is simply not compatible with the Western world.
Four men, including one Swedish citizen, have been arrested following a bombing in the Philippines that is believed to be linked to Islamic State.
Palestinian rappersShadi Al-Bourini and Shadi Al-Najjar, known for their antisemitic and anti-Israel lyrics, have been banned from performing at a rally in Berlin.
Former Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz has warned that a new wave of migrants could be on the horizon as landings in Italy and Greece rise.
The majority of the suspects in shootings in the city of Malmö come from migration backgrounds, according to a report from Swedish media.
Sweden is currently experiencing a surge in labour migration from outside the European Union but in the cases of Iraqis and Syrians, family reunification migration is rising even further.
Police working in the notorious no-go Stockholm suburb of Rinkeby have decried the situation in the area, claiming criminals laugh at Swedish laws.
As 2,700 migrants face expiration on their "transit apartments," the Green Party in Gothenburg has demanded they be allowed to live in their residences permanently.
Dutch lawyerDerk Wiersum was shot dead on the streets of Amsterdam this week, with some believing the shooting was tied to a major Moroccan mafia drug case.