French President Emmanuel Macron was not only present at the ÉlyséePalace during "Act IV" of the Gilets Jaunes (Yellow Vests) protests but had a helicopter on standby to escape in case protesters broke in, according to reports.
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Populist Alternative for Germany(AfD) MP Petr Bystron has slammed the European Union's current attitude towards Brexit saying the union has acted like the failed Warsaw Pact once ledby theformer SovietUnion (USSR).
A poll has revealed the majority of French do not think the new policies unveiled by French President Emmanuel Macron this week are enough and say they want the Gilets Jaunes (Yellow Vests) protests to continue.
Hundreds of GiletsJaunes (Yellow Vests) have been arrested in Paris as French police attempt to lock down the capital and quell protests.
French police inMontauban say they have discovered three improvised explosive devices along with 28 Molotovcocktails in possession of Gilets Jaunes (Yellow Vest) protestors as the French government spokesman warns of people wanting to "overthrow power".
A report released by the French National Observatory of Delinquency and Criminal Responses (ONDRP) has said that in 2017, France saw a huge increase in both sexual and violent crime.
On Friday, the German Christian Democratic Union (CDU) sees long-time leader Chancellor Angela Merkel step down and three candidates to compete for her job as party leader which could lead to major changes in party policy.
Following some of the worst riots seen in Paris in decades, the vast majority of French people still support the goals of the Gilets Jaunes (Yellow Vests).
Danish Prime MinisterLars Lökke Rasmussen has demanded that the European Union waive a clause requiring member states to take in asylum seekers calling the measure "wrong."
Over two months since the Swedish national election in September, no government has been formed as the centre-rightalliance has nearly split over the question of working with the populist Sweden Democrats.
An unnamed Italian government minister has claimed that French President Emmanuel Macron is the driving force behind pressure from the European Union against Italy, sayingthat the French leader is ultimately pushing for sanctions.
The anti-establishment Five Star Movement is seeing a decline as the popularity of Matteo Salvini rises, with some worried the League (Lega) leader may look to replace them in government.
A French inmate serving time inTarascon prison has been accused by investigators of publishing propaganda for the Islamic State terror group using a smuggled phone.
BrazilianfootballerRafinha was forced to apologise on social media after being slammed by critics for wearing an 'Arab Bomber' costume for Halloween this week.
French police officers in Essone were attacked by several masked youths and were sprayed with acid on Haloween, as gangs wreaked havoc across Francefollowing a call to riotposted on social media.
Several MPs led by Soros-funded HOPE not Hate director Ruth Smeeth who have expressed hatred for President Donald Trump are now begging his administration to ban Tommy Robinson from the U.S.
Populist Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini has announced his first steps to start deporting illegal migrants which will see the country invest 12 million euros and expects to deport at least 2,700 illegals.
Parispolice say they have arrested 1,552 Moroccan migrant minors so far in 2018 after cooperating with Moroccan authorities but have only managed to deport six.
A Facebook page belonging to a far-left Italian group has said that 16-year-oldDesirèe Mariottini was "lucky" after being drugged, raped, and murdered, allegedly by a group of migrants, because she's seen as a victim.
The former vice-president of a group linked to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğanis forming a political party in Vienna to counter "xenophobia" and to specifically give a voice to migrants.
Populist Italian Interior minister Matteo Salvini has expressed joy following reports that there are currently no migrant transport NGOs operating off the Libyan coast.
A Eurobarometer poll has found that Italy has become the most eurosceptic country within the European Union as only 44 percent of Italians would vote to remain in the bloc if a referendum were held.
A migrant from Lebanon with a long record of convictions has been arrested for murder after being released from prison following appeals against a prior conviction.
Two homosexual men in the 19tharrondissement of the French capital were physically attacked and taken to a hospital over the weekend after kissing each other in public.
Populist SwedenDemocrats leader Jimmie Åkesson has offered to resign as party leader if the move would help secure a coalition with the Moderate Party.
The Islamic State has released new threats against European countries in propaganda that shows the terrorist group may target mass transit systems in Germany.
Incidents of physical violence in Swedish schools have increased by 129 percent from 2012 to 2017, according to data.
Members of the far-left Autonomous University Collective (CUA) have sparked controversy after releasing posters of populistItalian interior minister Matteo Salvini calling for his assassination.
Belgian MPGeorges Dallemagne has expressed concern that the Grand Mosque of Brussels may have resumed more hardline sermons and may be continuingto preach hate. Mr Dallemagne said earlier this week that he believedthe leaders of the Grand Mosque were deceiving the authorities and “stringing them along” when it came to preaching more radical forms of Islam,Sudinfo reports.
A court in the Netherlands has admitted to giving a 38-year-old migrant who raped a disabled girl a light sentence so he would avoid deportation.
A Tunisian imam has been expelled from Italy after it was revealed that he had celebrated the Berlin Christmas Market terror attack in December of 2016 from his prison cell.
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has rejected the appeal of a German pro-life campaigner, opening up censorship to those who compare abortion to murder.
More than 200,000 asylum seekers in Germany who have come to the country since 2014 share the birthday of January 1st because they arrived without any form of identification.
French President Emmanuel Macron has announced announce the creation of a memorial museum to the victims of terrorism during an annual ceremony to remember those killed in terror attacks.
Alternative media news websites accounted for one-third of all the stories shared on Facebook during the Swedish election, according to areport that claims the influence of alternative media has grown in the country.
Father of Terror Victim Ebba Akerlund Demands Immigration Rules Investigation to Prevent More Killings
The father of terror victim Ebba Åkerlund has demanded a new commission be set up to look into Sweden's migration policies and answer why terrorist and failed asylum seeker Rakhmat Akilov was allowed to remain in the country.
According to theNational Suppression of Honor Prevention ofChildhood and Forced Marriage, a hotline set up for victims, the number of calls from those wanting to get out of forced or child marriages has steadily increased in Sweden.
The European Commissioner responsible for the budget GüntherOettinger has once again launched a salvo of attacks against the populist Italian government, accusing them of wanting to "destroy Europe".
After greatly reducing the number of migrants illegally entering Italy, populist Italian Interior Minister MatteoSalvini claims not to be content and has now set his sights on increasing deportations.
A doctor in the Swedish county ofVästernorrland has been fired after being accused of spreading "Nazi" messages on his social media accounts by his employers.
A 17-year-old Syrian asylum seeker has admitted to stabbing a 24-year-old German woman claiming that stabbing and potentially killing someone who insulted him is acceptable in his culture.
Over 1,000 right-wing supporters spontaneously gathered in Chemnitz city centre on Monday following the fatal stabbing of a man by migrants, with some attacking foreigners and yelling anti-migrant slogans.
A new study from the University of Warwick has reported German cities and towns which use the social media platform Facebook more than average are far more likely to see "attacks" against asylum seekers.
A new report has revealed that the standards of the German school system are in decline as teachers struggle with many migrant children who speak poor, and sometimes no, German.
Populist Sweden Democrats leader Jimmie Akesson has reinforced his stance on wanting to see Sweden leave the European Union, saying that no supranational body should have authority over the Swedish parliament.
Swedish authorities claim that organised criminal gangs are actively recruiting newly arrived asylum seekers and using them to commit money laundering and other types of fraud.
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini expressed outrage in reaction to a video which showed a Roma woman use a baby to rob an elderly disabled Italian woman of her pension at a cash machine.
A Japanese economist has warned that Japan should use caution following a loosening of regulations on foreign labourers claiming that the country should not open the gates to mass migration as Sweden has in the recent past.
A populist anti-mass migration city councillor in the Dutch city of The Hague was found dead of an apparent suicide after posting a video in which she claimed tohave beengang-raped by MuslimMoroccans.
According to the head of one of France'smost prominent asylum seeker support organisations, the global network of human traffickers which aid migrants across borders into Europe and elsewhere constitute a $32 billion (£25bn) industry.
A 44-year-old Sudanese migrant was arrested this week in the German town of Helmstedt in connection with the rape and murder of a 63-year-old homeless woman whose body was found last week.
Matteo Salvini's populist League (La Lega) has promised a comprehensive new pro-family government policy including child care and other policies to encourage Italians to have more children, with the plan being partially funded by a tax on migrants sending cash overseas.
Seven "youths" in the French town of Rochefort have been arrested after setting cars on fire explaining they wanted to act like how those in the "big cities" do.
Nearly one in four residents in Germany now come from migrant backgrounds, as almost 200,000 migrants gain the right to reunite with their families.
Newly released figures from Spanish police sources indicate that at least 50,000 sub-Saharan Africans are in Morocco waiting to head to Spain as Spanish Foreign MinisterJosep Borrell has claimed Europe needs "new blood".
The trial of a 20-year-old Syrian asylum seeker, accused of plotting to detonateexplosives in a crowd in Germany, has started at a court in Hamburg this week.
French President Emmanuel Macron'spopularity has sunk to historic lows as a scandal involving his bodyguardAlexandre Benalla, known as the "Benalla Affair", dominates French media.
Al-Qaeda operative Ali Charaf Damache was sentenced to 15 years' imprisonment by a U.S. court for his role in recruiting other radicals in a plot to assassinate Swedish artist Lars Vilks.
Italian Carabinieri arrested a 43-year-old Moroccan living in Italy earlier this week after he entered a shop and threatened to blow himself up in a nearby church.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbánstood firm on mass migration during a meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin Thursday, saying thathis country would refuse to allow Germany to send migrants back to Hungary.
Leader of Greek Island Community Warns Residents Angry Over Migration May Take Law 'Into Their Own Hands'
The leader of the community of Moria on the Greek island of Lesbos has called on the government to do more to deal with the escalating tensionsdue to the migrant crisis, warning that citizens may try and take the law "into their own hands.
Alt-left Antifa extremists have taken responsibility for a vicious attack on Generation Identity UK leader Tom Dupré,severely lacerating his face and allegedly leaving him unconscious for up to five minutes.
The Libya correspondent for the French newspaper Le Mondehas claimed the country could have as many as 700,000 to one million asylum seekers with many waiting to come to Europe.
In one night alone "vandals" destroyed185 glass panes at 70 different bus stops across the city of Gothenburg and the nearby municipality of Mölndal.
Firearms licences in Italy have increased by 13.8 percent in a singleyear and the populist Interior Minister Matteo Salvini is looking to liberalise home self-defence laws to allow Italians to confront intruders.
The new Italian populist coalition government will crack down on illegal street vendors, many of whom are migrants, with high fines for both the vendor and the buyer of illegal goods.
A mob of 200 migrants attempted to storm the Croatian border atMaljevac shouting "Allahu Akbar" as they fought with police who deployed tear gas against them.
Thursday Deadline Looms For Merkel to Save Herself as No Deal Reached at Weekend Migrant Crisis Summit
The crisis which could see the toppling of German Chancellor Angela Merkel has heightened after she was unable to secure any consensus or deal at an informal European summit on migration over the weekend.
The anti-mass migration Generation Identity movement has been banned permanently from Facebook, after all of their official pages were deleted due to "extremist content."
The Swedish consulate in Jerusalem has been forced to distance itself from a cartoon picture featuring a child in a hijab to celebrate the end of Ramadan, after a backlash from people accusing them of supporting the oppression of children.
An investigation into Germany's Federal Agency for Migration and Refugees (BAMF) has found that careercriminals with records of murder, rape, and drug dealing have been allowed to stay in the country under the asylum law.
A new study fromAustria has contendedthat not only is mass migration a large driver of population growth in Europe, but it may be close to being the sole driver, as native birthrates stagnate or decline.
A 22-year-old asylum seeker from Mali has been found guilty in a German court of strangling a Romanian woman to death after robbing her.
The Italian governmenthas announced that it may take in migrants from two NGO 'rescue' ships, but may seize the vessels for allegedly flying the Dutch flag illegally.
A crazed 30-year-old man was arrested in the French city of Tours after he attempted to stab random people with a knife on a bridge while yelling "Allahu Akbar".
The organisers of Sweden's largest music festival have announced that the event will come to a close after cancelling this year's festival following a wave of sex attacks last year.
Shooting fatalities in the heavily migrant-populated Swedish city of Malmö are set to exceed 2017's total, the morbid statistic propelled forward by the recent gang shooting in the area.
Police arrested a 21-year-old Gambian asylum seeker after he allegedly broke into a nursing home, sexually abused a 90-year-old German woman, and then robbed her.
An Italian poll has shown the right-populist La Lega led by firebrand Interior Minister Matteo Salvini ahead of the anti-establishment Five Star Movement (M5S) for the first time.
Tunisian migrantMohamed H. was sentenced to life in a Linz court Monday after being found guilty of murdering an elderly Austrian couple because they supported the populist, anti-mass migration Freedom Party (FPÖ).
U.S. Far-Left Group SPLC To Pay Counter-Extremist Maajid Nawaz $3.3M Settlement Over Anti-Muslim 'Hate List'
The U.S. far-left "anti-hate" Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) has agreed to pay anti-extremist British Muslim Maajid Nawaz a 3.3 million dollar settlement after the group included him in a list of anti-Muslim extremists.
Police inParis discovered a Quran along with texts in Arabic in a car which attempted to ram a police vehicle twice before the suspects inside the car fled on foot.
A thousand Muslims in the southern French city of Nice took to the street to pray on Friday following the end of the Islamicmonth ofRamadan, in defiance of the country's laws.
A Swiss centre for processing failed asylum seekers had claimed tohave lost track of 60 percent of themigrants awaiting deportation, who they say have simply disappeared.
The era of Angela Merkel may be coming to an end as longstandingdisagreements on migration policies between her and her Bavarian allies threaten to come to a head and potentially unseat the German leader, who has been at the country'shelm since 2005.
A group of between a dozen and twenty asylum seekers armed with various weapons launched an attack on police officers attempting to move a 20-year-old Liberian to another facility.
A pollhas revealed that the Italian public overwhelmingly backs Interior Minister Matteo Salvini's decision to block the migrant transport vessel the Aquarius from Italian ports, despite negative international reaction.
Turkey has claimed to have sent "thousands" of Islamic scholars and teachers to Europe to influence Turkish-background children to remain loyal to the near-east country, according to a letter sent to school children in Austria.
Deportations of failed asylum seekers and illegal migrants have increased by 36 percent under populist Freedom Party (FPÖ) Interior Minister Herbert Kickl compared to 2017 as Austria looks to provide more information to the public on deportation cases.
A 30-year-old asylum seeker in Belgium has been sentenced to four years' imprisonment after heraped a mentally disabled woman hoping to get her pregnant so he could use the child as an excuse to remain in the country.
Editor in chief of the Belgian edition of the women's magazine Marie Claire, Anouk Van Gestel, has been accused of aiding migrants trying to cross illegally to the UK along with another Belgian journalist in a trial that began last week.
In a change of pace, the Swedish government has praised U.S. President Donald J. Trump's meeting with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un, calling the summit a "victory for diplomacy".
Man Arrested After Weapon Threats, Shouting 'Allahu Akbar' in Belgian City Recently Rocked by Terror
A 32-year-old man was arrested Sunday in the Belgian city of Liege after he threatened to use a weapon on a restaurant manager while shouting "AllahuAkbar".
A man, who has claimed to be armed with both a firearm and a bomb, has taken several people hostage on therue des Petites-Écuries in the 10tharrondissement of Paris demanding to speak with the Iranian embassy.
A programme at a Swedish open-air swimming bath in Malmö that eliminated gender-separate areas to encourage transgender bathers has resultedin men taking the opportunity to stare at naked women.
Failed Iraqi asylum seeker Ali Bashar has been captured in Iraq and returned to Germany after confessing to the murder of Jewish 14-year-old Susanna F.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has largely abandoned support for the European Union's migrant quota system, instead, pushing for what she has termed "flexible solidarity" and a "Marshall Plan" for Africa to preventillegal migration.
A Muslim man in France who was indicted for manslaughter for shaking his 5-month-old daughter to death blamed fasting during Ramadan for putting him "on edge".
The scandal involving alleged bribes for asylum decisions at the Bremen branch of the German federal office for migration and refugees (BAMF) may be even more widespread as a senior member of the agency has claimed the conditions in Bremen were not an isolated case.
Austria's conservative-populist coalition government will close seven radical Islamic mosques and expel dozens of foreign-funded imams with populist Vice Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache remarking, "We're only just getting started.