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.
MixedTimes - Chris Tomlinson
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.
TheFreie Universität Berlin (FU), one of Germany's most elite universities, has been accused of engaging in a special relationship with a Chinese state university and closely cooperating with Beijing.
An Afghan woman was detained by Turkish authorities after attempting to enter Sweden using the passport of a well-known pro-migration activist. She claimed her passport was stolen during a trip to Iran.
A round of audits by Greece'sNational Transparency Authority of pro-migration NGOs has revealed massive growth in recent years, with some receiving tens of millions of euros in revenue.
The Greek Shipowners' Association has donated ten new Rafnar maritime boats to the Greek coastguard to help the country stop illegal immigration to the Greek islands in the Aegean Sea.
Hungarian-American plutocrat George Soros attacked populist Italian senator Matteo Salvini, claiming the League (Lega) leader wants to get Italy out of the European Union and the euro currency.
Three "youths" in the notorious radical Islamist hotbed municipality of Molenbeek in Brussels were arrested after spitting on police vehicle door handles in an effort to spread the Wuhan coronavirus.
A leaked chat between Italian magistrates reveals that while they admitted thinking in private that former interior minister Matteo Salvini's migrant policies were correct and legal, they chose to attack him publicly.
Several Swedish medical experts have slammed the government's response to the Chinese coronavirus pandemic, stating that the death toll is "catastrophically high" as a report reveals herd immunity is likely not on the horizon.
A mob of around 200 people attempted to interfere with German police in the Marxlohno-go zone of the city of Duisburg as they were trying to arrest an 18-year-old.
Norway's airline Norwegian Air has calmed fears of bankruptcy with new major investments, including one from a corporation linked to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
French police in the Paris suburb ofBagnolet have arrested four people after discovering the alleged headquarters of the city's far-left extremist Antifa movement where explosives were being manufactured.
Ylva Johansson, European Commissioner for Home Affairs, has claimed that the European Union would be much poorer without mass migration and called for more legal paths for migrants to enter the bloc.
Experts have warned that a ruling by the German constitutional court on the European Central Bank (ECB) could lead to the breakup of the euro currency.
Populist National Rally (RN) leader Marine Le Pen has called for the dissolution of the French parliament and fresh elections after President Emmanuel Macron's party lost its majority on Tuesday.
Employees of the DutchCentral Agency for the Reception of Asylum Seekers (COA) have claimed they work in fear of "underage" migrants they say use refugee reception homes as a base while they commit crimes.
In Malakassa, Greece, local politicians and residents have criticised a move to house over 3,000 migrants in a camp next to the village of just 514 people.
Fresh riots have raged for two nights in the French commune ofArgenteuil after an 18-year-old local died after being involved in a motorcycle accident.
Thousands of Germans from across the political spectrum turned out to protest the Wuhan coronavirus lockdown measures in several cities for a second weekend.
A 23-year-old Iraqi male has been charged with the murder of a teenage girl after the head of the 17-year-old was discovered in his flat.
Several Danish political parties have announced support for opening Denmark's borders as the Chinese coronavirus outbreak declines in the country -- but not to Sweden, where cases and deaths continue to rise.
French pro-migrant groups have denounced "racist" comments online following the murder of migrant aid association headJean Dussine, who was killed by an Afghan migrant earlier this week.
The European Union police agency Europol has warned that people-smuggling activities have surged as member-states soften lockdown measures to contain the spread of the Chinese coronavirus.
A drone carrying illegal drugs into a prison in Belgium has crashed, with local authorities saying the crash was caused by the drone being overloaded.
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has called on Hungary to release migrants kept in transit zones on the Serbian border, claiming the illegal aliens were being kept in unlawful detention.
Poland's Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki slammed Sweden's no-lockdown policy on the Chinese coronavirus, labelling the approach "Darwinian".
Migrants who arrived on the Greek island of Lesbos last week after departing turkey have tested positive for the Wuhan coronavirus.
Spain has seen the most asylum applications in the European Union, overtaking Germany and France amid a surge of arrivals from South America.
The League's Matteo Salvini has attacked the proposed amnesty, pointing to the millions of unemployed Italians who need work before illegals.
A trade unionist has threatened a general strike of migrant farm labourers if the Italian government does not declare an amnesty.
Illegal migrants quarantined aboard aferry after landing in Italy are estimated to be costing taxpayers over €4,000 per month each.
Two of the Antifa suspects involved in an attack on a television crew have been revealed as coming from a privileged middle-class background.
Hungarian Foreign MinisterPéterSzijjártó invited ambassadors from the Scandinavian countries to a meeting after their foreign ministers signed a letter slamming Hungary’s Wuhan coronavirus response. Szijjártó accused Denmark, Finland, Iceland Norway and Sweden of “spreading false news” about Hungary’s coronavirus lockdown
Nearly two-thirds of Italians fear the country could see riots in the wake of coronavirus, while trust in politicians hits single-digit lows.
Populist Senator Salvini slammed the government for handing over millions of euros to al-Shabaab for the return of a kidnapped aid worker.
A 63-year-old Congolese migrant was arrested by police after allegedly raping a 92-year-old resident in a nursing home where he was employed.
French police arrested four individuals caught selling drugs and offering free hand sanitiser and medical masks with each purchase.
Several Italian regions have demanded their shops and restaurants be allowed to start reopening on Monday, and the economy gradually opened up more as the month goes on.
A cargo ship unloaded 79 migrants to the island of Sicily as Italy sees a rise in illegal immigration and the European Union border agency Frontex warns of a surge of migrants heading toward Greece.
An Italian nurse working on the frontline against the Chinese coronavirus was brutally sexually assaulted by an African migrant after finishing her shift and heading to her home.
A Chechen migrant was arrested in the commune ofMontereau-Fault-Yonne after dragging a police officer 60 feet with his vehicle while trying to escape a Wuhan coronavirus lockdown checkpoint.
The Grand Mosque of Paris has threatened to file a discrimination lawsuit against the French government if it is not allowed to open to worshippers before the end of Ramadan.
Seven French agricultural organisations have called on the government to increase food sovereignty as a response to dangers revealed by the Wuhan coronavirus crisis.
The European Commission has warned that the entire European Union could be facing a historic recession due to the economic impact of the Wuhan coronavirus.
Despite the continuing coronavirus outbreak, Italy has seen a surge in migrants at its northern border and one the island of Lampedusa, which is becoming overwhelmed.
The head of Sweden's coronavirus response, Anders Tegnell, claimed the Wuhan coronavirus might have been in the country as early as November.
The French government has demanded that its national airline Air France embrace Green ideology and cancel all domestic flights to receive a government bailout.
An Antifa anarchist website has taken credit for the destruction of two vehicles belonging to the French post office, as far-left violence continues during the Wuhan coronavirus lockdown.
For the first time since 2011, more migrants and asylum seekers left Denmark than arrived at its borders in 2019.
Migrants in theBarriera di Milano, an area in the city of Turin containing many ethnic shops, have been accused of ignoring strict coronavirus lockdown measures by local Italians.
A retirement home in the Swedish capital of Stockholm that is currently awaiting renovations will be turned into apartments for newly-arrived migrants.
For a third night straight, the "vulnerable neighbourhood" ofMonnaie in the commune ofRomans-sur-Isère saw clashes between "youths" and police as violence continues to occur despite coronavirus lockdown measures.
Authorities have fined Albanian doctors and nurses who came to Italy to help fight the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak for throwing a party in their hotel room following the end of their mission.
Several German parties, including the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) of Chancellor Angela Merkel, have expressed support for allowing public broadcasts of the Islamic call to prayer during Ramadan across Germany.
Police arrested two far-left Antifa extremists on Tuesday in France who were armed with firearms and were plotting an attack on police officers.
Italian Region Now Thinks it Already Had 1,200 Coronavirus Cases Before 'Patient One' Was Even Detected
An analysis of the Italian region of Lombardy has found that the area had as many as 1,200 cases of Wuhan coronavirus before "patient one" was identified in February.
Half of the staff at a department of the Helsingborg hospital have tested positive for the Wuhan coronavirus as Sweden reports over 2,500 deaths across the country.
The neighbour of a man who attempted to assassinate several police officers in Colombes on Monday has been arrested for claiming he has the same "plans" as the suspected terrorist.
The EU will not take measures against Hungary over the virus lockdown, despite lurid allegations by opponents of the Orban's government.
Police arrested a 33-year-old Austrian man after he tried to gain access to the country's parliament while armed with a machete, claiming he only wanted to talk.
While some crime has gone down significantly since the start of the coronavirus outbreak in Sweden, gang shootings have actually increased since last year.
In the last several days alone, three criminals released from prison early due to the Wuhan coronavirus have ended up back behind bars after committing new crimes.
Residents in the no-go Paris suburbs of Seine-Saint-Denis have received three times the number of fines for breaking Wuhan coronavirus lockdown measures than the French national average.
A leaked internal police memo in the northern department ofCalvados told officers to limit their interventions to only serious crimes in Muslim areas during Ramadan.
A number of leftist groups, including political parties and trade unions, have signed a letter declaring the anger that led to the widespread riots over the last week in France is "legitimate.
The number of new coronavirus cases continued on a downward trend in Italy after its first day in which more people recovered from the disease than were infected.
The number of new coronavirus cases continued on a downward trend in Italy after its first day in which more people recovered from the disease than were infected.
A 26-year-old man has been arrested by police in France for selling and delivering pre-made Molotov cocktails to rioters in the Haut-de-Seine department.
A least 8,500 respirators produced by a partnership of French companies out of a total of 10,000 are allegedly unfit to treat serious cases of the Chinese coronavirus.
Two asylum seekers were shot after they violated quarantine measures put in place to stop the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus.
Italian anger at the European Union continues to remain high as a poll released this week shows four in ten would like their country to leave both the euro currency and the political bloc.
A homeless migrant-background man has been sentenced to two years in prison after spitting in the face of a French police officer and claiming to be infected with the Wuhan coronavirus.
Riots continue to erupt across France, spreading to cities and towns with cars set on fire and mobs of locals attacking police.
Spanish socialist politician Alex Pastor has resigned as mayor ofBadalona after biting a police officer who caught him violating Wuhan coronavirus lockdown measures and driving drunk.
An incident that took place over Easter weekend has revealed that migrants leaving North Africa are being given contact details of Italian lawyers before they leave for Europe.
Aiman Mazyek, chairman of the Central Council of Muslims, has called on the German government to give aid to mosques struggling financially due to the Chinese coronavirus pandemic.
Swedish local politicianUrban Persson has come under criticism after he revealed that he had travelled to Stockholm to purposely get infected with the Wuhan coronavirus.
A poll has revealed that just 35 per cent of the French public are confident in the actions undertaken by President Emmanuel Macron's government to tackle the outbreak of the Wuhan coronavirus.
Areas in at least 25 cities and departments in France erupted into rioting on Monday night, including attacks on police and attempts to burn down a police station in Strasbourg.
Greek police have seized 11 tonnes of antiseptic gel from a warehouse owned by a Roma mafia boss who sought to profit from the ongoing Wuhan coronavirus outbreak.
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has issued another apology to Italy over the European Union's lack of solidarity during the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak.
Due to the lockdown measures put in place to combat the Wuhan coronavirus, illegal drug shortages have increased both prices and tensions among French dealers.
Police shot dead an Afghan asylum seeker in the no-go Paris suburb of Seine-Saint-Denis after he attacked a mounted police patrol while armed with a knife.
The Danish government has set up a new return office within the Ministry of Immigration and Integration aimed at increasing the number of deportations of migrants without residency permits.
Mosques across Austria will remain closed until April 30th, despite the Islamic holy month of Ramadan starting a week before the lockdown is due to be lifted.
Dozens of asylum seekers at migrant reception centres in France and Germany have confirmed cases of the Wuhan coronavirus.
Two migrants were injured following a mass brawl in a German asylum home currently under quarantine due to confirmed cases of the Wuhan coronavirus.
French police arrested a journalist in Paris aboard the Eurostar train from London after the man exhibited erratic behaviour and threatened officers with scissors.
A total of 104 members of the French parliament have signed a declaration demanding that Prime Minister Edouard Philippe give amnesty to all illegal migrants living in France, claiming the move will help to combat the Wuhan coronavirus.
Swedish writerMoa Berglöf has received pushback after insinuating that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson purposely caught the Wuhan coronavirus to distract the public.