Denmark's Prime MinisterMette Frederiksen has set a target of zero new asylum seekers as her government's new goal, citing concerns that too many migrants will affect the social cohesion of the country.
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Total reported rapes in Sweden increased last year, and the change was driven by a surge in the number of sex attacks against children, according toNational Council for Crime Prevention (Brå) statistics.
The EU's agency for disease control has warned that the political bloc could face a new wave of coronavirus infections due to the spread of mutated strains.
Emmanuel Macron's government will drop a 2017 electoral reform promise, with former Interior Minister Christophe Castaner stating it would only help Marine Le Pen's populist party.
The Paris prosecutor's office seeks to indict nine migrants for the murder of 36-year-old transgender prostitute Vanesa Campos who was killed in August 2018.
A University of Milano-Bicocca study has claimed that mass migration of asylum seekers could reverse population decline in some of the country's rural areas and small towns.
The Swedish capital city of Stockholm saw a record number of explosions and bombings in 2020 despite the Chinese coronavirus pandemic, according to police statistics.
A radical mosque in the commune of Lunel near the city of Montpellier is the focus of an investigation by the French Interior Ministry after having already been placed under surveillance in December.
Police in Berlin broke up a church service of around 170 people over the weekend for violating Germany's Chinese coronavirus lockdown rules.
Germany will put those who ignore quarantine rules into detention centres, including at least one repurposed refugee camp in the state of Saxony.
Rioters attacked the car of the King of Belgium while he was inside during protests over the death of"Ibrahima B." in police custody.
Greek ArchbishopIeronymos II of Athens has stated that he views Islam not as a religion but as a "political party", and its followers as a "people of war".
A 30-year-old Iraqi migrant with Swedish citizenship has been deported from Denmark for the 17th time after coming to the country consistently for drug deals.
Afghan migrants in their twenties have been accused of filming sex acts with minor girls in Sweden and using the videos to blackmail their victims.
Two young men who are accused of setting fire to a disused mink farm are believed to be connected to terrorist groups, according to the Swedish security police and the FBI.
Residents of the 17th district of Paris have threatened to take security matters into their own hands if the police and the government refuse to deal with growing criminality.
Turkish government communications directorFahrettin Altun has claimed the eastern Mediterranean Sea as part of his country's "blue homeland", as tensions remain high in the region.
Around one-third of Belgium's population are either foreign nationals or from migration backgrounds, according to the country's statistical agency Statbel.
Students at France's prestigious Sciences Po University have expressed concern over the growth of radical, woke, anti-white ideologies largely imported from the United States.
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte's administration faces a crisis after former Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's party resigned from the government, taking several cabinet ministers with him.
Greek police arrested a 20-year-old Pakistani after he attempted to rape a five-year-old girl after luring the child away from her mother.
The Swedish municipality ofStrömstad has seen a 700 per cent rise in unemployment due to travel restrictions implemented after the start of the Chinese coronavirus pandemic.
The European Union will discuss Greece's recommendation to issue certificates to EU citizens who have been vaccinated against the Chinese coronavirus in order to reestablish freedom of movement.
The number of illegal migrants entering Europe decreased by 13 per cent in 2020, the lowest number since 2013 and caused mainly by the Chinese coronavirus travel restrictions.
Two kosher restaurants in Strasbourg, France, have said that couriers for the Deliveroo food delivery app have refused to pick up orders because of their antisemitic attitudes.
Merkel has criticised the banning of the Twitter account of U.S. President Trump, stating that she has concerns over freedom of expression.
The FrenchCompagnies Républicaines de Sécurité (CRS), the country’s riot police, are looking to create a new special unit to specifically deal with urban violence in no-go zones.
The Vienna government will be holding a security meeting next week following a riot in a migrant-populated district on New Year's Eve that saw a Christmas tree set on fire by Muslims.
Two migrant-background men involved in the torture of two underage boys at a cemetery in Solna, Sweden, have avoided the maximum sentence for their convictions.
Over the last six weeks, Finland has seen a downward trend of new Chinese coronavirus cases, but the number of deaths resulting from the virus has risen.
Bosnians have called for help from the European Union as tensions escalate between migrants and locals after a camp burned down near the border with EU member-state Croatia.
A man in his 20s described as displaying psychiatric problems attacked and beat a priest during Mass in the city of Colmar, France.
A newly launched Hungarian social media network claims it wants to create a similar platform to Facebook, but without censorship.
Former Immigration MinisterInger Støjberg may be brought to trial for ordering the separation of child brides from older migrant partners.
Two French churches and a town hall in the French department ofSeine-et-Marne were vandalised with pink swastikas just days after 67 gravestones were also desecrated in the same manner.
A 24-year-old Canadian man allegedly committed suicide days after being arrested for breaking Chinese coronavirus lockdown restrictions.
A teenager was sentenced to six months in prison for organising a New Year's Day party in violation of Greece's lockdown measures.
Investigators believe that an arson attack targetting several German Bundeswehr vehicles on New Year's Eve in Leipzig is linked to far-left extremists.
The Greek Orthodox church has vowed not to obey Chinese coronavirus lockdown measures imposed by the Greek government, with the Holy Synod announcing it will keep its places of worship open.
The Spanish Open Arms vessel has been granted permission to drop off 265 illegals at an Italian port after picking them up off the Libyan coast, the first migrant transport NGO landing in Italy of 2021.
Despite coronavirus lockdown restrictions on New Year's Eve, cities across France saw urban violence, dozens of cars set on fire, and one man killed after being decapitated by fireworks.
Sweden took nearly three times as many asylum seekers as its Scandinavian neighbours Norway, Finland and Denmark combined.
An 84-year-old Swedish man is said to have died of suspected cardiac failure a day after being vaccinated for the coronavirus and the death has been referred for a possible investigation.
A 21-year-old Italian man in the city of Palermo has been arrested after he threw three Molotov cocktails at a local Carabinieristation following a fine he received for breaking Wuhan coronavirus lockdown rules.
Sweden Prepares Legislation to Enact Coronavirus Lockdown, Closing Businesses and Public Transport in 2021
Sweden's new law would allow the state to forcibly close businesses and shopping centres to stop the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus.
An Italian business group had predicted that nearly 400,000 businesses could close due to the economic impact of the Chinese coronavirus and lockdown restrictions.
A 20-year-old Muslim was subjected to an assault from an acquaintance and several others after he posted pictures of a Christmas dinner on social media and was called a "dirty son of a white man".
Nearly half of those in intensive care units due to complications from the Wuhan coronavirus across Sweden are from migrant backgrounds.
The Swedish Public Health Agency has confirmed that the first cases of the new strain of the Chinese coronavirus, originally detected in Britain, have been found in the province ofSödermanland.
Asylum seeker's translators have been accused of major misconduct, including one telling an asylum seeker of for "smearing Islam."
Over the next year and into early 2022, the European Union is planning to spend nearly half a billion euros on Syrian migrants currently living in Turkey.
French Interior MinisterGerald Darmanin has called for significantly strengthened security measures to be enacted at churches across the country over the Christmas holiday.
A man in the French city of Montpellier spat at police while claiming to have the Chinese coronavirus, calling the officers "dirty whites".
Since March, the German Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) has reported 297 politically motivated crimes relating to the coronavirus pandemic.
Female firemen in a Swedish city have slammed the policy of physical strength tests as outdated, saying it disadvantages women.
Swedish Professor of Economics Mats Hammarstedt has rejected claims that mass migration can be economically beneficial over the long term, citing problems of integration.
Police arrested four people, two of them illegal immigrants, in the Paris no-go suburbs of Seine-Saint-Denis on suspicion of assaulting a Jewish family which was celebrating Hanukkah.
Finland's Foreign MinisterPekka Haavisto has admitted that the country has repatriated Islamic State members from a prison camp in Syria with the assistance of Germany.
The Irish government has proposed making it a crime to share 'hate' comments on social media platforms even if someone else wrote of them.
The government of Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau has announced it will be investing $40 million into home ownership opportunities exclusively for black people.
A 20-year-old Pakistani migrant has been charged with raping an 8-year-old boy in a field near a migrant reception centre on the Greek island of Kos.
A 31-year-old man and six teens were given light sentences for participating in a riot in the multicultural Swedish city of Malmö earlier this year after anti-Islam activists burned a copy of the Qur'an.
A French law professor has been placed under police protection after referring to religions, including Islam, as "sexually transmitted" during a lecture to around 600 students in October.
Police arrested three Pakistani migrants in Thessaloniki, Greece, after they had allegedly held eight people hostage, ransoming their freedom.
Police arrested a 22-year-old Syrian migrant in the Evros region near the Greek border with Turkey in possession of ten Turkish-made Zoraki pistols.
The French Office for Immigration and Integration (OFII) is offering €1,850 to migrants in Calais to return to their home countries instead of trying to enter Britain illegally.
A large majority of the children of African migrants born in France in the Paris region say that, within the next ten years, they want to migrate to their parents' homelands.
The Centre of Fine Arts in Brussels announced the celebration of the 250th birthday of German composer Ludwig van Beethoven by posting a portrait of the composer as a black African man.
A three-year-old girl was found passed out in the mud of the Kara Tepe migrant camp on the Greek island of Lesbos, with doctors claiming the young child had been raped.
The director of the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts has been fired after signalling her approval when an "anti-colonial" art collective destroyed a bust of the founder of the academy, King Frederick V.
Police arrested a 21-year-old man at a train station in Toulouse, France, on Friday who was armed with two pistols and carrying the Quran, a prayer mat, and other Islamic texts.
A Pakistani migrant drug dealer in Athens has been accused of taking two teenaged girls prisoner before drugging them both and raping one in his apartment.
Danish Minister of Foreign Affairs and Integration Mattias Tesfaye has defended studying non-European migrant links to crime and employment.
A woman was hospitalised after a vicious beating by a group of masked men in one of Sweden's so-called "vulnerable" areas, or no-go zones, while out with friends.
Swedish Moderate Party MP Hanif Bali has claimed that of 7,000 Afghan "high school amnesty" migrants in Sweden, just 68 have full-time work.
A judge has granted humanitarian residency to a Gambian migrant who admitted to having started fires in his native village and killed several people.
NATO headJens Stoltenberg has called on countries to resolve issues through dialogue as the European Union explores sanctions against Turkey over its activity in the Eastern Mediterranean.
A young man, formerly in a deradicalisation programme, was arrested after attacking police officers while armed with two knives in the department of Vaucluse, allegedly yelling "Allahu akbar".
The left-wing Italian government has spent €1.57 billion on supplies from Chinese companies during the Wuhan virus pandemic.
Germany's domestic intelligence agency, the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BfV), has claimed the anti-lockdown "Querdenker" movement could be capable of violence.
Doctors in the Italian city of Milan have claimed that the Wuhan virus may have been circulating in the city as early as November of 2019 after re-examining a case of a child who reported breathing difficulties.
French investigators have taken five Chechen-background youths into custody as the five are believed to have been in contact with teacher Samuel Paty's killer Abdoullakh Anzorov.
An investigation has been launched after seven priests received suspicious letters simply containing the words "Allahu Akbar."
A new translation of the Holy Bible from the original Hebrew and Greek for children in Sweden is set to also include perspectives on diversity and gender.
French General Pierre de Villiers, the former chief of staff of the French armed forces, has warned that France could be heading for civil conflict, due to Islamist radicals and growing urban violence.
A memorial to the victims of terrorism was destroyed by a Turkish woman, who subsequently admitted to the vandalism.
Nearly 400 incidents relating to the praising of terrorism or provocations relating to terrorism have been reported in schools across France from November 4th to the 30th.
The Spanish Canary Islands saw over 8,000 migrants arrive in November, in what could be an all-time monthly record for the islands.
Greek Foreign MinisterNikos Dendias warned that continued Turkish actions in the Eastern Mediterranean were threatening peace in the region.
Swedish terrorism expert Magnus Ranstorp has said it is incredibly difficult for the state to prosecute Islamic State members who have returned from the Middle East, due to a lack of evidence.
At least 76 mosques across France suspected of having radical Islamist ties are in the crosshairs of Emmanuel Macron's government, in the president's latest crackdown on separatism and political Islam.
Migrant Who Tried to Set Bus Full of Children on Fire Expressed Hatred of Italians in Revealed Video
A video has emerged of African migrantOusseynou Sy describing his hatred towards Italians after he tried to set a bus full of Italian children on fire to protest migrants drowning in the Mediterranean.
The Greek Council of State has ruled that kindergartens and nurseries can remove pupils who have not been vaccinated.
A survey released by the French Court of Auditors has warned of the increasing disappearance of local shops from vulnerable, impoverished no-go areas across the country due to security issues.
The international police coordination agency Interpol has warned that organised criminal gangs could attempt to sell fake versions of the coronavirus vaccine.
The European Commission has released a set of Christmas Wuhan coronavirus guidelines including a proposal to ban communal singing. The Commission guidelines were released on Wednesday and included lists of “recommended actions for member states” which instruct countries to look
Leipzig has completely banned the sale of hot alcohol in the city, including mulled wine, as part of new coronavirus lockdown restrictions.
Around a quarter of Finland's total coronavirus cases have been detected in people who are not native Finnish speakers, according to the National Institute of Health and Welfare (THL).
French President Emmanuel Macron's government will rewrite a controversial law that would have banned members of the public from filming police officers.
Despite recognition of divorce from the Swedish state, some women are having difficulties getting imams in the country to recognise their divorces under Islamic law and remarry.