The Swedish government will be opening the doors to China's persecuted Uyghur Muslims and allow them to claim asylum in the country.
MixedTimes - Chris Tomlinson
Members of the SwedishShia Muslim community in the city ofÖrebro say they concerned for their safety if Islamic State militants return home.
Sea-Eye, a non-governmental organisation (NGO) which ferried migrants to Europe, has claimed that despite a three-week search off the coast of Libya, they were unable to find a single migrant to "rescue" before returning to port in Mallorca.
A German touristvisiting Italy may have severe brain damage after falling off a cliff in an alleged attempt to avoid being raped by an illegal migrant from North Africa.
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz has criticised the European Union(EU) over being complacentand lethargic in itsattitude to innovation and global competitiveness.
A survey has revealed that around three-quarters of the Syrians who travelled to the Netherlands as asylum seekers have no plans to ever return to their country.
The over 800-year-old Basilica of Saint-Denis was heavilyvandalised this week with vandals smashing stained glass windows and severely damaging the nearly 200-year-old organ.
A British fan of Manchester United was stabbed by a Paris taxi driver Wednesday night after the team defeated localclub Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) in the Champions League.
The newly released Black and White Book of Terrorism in Europe has revealed thatradical Islamic terror has accounted for 91 percent of the totalterror victims since the year 2000.
Hungarian Prime Minister ViktorOrbán has slammed accusations that his countryis anti-Semitic, sayingthat mass migration has led to a true rise in anti-Semitism in Western Europe.
A report from Norwegian media has revealed that over the last year, around 70 percent of those convicted for violent crimes in Oslo have been immigrants.
Swedish Prime Minister StefanLöfven has ruled out stripping Swedish Islamic State fighters of their citizenships, saying they have the right to return.
French President Emmanuel Macron has rejected United Nations criticism of the use of "flashball" ammunition, dismissing victims as people who smash windows and attack police.
French sporting goods retailer Decathlon has confirmed they will not be stocking a sports hijab after public backlash and threats of a mass boycott.
The Danish government has refused to rule out forced deportations of Somalians without the right to stay in the country, although Prime MinisterLars Løkke Rasmussen has said he would rather they left voluntarily.
Austrian populistInterior Minister Herbert Kickl has announced that the country will be converting all asylum seeker reception centres to departure centres.
The Romanianpresidency of the European Union has been slammed by NGO Foodwatch for partnering and being "sponsored" by Coca-Cola.
Belgian Muslim Mokhtar Ammari has admitted to murdering his wife after she admonished him for selling pork.
Candidates for Sweden's ModerateParty have called on the party of Hungarian primeminister Viktor Orbán to leave the European People's Party (EPP) ahead of the European Parliament elections.
The EuropeanUnion (EU) border agencyFrontex has released new statistical data showing that the tough migrant policies of Italian populist Interior Minister Matteo Salvini have drastically reduced illegal migration.
German Federal police have uncovered a total of seventeen hand grenades in a vehicle in the vicinity of a main train station after a routine stop of two Bosnian nationals.
Syrian asylum seekerMajd H. is awaiting trial for leading the brutal gang rape of an 18-year-old German girl in Freiburg in 2018 and despite being 22 he is being tried as a juvenile in the case.
A newly released projection has revealedthat sovereigntist parties are likely to score huge gains in the European Parliament elections in May and that the populist Italian Lega could become the second largest political party.
The Italian authorities have discovered the Nigerian mafia luring young women to Italy and using a combination of threats and voodoo rituals to force them into sexual slavery.
France saw a 73 percent rise in the number of anti-Semitic incidents in 2018, according to figures released by the Interior Ministry, with some blaming social media for the increase.
French Prime Minister Édouard Philippe has revealed thatthere have been nearly 1,800 court convictions of activists who have taken part in the weekly Gilets Jaunes (Yellow Vests) protests.
Two migrants who were aboard a ship that saw rescued migrants threaten crew members have opened a case against Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini over tweets they claim could jeopardise their right to a fair trial.
Some are expressing concern over the economic future ofSwiss ski resorts due to the rising migrant population combined with the lack of interest in skiing within the migrant-background community.
A shocking new report claims that only 8.2 percent of children in elementary schools with migrant backgrounds in the German city of Duisburgare able to speak the German language fluently.
The new chief of staff for SwedishEnvironment and Energy Minister Isabella Lövins was previously the head of Greenpeace in Sweden and was behind break-ins at several nuclear power plants in 2012.
A new report from a French magazine claims that at least 150 Gilets Jaunes (Yellow Vests) activists have their phones tapped by the French government and are being tracked online.
President Emmanuel Macron's government has recalled its ambassador from Rome as tensionsbetween France and the Italian populist coalitioncontinue to grow.
A court has found a man guilty of shooting a starterpistol at a bus containing a local populist Sweden Democrats politician in August, shortly before the national election.
A study claims that up to a quarter of the French population not only believe in a conspiracy of "elites" but also think those same elites are using mass migration to replace European populations.
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz has confirmed that he will be visiting President Donald Trump in Washington D.C. later this month with the meeting focused on trade relations between the U.S.
Investigators in Parishave arrested a woman in connection with a fatal apartment fire that led to the deaths of ten people on early Tuesday morning, saying she has a history of psychiatric illness.
The right-wing mayor of SestoSan Giovanni has reversed the leftist policy of prioritisingnon-European Union citizens for vacant apartments and is giving them to Italians instead.
Utrecht police have been heavily criticised for labelling criminal suspects as being of "Moroccan" background following a number of street robberies which targetted children.
A Swedish newspaper has reported a threatto one of its reporters by a local imam to police after the journalist investigated a school said to be linked to a local mosque in the city ofGävle.
France is expected to receive around 130 jihadists from Syria who went to fight for terror groups with the returningfighters expected to be detained and face trial.
Italy has seen a radical drop in migrant arrivals in January under the migration policy of populist interior minister Matteo Salvini, down around95 percent compared to January 2018.
A leader of the Gilets Jaunes (Yellow Vest) movement has called for an “uprising” at next Saturday’s protest, following the severeinjury of one of its major figures over the weekend.
The European Union (EU) has launched infringement proceedings that could lead to sanctions against Austria overa controversial new reform to benefit payments for children living abroad.
A leaked unpublished document from Sweden's Justice Ministry hasrevealed that the costs of mass migration are far higher than figures currently expressed by the government.
The Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BfV) have been accused of relying on information from the far-left extremistAntifa movement to build their case for surveilling the populist Alternative for Germany (AfD) party.
A waitress in the French city of Montpellier was able to disarm a 43-year-old Moroccan migrant armed with a pistol after he threatened patrons of the restaurant in which she worked.
Doctors, activists and others are sounding the alarm over the number of serious injuries suffered by GiletsJaunes (Yellow Vest) movement activists at the hands of police during the past several weeks.
A gang of between 20 to 30 young men, describedby police as being "predominantly migrants," attackedlocal Germans as well as employees at the train station in the city ofGelsenkirchen over the weekend.
Migrant youths make up nearly half of the unemployed youth in France, according to statistics gathered by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
People including employees of an asylum home in the German town ofGuben are said to have been injured after a migrant went after employees armed with a hatchet.
A former imam from Pakistan who migrated to Germany and converted to Christianitynow claims that he faces death threats in his native country from many including members of his own family.
A 41-year-old Afghan migrant has been charged by Swedish prosecutors in connection with the alleged murder of his teenage wife in Stockholm in 2016 after being on the run for two years.
The number of reported rape cases has increased by 33 percent over the last ten years, according to theSwedish National Council for Crime Prevention (Brå), with cases up eight percent over the last year alone.
Statistics released by the Swedish criminalstatistics agency Brå reveal that 42 percent of women aged 20 to 24 feel insecure in their everyday lives, fearful they could be victims of various crimes.
Support for theGilets Jaunes (Yellow Vests) waned somewhatover the Christmasperiod but has found newfoundmomentum as a poll shows nearly 70 per cent of French people now back it.
France has seen a 22 percent rise in asylum applications in 2018, while populist-led countries such as Italy and Austria have seen sharp declines in claims.
French riot police (CRS) are alleged to have begun deploying assault rifles with live ammunition for the first time during the ninth weekend of protest in a row by the Gilets Jaunes (Yellow Vest) movement.
Tunisian radical imamMahmoud Jebali, who is set for deportation after coming to Italy as an illegal immigrant, threatened to kill prison officers.
A local branch of French President Emmanuel Macron's La République En Marche! (LREM) has demanded that a Facebook page belonging to the Gilets Jaunes (Yellow Vests) be removed due to "hate messages.
Swedishjournalist Joakim Lamotte has spent time lecturing in schools across Sweden and claims that violence is on the rise becausemany teachers have simply given up on attempting to deal with the problem.
An MP belonging to French President Emmanuel Macron's La République en Marche! (LREM) has proposed that "foreign powers" could be behind the violent Gilets Jaunes (Yellow Vest) protesters naming Italy specifically.
After receivinginformation from a former jihadist, Italian police have arrested 15 suspects alleged to be part of an organisation that helped smuggle radical Islamic terrorists into the country as illegal immigrants and asylum seekers.
TheEuropean Union has granted 10 million euros to university researchers studying the role of the Islamic holy book in the intellectual and religious developmentof countries across the continent.
Italianauthorities have managed to detain around 1,500 illegal migrants at the eastern border in 2018 following the tougher border controls enacted by populist Interior Minister Matteo Salvini last year.
German Federal Interior Minister Horst Seehofer has demanded stricter legislation on asylum seekers after a mob of migrants attacked and injured a dozen people in Amberg on Saturday.
A total of twelve Germans in the town of Amberg were brutally beaten by a mob of asylum seekers from Syria, Iran and Afghanistan in what has been described as an “orgy” of violence.
Italian priestEnrico d’Ambrosio attacked populist party supporters claiming that those who supported Matteo Salvini’s Lega party were “insignificant Christians” due to the anti-mass migration policies of the party.
Stockholm police expertGunnar Appelgren has described Sweden as being like a “state at war” following a record number of 44 fatal shootings across the country this year.
Swedish journalistFredrik Önnevall, an employee of public broadcaster SVT, has been convictedof human trafficking after bringing a migrant to Sweden but will still get to keep his job.
INTERPOL secretary-general Jürgen Stock has sounded the alarm on a potential new wave of radical Islamicterrorism, saying that Islamists about to be released from prison could pose a new terror threat to Europe.
The Danish parliament has given its approval to a new policy that will see criminal migrants placed on an uninhabited island before their deportation.
Italian priest Father Alfredo Morselli has hit back againstthose who compare Jesus Christ to an illegal migrant, saying he was more akin to the persecuted Pakistani Christian Asia Bibi.
Austrian Vice-Chancellor and leader of the populist Freedom Party (FPÖ) Heinz-Christian Strache has proposed halting all citizenship applications for Turks after a court ruling refused to let the government strip the citizenship of dual nationals.
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.
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.