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In reaction to reports that Pope Francis has denied the existence of hell, the Vatican has released a carefully worded statement that does not refute the substance of the claims.

byThomas D. Williams, Ph.D.30 Mar 2018, 2:59 AM PDT0

Protesters hold placards as they demonstrate in Parliament Square against anti-Semitism in the Labour Party on March 26, 2018 in London, England. The Board of Deputies of British Jews and the Jewish Leadership Council have drawn up a letter accusing Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn of failing to address anti-Semitism in his party. Mr Corbyn has today apologised to Jewish groups for 'pockets of anti-Semitism' in Labour. (Photo by Jack Taylor/Getty Images)

A general debate on anti-Semitism has been scheduled for the British Parliament as the opposition Labour Party continues to battle allegations of “appalling” behaviour against those of the Jewish faith.

bySimon Kent30 Mar 2018, 1:46 AM PDT0

Sadiq Khan

A 50-year-old Christian has become the 19th homicide victim in Sadiq Khans London this month.

byJack Montgomery30 Mar 2018, 12:38 AM PDT0

St Marys Catholic Church in Great Yarmouth was “desecrated” in a satanist attack for the second time in four months.

byVictoria Friedman30 Mar 2018, 12:21 AM PDT0

PARIS (AP) — Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy is being ordered to stand trial on charges of corruption and influence peddling, in yet another humbling knockdown to the hard-charging conservative leader.

byBreitbart London30 Mar 2018, 12:17 AM PDT0

The Swedish government has withdrawn a controversial brochure on child marriages only hours after it sparked outrage from members of the public.

byChris Tomlinson30 Mar 2018, 12:00 AM PDT0

Tony Blair has said Theresa May should continue as Prime Minister if her Brexit deal is voted down by Parliament, urging Tory MPs to block the UKs Exit from the European Union (EU).

byLiam Deacon29 Mar 2018, 9:52 AM PDT0

An image Lieutenant-Colonel Arnaud Beltrame is attached to a bouquet of flower laid outside the gates of the gendarmerie of Carcassonne where he worked in southwest France, on March 25, 2018, two days after a man carried out an attack in which he and three other people were killed. Lieutenant-Colonel Arnaud Beltrame, 44, was shot and stabbed after taking the place of a woman whom hostage taker Radouane Lakdim had been using as a human shield during his attack on March 23 on a supermarket in the small town of Trebes several kilometers from Carcassonne. / AFP PHOTO / Eric CABANIS (Photo credit should read ERIC CABANIS/AFP/Getty Images)

A former French political candidate, who stood for the far-left France Insoumise party (FI), was arrested by police after celebrating the death of Lt-Col Arnaud Beltrame who died as a result of wounds he received during the Trebes terror attack.

byChris Tomlinson29 Mar 2018, 9:42 AM PDT0


A student in Oldham was hit in the head with a claw hammer and “stomped on” on Saturday — the third Asian gang attack in Greater Manchester this month.

byJack Montgomery29 Mar 2018, 9:28 AM PDT0

The parents of critically ill baby Alfie Evans have lost their European Union court fight to stop doctors removing their son from life support.

byVictoria Friedman29 Mar 2018, 9:24 AM PDT0

Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) have accused the Commission of “coup-like action” and rule-bending amid cronyism concerns around President Jean-Claude Juncker.

byLiam Deacon29 Mar 2018, 9:10 AM PDT0

A study conducted by the French Institute of International Relations (Ifri) examined 137 individuals convicted of radical Islamic terror offences to create a profile of the average French jihadist.

byChris Tomlinson29 Mar 2018, 8:56 AM PDT0

The Vatican has denied media reports of an imminent signing of an accord between the Holy See and China, which suggested that a deal could be struck as soon as this weekend.

byThomas D. Williams, Ph.D.29 Mar 2018, 8:23 AM PDT0


The Australian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom has warned that staying in the EUs Customs Union after Brexit would render Britain “irrelevant”.

byJack Montgomery29 Mar 2018, 6:21 AM PDT0

The UK is likely to offer as much as £1.4 billion of the nations foreign aid budget to European Union (EU) institutions to spend after Brexit.

byLiam Deacon29 Mar 2018, 5:52 AM PDT0

Newborn Babies Sleeping In Hospital Nursery. (Photo by: Tommaso Di Girolamo/AGF/UIG via Getty Images)

The number of childbirths in Germany has declined for years but a recent report has shown a rebound as migrant women accounted for almost one in four mothers in the country in 2016.

byChris Tomlinson29 Mar 2018, 4:00 AM PDT0

Around 2000 migrants who arrived by train, walk near the border town of Kljuc Brdovecki, on October 24, 2015, to cross the Croatia-Slovenia border. Crowds of refugees and other migrants camp by roads in western Balkan countries in worsening autumn weather after Hungary sealed its borders with Serbia and Croatia, causing a chain reaction in other overwhelmed states. Bulgaria, Romania and Serbia on October 24 threatened to close their borders if EU countries stopped accepting migrants, as European leaders prepared for a mini summit on the continent's worst refugee crisis since World War II. AFP PHOTO / STRINGER (Photo credit should read -/AFP/Getty Images)

A massive poll covering all 28 European Union (EU) states has revealed an overwhelming concern over illegal immigration with more than three-quarters of EU citizens saying that Europes external borders should be better protected.

byThomas D. Williams, Ph.D.29 Mar 2018, 3:38 AM PDT0

A man was arrested in southern France following a manhunt near the city of Grenoble, Thursday morning, after a driver appeared to deliberately attempt to ram his vehicle into a group of French soldiers.

byOliver JJ Lane29 Mar 2018, 2:19 AM PDT0

A self-styled “teacher” and Islamic State supporter has been jailed for trying to radicalise Muslim boys as young as 11 in a London mosque, encouraging them to attack landmarks including Big Ben.

byLiam Deacon29 Mar 2018, 1:43 AM PDT0

Sweden Migrants migrant crisis

Swedish Education Minister Gustav Fridolin visited Hungary this week telling the Hungarian government and ruling Fidesz party to stop using Sweden as an example of failed mass migration policies.

byChris Tomlinson29 Mar 2018, 1:29 AM PDT0


The Tory Home Secretary has refused to confirm the government still aims to hit their long-standing target of bringing immigration below 100,000 this electoral term, a year before Britain leaves the European Union (EU).

byLiam Deacon29 Mar 2018, 1:26 AM PDT0

Politicians including LR MP Eric Ciotti (2L), LR president Laurent Wauquiez (C) and others prepare to take part in a slient march in Paris on March 28, 2018, in memory of Mireille Knoll, an 85-year-old Jewish woman murdered in her home in what police believe was an anti-Semitic attack. The partly burned body of Mireille Knoll, who escaped the mass deportation of Jews from Paris during World War II, was found in her small apartment in the east of the city on March 23, by firefighters called to extinguish a blaze. / AFP PHOTO / FRANCOIS GUILLOT (Photo credit should read FRANCOIS GUILLOT/AFP/Getty Images)

Thousands of mourners silently walked through Paris on Wednesday to condemn the gruesome murder of an 85-year-old Jewish woman, the latest in a series of anti-Semitic attacks that have convulsed Frances dwindling Jewish community.

bySimon Kent28 Mar 2018, 10:39 AM PDT0

“Official: Ecuador cutting off WikiLeaks founder Julian Assanges communications outside London embassy.” – AP

byAllum Bokhari28 Mar 2018, 10:09 AM PDT0

EXCLUSIVE: Tommy Robinson Hints at Free Speech Rally at Twitter UK Offices Following Account Ban

byRaheem Kassam and Oliver Lane28 Mar 2018, 7:35 AM PDT0

A former French intelligence official has admitted that the country cannot keep track of every individual on the terror watchlist due to a lack of resources and manpower following revelations that the Trebes attacker had been on the list.

byChris Tomlinson28 Mar 2018, 7:33 AM PDT0

Radio presenter James OBrien has slammed the BBC for hosting right-wingers like Jacob Rees-Mogg MP, equating it to giving a platform to people who believe in unicorns, whilst admitting “routinely” breaking BBC impartiality rules when working there.

byLiam Deacon28 Mar 2018, 7:20 AM PDT0

The son of a Nigerian politician has been shot dead outside his home in London over the weekend, becoming the tenth murdered victim of the gun free citys violent crime wave in just 12 days.

byLiam Deacon28 Mar 2018, 7:13 AM PDT0

“Fake Christians” who say they are saved by Jesus but still live corrupt lives will “end badly,” Pope Francis warned pilgrims Wednesday in his weekly audience in Saint Peters Square.

byThomas D. Williams, Ph.D.28 Mar 2018, 5:47 AM PDT0

Newly released crime statistics from the Swedish Crime Prevention Council (Brå) show the number of fatal acts of violence in 2017 to be the highest ever recorded by the agency while the number of rapes has also continued to rise.

byChris Tomlinson28 Mar 2018, 3:28 AM PDT0

PARIS (AP) — The slain hero of last weeks extremist attack in southern France is to be posthumously awarded the Legion of Honor by French President Emmanuel Macron. Frances highest award will be bestowed on Col. Arnaud Beltrame Wednesday, a

byBreitbart London28 Mar 2018, 3:06 AM PDT0

A cell is pictured inside Reading prison during an exhibition photocall at the prison in Reading, west of London on September 1, 2016. Having closed it's doors as a conventional prison in 2013, Reading Prison opens to the public for a major new project in which leading artists, performers and writers respond to the work of the prison's most famous inmate Oscar Wilde. / AFP / JUSTIN TALLIS (Photo credit should read JUSTIN TALLIS/AFP/Getty Images)

Andrzej Guzdraj, 32, was convicted of raping a mentally impaired 18-year-old in a “sordid shelter” by a derelict building after giving her ecstasy.

byVictoria Friedman28 Mar 2018, 2:45 AM PDT0

This photo taken on December 16, 2011 shows a container ship sitting berthed in Fremantle Harbour near Perth. Australia's mining-powered economy grew 0.6 percent in the three months to June, slightly below forecasts, and 3.7 percent from a year earlier, weighed by China's slowdown and European woes. Consumer spending was the main driver of quarterly growth, contributing 0.6 percentage points to gross domestic product, with net exports, the value of shipments minus imports, adding 0.3 points. AFP PHOTO / Greg WOOD (Photo credit should read GREG WOOD/AFP/GettyImages)

Australia wants to begin negotiating a new trade deal with the UK on “day one” of Brexit next year and put it into effect on January 1, 2021.

bySimon Kent28 Mar 2018, 2:18 AM PDT0

SALE, Morocco (AP) — The head of Moroccos counterterrorism agency said Tuesday that France should have alerted his country about the extremist behavior of the French-Moroccan gunman who carried out a deadly supermarket attack in southern France. While French authorities

byBreitbart London28 Mar 2018, 2:18 AM PDT0

Referrals to the governments anti-extremism programme for “extreme right-wing views” in the South West of England rose by 69 per cent – overtaking Islamic extremism.

byVictoria Friedman28 Mar 2018, 1:33 AM PDT0

The Swedish government is planning to put more pressure on tech giants Google, Facebook, and Twitter to end anonymity for online trolls and those accused of posting hate speech.

byChris Tomlinson28 Mar 2018, 1:29 AM PDT0


Vatican security is on high alert as large crowds arrive for Holy Week and Easter, with the Vaticans security chief confirming the existence of “looming threats” that warrant extra caution.

byThomas D. Williams, Ph.D.27 Mar 2018, 10:20 AM PDT0

AFP — NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg will on Tuesday unveil “measures” in response to the poisoning of a former Russian spy in Britain, the alliance said, as international pressure mounts on Moscow. NATO has warned that the nerve agent attack

byBreitbart London27 Mar 2018, 6:13 AM PDT0

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MPs and Peers have said that universities cannot be “safe spaces” from the free exchange of ideas, warning that university “red tape” and students attempts to shut down debate they oppose was leaving a “chilling effect” on free speech.

byVictoria Friedman27 Mar 2018, 6:02 AM PDT0

Russias Pravda news portal, the online descendant of the infamous Soviet-era Communist propaganda sheet, responded to the expulsion of Russian diplomats from several Western nations on Monday by invoking the Cold War, referencing the remarks of the Russian ambassador to the U.S. calling the move a “tantrum”.

byOliver JJ Lane27 Mar 2018, 5:57 AM PDT0


LONDON (AP) – Firefighters were not allowed to go to the scene of the Manchester Arena bombing for more than two hours because of confusion about whether an attacker was still on the loose, according to an inquiry into the

byBreitbart London27 Mar 2018, 5:56 AM PDT0

Weakening morale in Germany, declining optimism among manufacturers, and spooked markets have put predictions of strong growth made by the Central European Bank in doubt, wire news service Reuters reports. Of the Eurozone fall, Reuters writes: Economic sentiment in the

byBreitbart London27 Mar 2018, 5:45 AM PDT0

Iraqi fighters of the Hashed al-Shaabi (Popular Mobilisation units) stand next to a wall bearing the Islamic State (IS) group flag as they enter the city of al-Qaim, in Iraq's western Anbar province near the Syrian border as they fight against remnant pockets of Islamic State group jihadists on November 3, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / AHMAD AL-RUBAYE (Photo credit should read AHMAD AL-RUBAYE/AFP/Getty Images)

Kurdish forces have arrested 41 Swedish citizens in Syria who left Sweden to fight for the Islamic State with five being described as high-level members of the terror organisation.

byChris Tomlinson27 Mar 2018, 5:29 AM PDT0

If NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell wants to continue the push for an NFL franchise in London, he will find a willing partner in Londons mayor.

byDylan Gwinn27 Mar 2018, 5:19 AM PDT0

Police have declared Flensburg city centre as “dangerous” and have introduced new control checks only weeks after Chancellor Angela Merkel admitted the existence of no-go zones in Germany.

byChris Tomlinson27 Mar 2018, 5:11 AM PDT0

New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern makes a point during a joint press conference with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull in Sydney, Friday, March 2, 2018. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)

New Zealand stands ready to join the rest of the world in expelling Russian spies from its sovereign territory – if any Moscow operatives can be found.

bySimon Kent27 Mar 2018, 5:11 AM PDT0

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