Italy and Greece have failed to properly log and register around two-thirds of the irregular, illegal, and asylum seeker migrants pouring over their borders, the Dutch have claimed.
“Exaggerated feelings of moral superiority” make liberals vulnerable to believing fake news, according to a study which looked at stories relating to Brexit and U.S. President Donald Trump.
The self-described second wife of a convicted Islamic State terrorist recruiter who refused to stand for an Australian judge has been convicted of disrespectful behaviour.
On this weeks episode of Delingpole, James talks to Geoff Norcott (almost) Britains only conservative comic about comedy touring Afghanistan, how not to die on stage, the mysteries of womankind, why its impossible to read an audience, and how to survive
Hundreds of police and special forces have raided an asylum centre in Germany after more than 150 of its residents used “aggressive and violent” means to successfully halt a migrants deportation.
A huge funeral procession for a burglar killed by an elderly man he was robbing has ended in violence, arrests, and “terrifying scenes”.
Organisers have had to cancel the “Grand Paris” ten-kilometre race because the makeshift migrant camps that have sprung up along the banks of the Saint-Denis canal have made the route impossible to run.
BERLIN (AP) — Hundreds of German police officers raided a refugee shelter in the southern town of Ellwangen on Thursday, days after an angry mob of migrants prevented authorities from deporting a 23-year-old man from Togo.
LESBOS, Greece (AP) — A general strike virtually shut down the Greek island of Lesbos on Thursday as residents protested a European Union migration policy that has left thousands of asylum-seekers stranded here.
BRUSSELS (AP) – European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on Thursday appealed to Belgium to grant nationality to Britons who work at the European Unions vast executive arm, as Brexit approaches next year.
Gunshots were fired Thursday afternoon in the Hauts-de-Seine neighbourhood of Paris, striking two people and killing one dog.
The Presbyterian Church in Ireland (PCI) is urging Irish citizens to “honour the sanctity of human life” in the lead-up to the countrys national referendum on abortion.
Far-left activist group HOPE Not Hate (HNH) has been campaigning in Britains local elections in support of the Labour party, using sponsored social media posts and leaflet drops in actions that may beg questions about the interference of foreign money in British politics.
Pope Francis met with three Chilean victims of clerical sex abuse in the Vatican last weekend, in which he apologized to them for being “part of the problem.”
A 17-year-old girl living in Sweden claims that she was forced to marry a man at the age of 14 in Syria and when she protested against the forced marriage, she received death threats.
The EU is in disarray as member-states push back against its next long-term budget, which will require significantly higher payments once Britain leaves.
Ten people suffered minor injuries when a bonfire exploded and sent a fireball into the gathered crowd at a Jewish festival in London, police say.
BERLIN (AP) – German authorities say they have arrested a 25-year-old Syrian man on suspicion of being a member of the Islamic State extremist group. Federal prosecutors say Faisal A.H., whose full name was withheld on privacy grounds, was detained
Theresa Mays plan to keep the UK tied to the European Union (EU) with a “customs partnership” is faltering, as the bloc rejects it and the majority of her Brexit cabinet is now opposed.
The lifeboat volunteers of Britains Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) are the bravest of the brave.
A 37-year-old male identified only by his first name, Ahmed, was brought to a court in Chalon-sur-Saône accused of threatening to blow up a cathedral with a hand grenade.
Farage blasted the EU for having failed to heed the lessons of Brexit and pushing for further power grabs across the continent against the wishes of the people of the nations of Europe.
Female football fans donned fake beards, mustaches and wigs to sneak into a major soccer match in Iran in defiance of the countrys strict Islamic codes of conduct.
A year and seven months after being filmed allegedly buying Class A illegal drugs for male prostitutes, Labour MP and former Minister Keith Vaz has been referred to the police by the Commons ethics watchdog.
A man was arrested in Dunfermline, Scotland, on Saturday for carrying a potato peeler in a public place “without reasonable excuse” and faces up to four years in prison.
French psychiatrist Pierre-François Godet has denied a causal link between radical Islamic terrorism and mental illness saying that he could find no objective studies that proved any direct links between the two.
Former Swedish Prime Minister Göran Persson has slammed the current coalition government for having “no plan” to deal with the migration crisis of 2015.
Brits believe some non-white migrant groups have made more of a positive impact on the country than other, predominantly white, groups in a poll indicating the nation is not, by and large, racist in its views on immigration.
The European Commission has announced a €13 billion “Defence Fund” paving the way for closer EU military integration – plans once called a “dangerous fantasy” by Remainer Nick Clegg.
The European Commission has announced the political blocs latest budget, an increase to €1.25 trillion, and has included a new clause to deny access to funds for states judged to be not “respecting the rule of law”.
The Conservatives have suspended a candidate in London for Islamophobic tweets after it emerged she had said that religion “undermines hard fought for values” like free speech in Britain.
A French police officer in Paris was taken to hospital with serious injuries after an illegal migrant rammed him with his car during a routine police traffic stop.
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — The defense lawyer for an Uzbek man,who has confessed to ramming a stolen truck into a crowd in Stockholm last year, killing five people and injuring 14 others, says his client should get a time-limited sentence.
Only to the extent that a person is able to say “no” to the devil can he say “yes” to Christ, Pope Francis told pilgrims in his weekly audience on Wednesday.
Only 15 per cent of refugees who have been permitted to work in the Netherlands since 2014 are in employment, figures show, with experts predicting the proportion who have jobs will rise only to 40 per cent over the next ten years.
Backlash over messages reading “For the Love of Allah” on Manchester buses a year after the city was hit by a deadly terror attack has been slammed by transport bosses as “totally unacceptable”.
The Swedish language version of the classic comic book hero “the Phantom” has been mocked by a Polish broadcaster after an issue was released of the superhero beating up “Polish nationalists” with a gay pride flag.
The British Establishment is doing its damnedest to torpedo Brexit. For an insight into the worldview that motivates this sclerotic, illiberal, self-serving, arrogant, anti-democratic elite, look no further than Twitter.
Most Brits think immigration has been too high over the last ten years, and a massive majority back the governments “hostile environment” to illegal migrants, despite the so-called Windrush scandal.
Crikey! Australian eyebrows shot skywards after French President Emmanuel Macron called Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbulls wife “delicious” in Sydney on Wednesday.
The Swedish county of Blekinge has released a report showing the effect of mass migration on the area which has stretched local resources and led to an increase in drug problems.
Culture Secretary Matt Hancock has tasked Ofcom with investigating whether Trinity Mirrors takeover of the Express could impact on editorial decision making at the right-wing tabloid.
Paris witnessed burning cars, smashed shops and banks, and police attacked by masked and hooded left-extremist activists Monday as the May Day protests descended into bitter violence.
Authorities in China have launched a “crusade” against the British childrens cartoon character Peppa Pig over fears that it is a negative influence on both young children and young adults.
Left-wing activists and Marxist governments participated in May Day on Tuesday, in what many claim as an attempt to promote the rights of the ordinary worker.