French websites were targetted by alleged Islamist cyber attacks Sunday, thought to be in response to comments made by French President Emmanuel Macron. The cyberattack was confirmed by an official French government Twitter account on Sunday which stated that a
London’s Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) took a hands-off approach to a large protest against police brutality in Nigeria on Saturday, that was led by Black Lives Matter radical activist and self-described Black Panther Sasha Johnson. While police took measures to
A 43-year-old man already incarcerated at a French prison in Amiens was sentenced to a further eight months by a court after he praised the terrorist attacker who killed and beheaded French teacher Samuel Paty. The man had previously been
Definitely one of President Trump’s greatest achievements in his first term was his withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Sunday that he saw nothing wrong with the business dealings of presidential candidate Joe Biden’s son Hunter in Ukraine and Russia.
On Saturday, a handful of activists tried to muster support against President Trump as well as a trade deal between the UK and the United States, however, the protest turned into little more than a photo opportunity for the British
Britain’s national inquiry into child sex abuse has been blasted for ‘cowardice’ over race as it refused to look at grooming gang scandals carried out by mostly Pakistani gangs, or to hear from key witnesses. Victims of the grooming gangs
Paris — France’s largest employers’ federation on Monday urged companies to “resist the blackmail” over a product boycott by Arab countries as a backlash widens over Paris’s hardened stance against radical Islam.
Thousands of protesters descended on the British capital on Saturday to call for an end to coronavirus lockdowns and restrictions on businesses in the UK, which they described as a form of “tyranny”. In a Breitbart London exclusive video, protesters
Demonstrators interrupted Masses around Poland Sunday in protest of a High Court ruling last week outlawing eugenic abortions of unborn babies with disabilities.
A Catholic charity has launched a campaign urging Prime Minister Boris Johnson to grant UK asylum to a young Christian girl in Pakistan receiving death threats from a Muslim rapist who forced her to marry him and convert to Islam.
Parents and pupils at a school in Coventry, England, have expressed concern after a “child migrant” who “looks 40” was placed in a class with underage teenagers.
The Conservative government has put the “final nail in the coffin” of successive pledges to drastically reduce net migration, by dropping the salary threshold for migrants settling in the UK from £35,800 to £25,600 — with a salary exemption as low as £20,480 for some roles from December 1st.
The Australian government on Monday said it is “deeply concerned” at the “offensive, grossly inappropriate treatment” of female passengers on a Qatar Airways flight bound for Sydney, who were ordered to disembark in Doha before being subjected to a forced strip search and invasive medical examination.
ROME — Pope Francis suggested Saturday that Europe is repeating the errors of pre-Nazi Germany by allowing new anti-immigration nationalisms to take hold.
A 21-year-old man allegedly murdered by Afghan migrants aboard a bus was stabbed 99 times, according to a Swedish prosecutor.
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan added his voice Sunday to the growing Muslim chorus condemning France’s President Emmanuel Macron for criticizing Islam and “hurting the feelings” of its “peaceful followers.”
Hampshire police are dealing with an “ongoing incident” aboard a crude oil tanker near the Isle of Wight off of the southern coast of England, involving stowaways who made “verbal threats” towards the crew.
The disgraced former British government scientist who was forced to leave his post after breaking his own lockdown rules has said that “people will die” if social distancing regulations are suspended, and families are allowed to spend Christmas day together.
Former Conservative Party leader Sir Iain Duncan Smith has warned that China’s “evil regime” has been exploiting the coronavirus pandemic to increase its wealth and power globally.
Paris’s local government is looking into opening “shooting rooms” for the city’s estimated 5,000 crack cocaine addicts.
The UK is viewed as America’s closest ally right across the U.S. political divide, a poll released this week shows.
The number of Jews living in Europe today is just a tenth of what it was just 140 years ago, a new study reveals, as France leads a surge in emigration due to antisemitism.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan attacked his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron on Saturday, saying the French president needed treatment and “mental checks” for daring to criticize Muslims and Islam.
Tensions are at a boiling point at a migrant centre under lockdown in Valderice, after being the site of several brawls, violent incidents, and arsons.
Athens police conducted an operation to find businesses in violation of Greece’s coronavirus guidelines, and handed out a total of €100,000 worth of fines.
An English police force has set up roadblocks along the border with Wales to question people leaving during the lockdown. If drivers do not give a sufficient reason for travel and refuse to turn around, officers will inform their Welsh counterparts.
Four highly-populated Italian cities are at risk of being declared “red zones” and put into strict lockdowns as new daily Wuhan coronavirus cases surge.
PRAGUE — Coronavirus infections in the Czech Republic have hit a record high, soaring to over 15,000 in one day for the first time.
A 104-year woman locked down in a care home for months has gone viral after filming a message begging to see her family again.