Migrant unemployment continues to be a problem in Germany, with government research revealing the majority of asylum seekers who arrived in 2016 are still unemployed.
A Dutch Protestant church which held round-the-clock services for 2,327 hours prevent a family from being deported declared victory on Wednesday.
Countries that are unable to assimilate migrants should stop accepting more until they are able to integrate them, Pope Francis told reporters on the papal plane Monday.
Pope Francis told journalists that fear of migrants is “making us crazy,” when asked Wednesday what he thought about the proposed border wall between the United States and Mexico.
Italy’s indomitable interior minister Matteo Salvini said Tuesday he is “proud” to have put an end to illegal immigration in Italy.
The World Economic Forum (WEF) released the results of a survey Sunday, just before its annual summit in Davos, showing that more than two thirds of Italians consider immigration to be “mostly bad” for the country.
The Austrian government has released statistics showing that in 2017, four out of every ten migrants who claimed to be underage were lying in order to have a better chance of getting asylum.
Fewer than one in five Italians (19 percent) would like the government to reopen the country’s closed ports to migrants, according to a poll.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said Thursday that French President Emmanuel Macron is the champion of Europe’s “pro-immigration forces” and therefore he has a duty to oppose him.
Criminal people-traffickers are telling would-be illegal migrants they are almost guaranteed residency in Britain because the authorities “never send people back”, an investigation has revealed.
An archbishop has broken ranks from fellow Italian prelates, saying that mayors have no right to appeal to conscientious objection to disobey the nation’s immigration laws — an Italian parallel to American sanctuary cities.
Personal weapons ownership is on the rise in Europe in response to mass sexual assaults and Islamist terror attacks, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The archbishop of Chieti has joined the growing ranks of Catholic prelates voicing public opposition to the immigration policies of interior minister Matteo Salvini.
A Greek Orthodox priest was beaten by a pair of Syrian asylum seekers in front of his own church.
Italy’s tightened border controls helped reduce migrant sea deaths in the Mediterranean during 2018, Italian media reported this weekend.
Pope Francis called on the leaders of nations Monday to lend assistance to migrants and refugees who have left their homelands for any reason and to help them integrate into their new homes.
Police and immigration officials have caught three illegal migrants after launching a search for an estimated six intruders following the discovery of an empty dinghy on the English coast.
Twice convicted of inciting terror, 58-year-old Said Mansour was stripped of his Danish citizenship and deported to Morocco on Friday.
The Swedish migration board handed out 132,696 residency permits in 2018 which include tens of thousands of asylum seekers and their family members.
British officials say two men have been arrested on suspicion of smuggling migrants from France to England by sea.
Chancellor Angela Merkel is still Germany’s most trusted politician, despite being the architect of Europe’s migrant crisis and her party seeing its worst election results since the 1940s.
Swedish broadcaster Sveriges Radio has been slammed by a Moderate Party MP for refusing to identify a Social Democrat politician who was convicted for having sex with an underage migrant at a youth accommodation.
The British Home Secretary Sajid Javid has invited the anger of pro-migration activists by suggesting boat migrants coming across the English Channel are not genuine refugees, because they are already in a safe country before coming to the UK.
A study released by the Austrian Integration Fund has revealed that as many as 20 per cent of Austria’s residents were born overseas and more than half of them come from non-EU countries.
Finland’s prime minister has used a New Year’s address to demand citizens refrain from “disseminating hate speech” in the wake of investigations into a foreign rape gang preying on young girls.
Celebrations of the new year across several European countries were marred with violence including attacks on police and emergency services, car burnings along with other forms of violence.
Chancellor Angela Merkel has closed a difficult year in German politics which has seen political embarrassment at the polls and her own departure from the top job announced but deferred, with an address to the nation pushing key globalist themes.