Federal prosecutors have arrested a German woman on charges of membership in a terrorist organization and for allegedly joining the Islamic State group in Syria.
A “Syrian” migrant who was arrested last month after allegedly stabbed a man to death with a samurai sword in the middle of a busy street in front of dozens of witnesses was using a false identity to claim asylum.
The Swedish municipality of Bengtsfors has petitioned the national government for aid due to massive costs incurred by taking in more migrants than the municipality could afford.
A local news bureau reported “shock” in the German city of Stuttgart after a 36-year-old man was hacked to death with what appeared to be a katana-type sword in the middle of the street on Wednesday afternoon.
A court case intended to disrupt the British government’s policy of deporting illegals to their home countries saw chartered flights suspended for three months, at a cost to the taxpayer of £268,463.
An Eritrean man suspected of fatally pushing an 8-year-old boy in front of a train at Frankfurt’s main station had undergone psychiatric treatment recently and was being sought by Swiss police after threatening a neighbor, authorities said Tuesday.
Italian interior minister Matteo Salvini has challenged France to open up its ports, as ongoing tensions over mass migration between the two countries have once again flared.
Italian populist interior minister Matter Salvini has declared his country will no longer take in all migrants arriving in Europe in a letter to French interior minister Christophe Castaner.
Iraqi asylum seeker Ali Bashar will be appealing a German federal court ruling that found him guilty of murdering Jewish teenager Susanna Feldmann.
Migrant transport NGO Captain Carola Rackete has demanded that Europe take in all asylum seekers from Libya, a number believed to be over half a million people.
The French Interior Ministry is beginning to feel an administrative strain as a large number of asylum seekers continue to flock to the country.
A German court has convicted a rejected Iraqi asylum-seeker of raping and murdering a 14-year-old local girl and sentenced him to life in prison.
What was once Europe’s biggest migrant reception centre, in Mineo in Sicily, is to officially close on Tuesday in the presence of its biggest critic, far-right Interior Minister Matteo Salvini.
Eleven men, most of them from Syria, have gone on trial in southwestern Germany over the gang rape of an 18-year-old woman last October.
Former German domestic intelligence head Hans-Georg Maassen has called for a parliamentary inquiry into Chancellor Angela Merkel’s 2015 migration policy.
Three South American illegals were arrested in the Italian town of Rho after beating a bartender who refused to serve them.
CAIRO (AP) — Libya’s coast guard says it has intercepted a rubber vessel carrying 91 Europe-bound migrants, including women and children, off the country’s Mediterranean coast.
The Italian Council of Ministers has authorised a new security decree drafted by populist interior minister Matteo Salvini that will restrict the operations of migrant transport NGOs in the country.
A new report claims just ten per cent of Moroccan “minor” migrants who have come to Sweden in recent years were actually minors, the rest adults.
BENGHAZI, Libya (AP) — Libya’s coast guard says it has intercepted some two dozen Europe-bound migrants off the country’s Mediterranean coast.
German Christian Democratic Union (CDU) politician Walter Lübcke, who recommended anti-mass migration Germans to leave the country, was found dead at his house after being shot in the head.
Italian media has alleged that pro-migrant activists and leftist politicians are behind an attack by the United Nations on the immigration of policy of populist Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini.
Brussels needs a “courageous” migration policy which opens Europe’s borders to everyone fleeing “wars, climate change [and] poverty”, say ‘international experts’ funded by EU taxpayers and globalist billionaire George Soros.
The German government has spent a record amount of money on asylum seekers, topping 23 billion euros in 2018.
The Dutch immigration minister has stepped down following outcry over a migrant crime report which hid serious migrant crimes including rape and murder under the category of “other”.
Denmark will be looking to make temporary border controls permanent due to the threat of terrorism and mass migration, defying the European Union Schengen agreement.
Only open borders policies can prevent human trafficking, UN ‘human rights experts’ have said, ordering Italy to reopen the country’s ports to boatloads of illegal immigrants. The Italian foreign ministry received a letter signed by six Special Rapporteurs of the