The Greek government has evacuated more migrants from the island of Lesbos to the mainland as the country prepares for a potential new wave of migrants from Turkey.
A migrant camp on the Greek Island of Samos has been set ablaze after a knife fight which left three injured erupted between Syrian and Afghans over food.
According to newly released statistics, nearly 20 per cent of the Swedish population, or one in five people, were born outside of the country as of 2019, a new record.
Migrants seeking asylum in Europe surged ten per cent ahead of escalating conflict between Turkey and the Kurds in Syria.
Less than half of the migrants whose asylum requests were rejected by Swedish authorities have left the country of their own will.
Crime rates fell overall in Italy under the leadership of former Minister of the Interior Matteo Salvini, yet cities controlled by mayors of the Italian left-wing Partito Democratico (PD) saw the largest amounts of criminal complaints in the country.
Alternative for Germany (AfD) MP Petr Bystron has called on Germany and the European Union to halt payments to the Turkish government following threats by President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
The Danish government has announced plans to revoke citizenship from those who have taken up arms and joined terrorist groups in the Middle East.
The head of Italy’s Lega party, Matteo Salvini, has slammed the unelected reigning coalition government for reigniting the nation’s migrant crisis by reopening borders to migrants and foreign NGOs.
A Syrian migrant male is under arrest and police are investigating a potential terrorist motive after a truck was driven at speed into stationary traffic in Germany.
German interior minister Horst Seehofer travelled to Turkey and Greece this week to meet with government leaders to prevent a new migrant crisis.
Just under 90 per cent of the asylum seekers who came to Sweden at the height of the migrant crisis and have gained permanent residency are unemployed.
French authorities have launched an investigation into philosopher Eric Zemmour over a speech on Islam and immigration made at a right-wing convention last weekend.
Sweden’s unemployment rate is rising and is now one of the highest in the European Union, despite Prime Minister Stefan Löfven promising to reduce it.
Brexit leader Nigel Farage has said the Labour Party has now betrayed its traditional, working-class support base twice: once by working against the Brexit many of their supporters want, and now a second time with an “appalling, revolting” immigration policy leaving an “open door” to Britain.
French former populist MP Marion Maréchal has called on her supporters to fight the “Great Replacement” at a major French right-wing conference.
A people smuggler has claimed French police are helping illegals plan their trips to the UK by telling them which days not to cross the English Channel, suggesting they are telling them when to avoid British border patrols.
A citizen-led group has taken to the Slovenian-Croatian border in an effort to help bolster the presence of law enforcement agents preventing illegal mass migration.
Former Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz has warned that a new wave of migrants could be on the horizon as landings in Italy and Greece rise.
Former Italian mayor Domenico Lucano could face house arrest as he and several others are on trial for aiding illegal migration.
Police in Bosnia say officers found 34 migrants in a van near the country’s border with Serbia.
French police are evacuating at least 900 migrants from a gym and a nearby tent camp near the English Channel, citing concerns about security and hygiene.
The Swedish municipality of Härjedalen will be investigating the true costs of asylum migration as other local governments face financial crises.
Open borders activists have criticised the “fascist rhetoric” and “deeply worrying” new vice president commissioner role of “Protecting Our European Way of Life” — despite the role focusing on integrating migrants and working on a new EU asylum pact, not stopping mass migration.
Greece’s coast guard says it has seized a sailing boat and arrested two people on suspicion of trying to smuggle 37 migrants to Italy.
Figures released by the Assembly of French Departments (ADF) have revealed that underage migrants cost French taxpayers two billion euros per year.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has demanded international aid to help with the Syrian migrants in his country, threatening to “open the gates” to Europe.