In the Vatican’s first intervention in the U.N. conference on migration in Marrakesh, Morocco, Cardinal Pietro Parolin reiterated the Holy See’s position that international migration must be governed globally rather than by individual nations.
The UN slammed “xenophobic” terms like “illegal immigrant” which it said was behind “negative reactions” to the migration pact, as Latvia announced it would be the latest nation to withdraw from the controversial agreement.
Germany, whose Chancellor Angela Merkel issued a call to unlimited migrants to travel to Europe, has made the highest number of attempts to return migrants to other EU countries.
Finland is set to speed up the deportation of criminal aliens after it emerged a 10-year-old girl was repeatedly raped and abused by migrant predators.
France and Germany have said that countries which reject migrants should be forced to pay to be excused from the European Union’s redistribution programme.
Illegal sea landings to Italy have dropped by 80 per cent in just one year after the country’s populist government enacted tough new immigration measures.
BRUSSELS (AP) — Just days before scores of countries sign up to a landmark United Nations migration pact, a number of European Union nations have begun joining the list of those not willing to endorse the agreement.
Bulgaria’s government says the country will not sign a global pact to promote safe and orderly migration.
Around 2,000 migrants are expected to leave Italy per month as humanitarian residency permits expire, following the passage of the migration and security decree drafted by populist Interior Minister Matteo Salvini.
The French people believe that immigration harms the economy, national cohesion, and national security, according to a survey published Sunday.
Belgian MEP Guy Verhofstadt has said Hungary’s billboard campaign mocking the Eurocrat’s claim there is no migrant crisis reminds him of “the darkest days in European history,” and has called for the EU to speed up mechanisms to punish countries like Hungary and Poland for deviating from “European values.”
Danish Prime Minister Lars Lökke Rasmussen has demanded that the European Union waive a clause requiring member states to take in asylum seekers calling the measure “wrong.”
EU lawmakers say convenient travel without ID checks inside Europe’s passport-free Schengen area could be a thing of the past if countries keep prolonging controls on European citizens.
British government statistics show that net arrivals from the European Union are at their lowest since 2014, but this has not stopped rising immigration from the rest of the world continuing to push the United Kingdom’s population upward.
The populist Italian coalition government has announced they will not be signing the controversial UN global migration pact and that the matter will be voted on in parliament instead.
The U.N. Special Representative for International Migration criticized the decision by several countries to withdraw from the Global Compact for Migration, saying the measure has seriously affected the spirit of multilateralism.
A former Norwegian cabinet minister and regional governor has been charged with sexual abuse and stands accused of abusing three “young” migrants, whom he is alleged to have led to believe he had control over their asylum status.
Eighteen more suspected illegal migrants have attempted to cross the English Channel from France in small boats overnight, prompting calls to return them to France to disincentivise further crossings.
Prolific French writer Renaud Camus, who coined the theory of the “Great Replacement,” told Breitbart London that the recent “Yellow Vest” protests are a grassroots reaction against the Davos elite who view working people as “human Nutella.”
German police in Freiburg gave a stern warning to the public after a woman posted a picture of a migrant on social media she believed had molested her 12-year-old daughter in order to get help from the public in identifying the man.
Greek authorities say they have broken a criminal ring that smuggled migrants that had entered Greece illegally to Italy by using small vessels departing from remote beaches.
The German government has deceived the public, the leader of the nation’s populist opposition party told Breitbart London, over the controversial UN migrant pact.
Friedrich Merz, a candidate to replace Chancellor Angela Merkel as leader of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU), has questioned whether Germany can continue with its asylum policy.
Hungary’s foreign minister Péter Szijjártó has condemned the UN Migration Pact for attempting to “legalise illegal immigration,” announcing his country will vote ‘no’ on the agreement in Marrakesh in December.
A former member of security staff for a migrant transport NGO in Italy has received death threats after blowing the whistle on allegations that the NGO had been cooperating with people traffickers.
The former Olympic village in the northern Italian city of Turin has become a no-go zone according to new reports that say the area has become filled with migrants and police “do not enter”.
Failed U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has said Europe should send signals that it will cut immigration, in order to combat the rise of populist parties.