The British press was awash with reports on January 21 about the release of the findings of an inquiry led by British High Court Justice Sir Robert Owen that concluded that Russian President Vladimir Putin “probably” approved a 2006 Russian intelligence operation to murder ex-KGB/FSB agent Alexander Litvinenko.
The exodus is double the number of Jews who left Western Europe just two years ago, and nearly 8,000 of them were from France.
A report from the Interior Ministry in the state of North Rhine-Wesphalia (NRW), Germany, where Cologne lies, lists a total of 516 criminal complaints being registered pertaining to New Year's Eve incidents, 237 of which were of a sexual nature.
Gerd Müller, Germany’s Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development, warned in a January 9 statement to Bild, Germany’s largest circulation newspaper, that only 10 percent of the migrants heading to Europe have arrived and that eight to 10 million more are on their way.
A year after the attack on a Jewish kosher grocery in Paris in which four hostages were killed before police fatally shot the lone jihadist gunman, hundreds of French soldiers are still patrolling Jewish neighborhoods, protecting their schools, synagogues, and other "sensitive sites."
Irish pastor James McConnell, tried for preaching a sermon in which he said he didn’t trust Muslims, was acquitted Tuesday of all charges by a Belfast judge.
German government officials have covered up crimes committed by the large number of Middle East refugees flooding the country, Bild, Germany's largest-circulation newspaper, reports.
In his third annual Christmas message since assuming the presidency of the Czech Republic, Czech president Milo Zeman addressed the subject of the European migrant crisis and called the wave of refugees an “organized invasion.”
In a procession led by a man dressed as the Grim Reaper, more than 2,000 people commemorated the closing of the Kellingley Colliery mine at Beal in North Yorkshire by marching about a mile from the town hall in Knottingley (in West Yorkshire) to a rally at the Kellingley Miners’ Welfare Club.
An Irish evangelical preacher was put on trial for allegedly making "grossly offensive" remarks about Muslims, namely that he doesn't trust them.