A rising tide against mass immigration and a common superstate in Europe is causing the rise of the Alternative for Germany Party and threatening the continued rule by the CDU and the Social Democrats.
Queen Elizabeth II has granted a request by Prime Minister Boris Johnson to suspend Parliament ahead of the October 31 date for Great Britain to leave the EU. The highly controversial move will allow far less time for parliamentary debate ahead of the new deadline and increases the odds of a no-deal Brexit.
Poland’s ruling Law and Justice party is saying that homosexuality and pro-LGBT activism is a dangerous Western idea that undermines traditional Catholic values.
Call it hare-brained — or maybe hair-brained: Law enforcement in South Wales is threatening to prosecute people who mock a convicted drug dealer’s hairstyle.
Turkey threatens to open the floodgates of mass migration unless the EU grants Turkish citizens visa-free access to its passport-free zone.
The African refugee accused of murdering an eight-year-old boy in Frankfurt, Germany, was a pretty good fellow if you believe the authorities in Switzerland, who used him in a brochure for a relief agency.
U.K. National Health Service (NHS) doctors are refusing to allow the parents of a five-year-old girl who suffered a brain injury to take their daughter to Italy, where physicians believe they may be able to save her.
An eight-year-old German boy is dead because Germany opened its borders to a flood of African “migrants.” Anarchy reigns at migrant shelters, where angry hordes have attacked German police at least twice at such housing since May.