BerlinBerlin law enforcement are expecting heavier riots this year on May 1, and more violence after that than in previous years.
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AlkmaarEight very angry, unwashed migrants in jogging pants gathered in the shared kitchen of the asylum seekers' center in Alkmaar, the Netherlands to complain about having to clean toilets, a Dutch daily reported.
Search engines like Google can shift political opinions of undecided voters quite easily, research into the Search Engine Manipulation Effect (SEME) shows.
Sweden, a temporary member of the Security Council, has just organised a delocalized session of the UN Security Council, at the residence of the former UN Secretary General believed to have been assassinated.
BerlinA Tunisian, who once was employed as Osama Bin Laden's bodyguard, has lived in Germany since 1997 on welfare payments. What does he know about the so-called "9/11 mastermind"?
The US has significantly boosted its forces in Europe, while preparing a "military Schengen" to allow easy movement across borders.
Germans were promised that an influx of migrants would solve the country's imploding demography. But instead pensioners are bearing the brunt of the wave of newcomers, not benefitting from it.
Money transfers from immigrants to their countries of origin reached a record $466 billion in 2017, the equivalent of 379 billion euros.
PragueCriminal investigators in the capital of the Czech Republic, are looking for seven Middle Eastern suspects who attacked a waiter in the garden of a restaurant in Vladislavova Street on Saturday evening.