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Austria sees huge drop in asylum seekers

Asylum applications have plummeted in Austria reflecting the country's willingness to tackle the immigration problem head-on.

AfD proposes to repatriate Syrian ‘refugees’ as war comes to an end

The Alternative for Germany (AfD) party has called for the repatriation of half a million Syrian refugees living in Germany, because the war in that country is coming to an end.

French academic proposes Muslim apartheid state in France

A French academic has suggested creating a Muslim apartheid state within France in order to prevent a coming clash.

‘Cultural Exchange – also in Crimea’

INTERVIEWFreeWestMedia spoke with Hans-Joachim Frey, German cultural manager and former Director at the Semperoper in Dresden, about the effects of the anti-Russian sanctions in the field of culture.

Czech summit for anti-immigration leaders to take place in December

Europe's anti-immigration party leaders will meet up in the Czech capital in search of a new model of cooperation soon.

EU threatens to suspend Poland’s voting rights in growing row over ‘values’

The EU looks set on revoking Poland’s voting rights at the European Council, in response to the country’s alleged "breach of fundamental EU values".

France may lower age of consent to 13

Justice Minister Nicole Belloubet has suggested that setting the age of consent in France at 13 years old.

Merkel’s coalition talks stalled as disagreements on migration persist

With the deadline just hours away, German chancellor Angela Merkel's CDU/CSU, Greens and FDP put their negotiations on ice at 4:30 in the morning local time.

Putin to hold direct talks with Donbass leaders

Russian President Vladimir Putin has stated that he will hold direct talks with the leadership of the People's Republic of Donetsk and the People's Republic of Lugansk, on the proposal of  exchanging prisoners.

Robert Mugabe’s fate uncertain after bloodless coup hits Zimbabwe

The Zimbabwean president, Robert Mugabe, has been deposed of by soldiers who surrounded his official and private residences, as well as other government buildings in what amounts to a bloodless coup.