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Migrants buy and rent out German residency and healthcare cards

German investigative journalists have uncovered secret Facebook groups where migrants sell and rent their residency and health cards, allowing entire families to enter into Europe illegally.

British MI5 boss warns of ‘dramatic upshift’ in terrorism

The United Kingdom faces its greatest terror threat for at least 34 years, the head of MI5 has warned.

Big Brother is watching… your every move in Piccadilly Circus

A gigantic 790-square-metre electronic billboard in London’s Piccadilly Circus has been put up to target the make, model and colour of your car, identified by cameras hidden in the screen in a space where 100 million people pass each month.

Welsh church turns away Muslim group

A Christian church has been accused of a “lack of unity” because it would not allow a Muslim group to hold Quran studies in its hall.

Child victims of grooming refused compensation because they ‘consented’

A woman sexually abused as a child by a Muslim grooming gang leader was told by a British government authority that she had "consented" to being assaulted.

Merkel’s own party members calling for her to resign

German chancellor Angela Merkel, is facing conservatives from within her own party openly calling for her to resign.

Alleged serial rapist Weinstein supported Syrian ‘rebels’

When disgraced Hollywood sexual predator Harvey Weinstein visited Zaatari, a refugee camp home to more than 120 000 Syrians in Jordan, he sided with president Assad's enemies.

Vegas massacre: ‘White privilege’ does not explain mass shooting

While some blamed the mass shooting in Las Vegas on “white privilege,” new FBI crime statistics suggest that white people may not be the real problem when it comes to violent crime in America.

‘Non-Western’ migrants are massively overrepresented in Denmark’s benefits system

According to new figures from the Danish Ministry of Employment, some 84 percent of people who receive state benefits are “non-Western origin” migrants.

Austrians set to elect Kurz in stunning defeat for the establishment

In yet another stunning defeat for Europe's establishment, Austria's 31-year-old Sebastian Kurz is assured victory in the Austrian National Council elections,.