The HagueThe Dutch immigration minister has been forced to step down following a scandal over a government migrant crime report which hid serious migrant crimes including rape and murder under the category of "other".
BudapestFully 81 percent of Hungarian respondents in a recent poll by the Szazadveg Foundation expressed “withering criticism” of the European Union’s leadership and dissatisfaction with the EU’s handling of migration while indicating a desire for change.
BerlinOn Monday evening, on the German TV channel ARD, a special program entitled "Summit Europe - The party leaders in conversation" was broadcast. The show should have been called "The Great Populist Bashing" or "Everyone Against Right".
ViennaThe FPÖ is considering joining a motion of censure against Federal Chancellor Sebastian Kurz (ÖVP).
RomeTensions are bubbling in Rome's suburbs against the Roma. In via Diego Angeli, just a few hundred meters from the building where the residents revolted against the assignment of welfare accommodation to a Roma family, death threats appeared against native Italians.
A court in the city of Cologne has banned a voting advice app because it allegedly puts leftwing fringe parties at a disadvantage.
Polish election candidates sparred with each other over restitution to Jewish Holocaust victims in the Polish city of Kielce on Saturday.
RoissyOn Sunday, May 19, terminal 2F at France's Roissy Airport was occupied by 200 to 500 undocumented migrants, protesting against the evictions of foreigners in an irregular situation.
BerlinThe German government has withdrawn proposed legislation that would have banned immigrants in polygamous marriages from obtaining German citizenship.
JohannesburgBlack South Africans have very high expectations when it comes to righting the "wrongs of the past". That is what Hollywood action star and former Governor of California Arnold Schwarzenegger discovered when he was suddenly felled by a flying kick in his back from a black attacker in Johannesburg.