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Czech president calls latest EU migrant plan ‘road to hell’

PragueThe Czech Republic does not want any of the 450 migrants rescued from a migrant vessel in the Mediterranean on Saturday, and neither does Italy. The Czech president called the EU's latest shared responsibility plan "a road to hell".

French World Cup celebrations turn ugly

ParisCelebrations in Paris after France's World Cup victory on Sunday turned ugly. While winning the event should have been good for the country's morale, the riots that followed suggested otherwise.

Open Border NGOs face fresh child abuse allegations

The NGO Save the Children, which was last year accused of working with human trafficking gangs smuggling migrants into Europe, has been exposed as yet another charity behind raping children in need.

Dutch headline: ‘The whole of Amsterdam hates Femke Halsema as mayor’

AmsterdamAmsterdam lost its mayor Eberhard van der Laan when he died last year. A new mayor has been appointed, which does not bode well for the city: Femke Halsema. She was the leader of GreenLeft until recently.

Media hype boosts controversial leader of Belgian Sharia party

BrusselsA party whose aim is to create an Islamic State in Belgium, is hoping to win seats in Belgium's municipal elections, scheduled to take place on 14 October this year. Two members of the Islam Party were elected in 2012, including one in the notorious Molenbeek area of Brussels. This year, the party hopes to win in 28 municipalities in all.

Merkel denies Trump’s allegations of Russia’s ‘total control’

BrusselsChancellor Merkel has rejected US President Donald Trump's allegation of political dependence on Russia. Germany could "make its own policy and make its own decisions," said Merkel on her arrival at the NATO summit in Brussels.

Dutch report uncovers unpleasant facts about mosque in The Hague

The HagueA reporter from Dutch broadcaster NOS contacted the chairman of the as-Sunnah mosque in The Hague to question him about certain incorrect statements concerning the funding for his organisation. The reporter uncovered other unpleasant surprises too.

French security forces ‘on the verge of implosion’

ParisCommissioned shortly after a wave of suicides among French security forces in the autumn of 2017, a new report has sounded the alarm on the country's security forces.

AfD smashes poll record to become second largest party

BerlinIt is a survey that illustrates a dramatic political development: The AfD, in a recent poll, is running head to head with the second largest party in Germany, the SPD.

German first responders demoralised by brutal attacks

Emergency responders and medical professionals in Germany are feeling demoralized and desperate because of the impudent attitudes and physical violence they face from migrants daily. And the political class has remained unresponsive.

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