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Czech leader warns that migrant quotas could fuel rise of anti-EU parties

The European Union will fuel the rise of anti-EU parties in Eastern states if they are forced to take in migrants against their will, the designated Czech Prime Minister has warned.

German Interior Ministers gather in Leipzig ‘for nothing’

Last Thursday, traffic chaos prevailed throughout the German city of Leipzig. Many major roads were closed, some without notice. The chaos during the rush hour was a result of Interior Ministers meeting.

Only 31 percent of Americans back Jerusalem as Israeli capital

US President Donald Trump signed a declaration earlier this week officially announcing his intention to relocate the American embassy to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv. But his choice is not popular with Americans.

The rise of ‘new realism’ in the Low Countries

The Netherlands together with the Flemish speaking part of Belgium are a good case study in many of the problems of modern European nations – the struggle to protect one's own identity and way of life in the face of the EU super state's ambitions and mass immigration. There are however considerable differences between the two regions too. Free West Media visited both countries.

UK: Dangerous contradiction towards returning jihadists

There is a dangerous contradiction in Britain's policies regarding jihadists, but little public debate on the matter. The serious question of returning ISIS fighters have received virtually no scrutiny, says one British commentator.

Millions more heading for Europe as AU-EU summit ends in failure

The African Union-European Union (AU-EU) summit, held in in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, on November 29-30, 2017, ended in a complete failure to address a growing crisis.

South Africa: Paying municipal residents face severe water shortages

White paying residents in small towns in the Free State, in South Africa, are facing severe water shortages after the Department of Water and Sanitation’s threatened to cut off the water supply for non-payment by municipalities.

German pilots refuse to fly out migrant deportees

German pilots have refused to carry out the planned deportations of rejected asylum seekers.

US refugee admission signals drop as Trump pulls out of UN migration initiative

Refugee admissions to the United States were down 83 percent in the first two months of the fiscal year for 2018 - October and November - compared to the first two months of of the previous fiscal year 2017.

Head of State removed in Lugansk – his team accused of collaboration with Ukraine

The Head of State of self-proclaimed Lugansk People’s Republic (LPR) Igor Plotnitsky (pictured) has been forced to resign. His duties have been taken over by Head of the State Security Bureau Leonid Pasechnik. On November 21, armored vehicles rolled into Lugansk at the order of the Ministry of Interior and secured key buildings, assisted by a contingent sent by the neighboring Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR). They proceeded in arresting associates of the Head of State Igor Plotnitsky, accusing them of being agents sent by Kiev. Free West Media's reporter was on site.

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