NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) — The European Court of Human Rights has blocked Cypriot authorities from extraditing an Egyptian hijacker to his homeland until it can examine the case, the Cyprus Justice Ministry and the hijacker’s lawyer said Thursday.
MILAN (AP) — Italian authorities say they have seized 24 million tablets of an opioid painkiller that were bound for Libya and which international narcotics experts suspect the Islamic State group has been selling and giving its fighters.
MADRID (AP) — A Spanish judge is deliberating Friday on whether to issue an international arrest warrant for Catalonia’s ousted leader a day after she jailed nine former members of the region’s separatist government.
Pope Francis has reportedly expressed openness to discussing the possibility of ordaining married men to the priesthood in order to offset a priest shortage in Brazil.
TEL AVIV – Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he won’t forget how the British reneged on the decision to fulfill the Balfour Declaration but added that it still provided the impetus for the world to acknowledge the Jewish people’s right to the land of Israel.
Political correctness and a failure to integrate migrant communities is helping Islamic terrorists the far right to flourish, the government’s former community cohesion czar has warned.
Amber Rudd’s Home Office has lost track of some 56,000 migrants who were supposed to be deported, including over 700 criminals.
A man in London has been charged with female genital mutilation (FGM) in what is only the second case of its kind in the UK, despite the practice having been illegal for 31 years, and dozens of new cases being discovered by health authorities every day.
Hungary Asks ‘Is Everyone Entitled to Religious Freedom Except for Christians?’ After Anti-Cross Ruling
Hungary has offered to take a Christian cross which the French authorities say must be removed from a statue of Pope John Paul II in Brittany. The courts had originally ruled that the entire statue, donated to the small town of
Anti-Islamisation Dutch politician Geert Wilders has been banned from visiting the Islamist stronghold Brussels suburb of Molenbeek by the local government in order to prevent any “provocation.” Molenbeek Mayor Françoise Schepmans announced that Mr Wilders, along with Belgian populist politician Filip
Pro-life activists across Ireland say they are going door-to-door Saturday to save their country’s 8th Amendment and to protect mothers and babies from abortion.
British Prime Minister Theresa May joined Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in London to speak of their shared pride in the establishment of the Jewish State of Israel at the Balfour Centenary Dinner.
Despite New Counter-Terror Law, Another Major Attack Could Put France Back into State of Emergency: Ministry
French Interior Minister Gerard Collomb hs stated that a major terror attack could return the country to a state of emergency despite new broad-reaching terror laws enacted to replace it. The new French terror laws passed by President Emmanuel Macron were
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has topped a list of the world’s 100 most powerful women, despite losing out to right-wing populists in the recent German elections.
A new survey of police across the European Union has revealed that many officers feel totally unprepared to handle another large wave of migrants. citing too few personnel and resources.
British Prime Minister Theresa May on Thursday said she would “absolutely not” apologize for the 1917 Balfour Declaration which paved the way for the establishment of the “most extraordinary” State of Israel, while noting that the document’s vision of Jewish-Arab coexistence remained “unfinished business.”
The number of migrants arriving on the Greek islands from Turkey since this August is up 200 per cent compared to the same period last year.
On October 26th several vehicles belonging to police officers were set on fire in the French commune of Meylan and now a radical leftist anarcho-feminist group has claimed responsibility saying it is “revenge” for “sexism.” The group released a statement this
Leavers Declare EU-Linked Electoral Commission ‘Unfit to Regulate Our Democracy in the Age of Brexit’
Britain’s largest Leave campaign is turning its firepower on the Electoral Commission after it announced a probe into Brexit backer Arron Banks.
A third of 18 to 24-year-olds are likely to shun wearing the poppy this year, as a growing number of young people say the Remembrance Day appeal “glorifies war”.
Both ruling parties in Hungary and Poland are seeing a surge in public backing following their sustained rejection of internationalist bodies’ pro-mass migration policies, signalling citizens prefer governments that stand by conservative values and protect their nations’ borders.
Qatar is spending £400,000 to promote the teaching of Arabic language and culture in British classrooms, according to reports.
German police officers in the city of Halle were attacked by a gang of “youths” on Halloween night, and police in Cologne were forced to call for reinforcements due to sex attacks and violence from young migrant men.
Number of Asylum Seekers Doubles in Two Years, As Germany Admits it has Lost Track of 30,000 Illegals
The number of asylum seekers and refugees in Germany has more than doubled in two years according to the latest figures from the Federal Statistics Office, but the nation is struggling to keep track of all the new arrivals.
LONDON (AP) — After a U.S. presidential campaign dominated by charges of fake news, Collins Dictionary has designed the term the Collins Word of the Year 2017.
LONDON (AP) — A convicted conman has admitted charges of fraud for falsely claiming that his family died in London’s Grenfell Tower fire.
On Thursday, Pope Francis celebrated Mass at an American military cemetery outside Rome on the day that Catholics set aside to pray for all the faithful departed.
After France’s highest administrative court ruled that a cross surmounting a statue of Saint John Paul II must be removed, the city’s former mayor has written an open letter criticizing the ruling as wrong-headed and contrary to France’s best interests.
Former UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage is the victim of a false accusation of antisemitism that is being circulated by the media, his political opponents in Britain, and the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), among others.
The Spanish prosecutor has called for the controversial European Arrest Warrant (EAW) to be used against Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont and four members of his government after they refused to appear in court to face accusations of misuse of public funds, rebellion, and sedition.