Since 2014, the French intelligence services have dismissed 16 agents suspected of being radicalised, with a new report demanding even stricter measures be implemented.
Italian pollster Alessandra Ghisleri has suggested that the government putting populist Senator Matteo Salvini on trial over a migrant incident last year could actually boost his election results and support.
A large-scale blast rocked an apartment in the no-go Stockholm suburb of Husby early Tuesday morning, cracking a load-bearing wall.
A classified document from the French security service claims as many as 150 neighbourhoods across France are "held" by radicals.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has praised Austria as being a "natural partner" for tackling mass illegal migration.
Populist Danish MEP Morten Messerschmidt has predicted that his country will leave the EU by 2030 following the success of Brexit.
Newly released preliminary statistics from Sweden's Crime Prevention Council (Brå) show that in the last five years, sex attacks against girls aged 15 to 17 have increased by 51 per cent.
José Luis Escriva, Spanish Minister for Social Security, Inclusion, and Migration, has claimed the country requires millions of new migrants to combat the forecasted demographic decline in the near future.
New statistics from the French Interior Ministry have revealed a significant increase in violent crimes with a 12 per cent rise in sexual violence and an 8.5 per cent rise in murders.
According to French political scientist Jérôme Fourquet, the number of newborn males with Arabic or Muslim first names has increased from just one per cent in 1960, to 19 per cent today.
Independent journalist Joakim Lamotte has claimed that women working at Stockholm's Kista Galleria shopping centre are quitting their jobs due to harassment from foreign men who refuse to be served by women.
Swedish National Police Commissioner Anders Thornberg has admitted that despite large numbers of weapons seizures and full prisons, the rate of shootings in Sweden remains high.
French radio broadcaster France Inter has apologised to the country's LGBT community following the airing of a song with the title "Jesus is a F****t" which was broadcast last Friday.
A senior member of populist Matteo Salvini's League has warned the leftist government of potential "chaos" if it pursues plans to grant amnesty to around 700,000 illegal migrants.
A group of German far-left extremists attempted to shut down the screening of a climate change critical film at the offices of the populist Alternative For Germany, vandalising the area in front of building with climate activist slogans.
Hundreds of thousands of German citizens have left the country in the three years since the height of the 2015 migrant crisis, according to statistics from the German federal government's newly-released 2018 migration report.
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has granted two migrant transport NGOs permission to drop migrants off in Italian ports as the country looks at renewing funds for a migrant agency previously defunded by Matteo Salvini.
A video showing a transwoman attacking a woman wearing a hijab in Berlin has gone viral with claims that the attacker also comes from a migrant background.
Police in the French city of Toulouse have arrested a man in connection to a church desecration in which verses from the Islamic Qur'an were written on the walls of the church.
Swedish Moderate Party leader Ulf Kristersson has slammed the ruling Social Democrats, saying the government has lost control of the country after a huge explosion rocked a Stockholm residential area.