German security authorities have claimed that members of the far-left Antifa movement are preparing attacks on police officers and political opponents, including potential assassinations.
A total of 134 Iraqi migrants have returned to their home country this week, with some accepting €2,000 (£1,800/$2,400) as part of a Greek government programme.
A Nigerian woman has been accused of seriously injuring a fellow female migrant in a Dutch home, after throwing boiling water on her in an apparent homophobic attack.
A Swedish appeals court has overturned an Afghan migrant’s conviction for child rape, ruling that he did not know the girl’s real age despite inputting it when ordering her a bus ticket.
A hotel in the French commune of Forbach that was used to house asylum seekers has become so damaged that it is no longer usable as a hotel.
A group of migrants who used a government „holiday bonus“ to travel to the beach in the town of Alassio were arrested after robbing tourists.
Swedish police and civilian workers at a police station in the no-go Stockholm suburb of Rinkeby will receive police escorts to and from work to maintain their safety.
Italy has expelled three radical Islamic extremists deemed to be security risks, including an Egyptian imam who headed an Islamic cultural association in the province of Venice.
The Swedish government is rolling out a 500 million Swedish kronor (£43.8m/$57.5m) bailout package to help mainstream media companies in the wake of the Wuhan coronavirus.
Greek police have arrested a 38-year-old Algerian migrant after he caused damage to a cathedral twice in less than a week.