Germany’s finance minister has joined a growing chorus of government officials—past and present—and leaders of business and industry who have warned that an economic crisis, the likes of which the country has not seen in many decades, is now beginning to come into view.
To the pro-life movement the decision published on this day, which Catholics celebrate as the Feast of the Sacred Heart, is a monumental victory won after a bitter 5-decade fight for the protection of the unborn.
Whether or not this document is truly representative of current opinion among French Catholics is largely questionable. Not only did very few ordinary laity take part, but those who did are not a reflection of all churchgoers.
The Israel-based NSO Group is the maker of Pegasus, a spyware that can infiltrate smartphones and other devices, extract information from them, and even control their functions such as turning on a camera.
On the website Bishop Accountability, which collates information regarding clerical abuse, the bishop’s entry mentions how his diocese allowed a Belgian predator priest active in the Democratic Republic of Congo and in Ghent to continue without much hindrance.
In the latest push to come up with new COVID measures, Germany is considering the introduction of an automatic mask mandate in the period “from October till Easter” in the years ahead,” a measure compared by leading politicians of the SPD to using winter tires.
Due to its recent electoral success, Marine Le Pen’s Rassemblement National can legitimately claim the presidency of the Finance Committee. After the presidency and vice-presidency of the Assembly, this is the most important office in the French legislature.
The number of incidents related to the wearing of the Islamic veil or other traditional forms of Islamic clothing in middle schools and high schools across France rose sharply in the first half of the school year.
In search of unity, the AfD elected a new federal board around co-chairmen Tino Chrupalla and Alice Weidel. But, a dispute over a resolution on the conflict in Ukraine shows that unity is still a long way off.
VOX won 14 seats, increasing its presence in the local government by two deputies, but seeing its influence diminished compared to the last regional parliament, and achieving results far from the hoped for 20 seats.
The biggest surprise of the election is the performance of the RN, which won 89 seats—11 times more than in the previous elections. The pollsters were totally focused on the NUPES and clearly failed to anticipate this tidal wave.
Official figures have revealed that the number of Syrian nationals granted German citizenship increased by 185% in 2021 compared to the previous year, as many of those who arrived during the migrant crisis of 2015-16 became eligible for naturalization.
On the southern tip of Greenland, ice floes used by polar bears to hunt are absent for up to eight months out of the year: good news for those who worry climate change might one day drive polar bears into extinction.
“This allows foreign nationals to enter Portuguese territory who have come looking for work for a period of 120 days, extended to another 60 days, for a total of 180 days,” Minister of Parliamentary Affairs Ana Catarina Mendes clarified.
A group of teenage girls was surrounded, groped, and taunted by about 30 African men. When trying to escape, they were told “white women don’t go up here.” The incident rekindled the discussion on integration of migrants in Italy.
After 15 years of research, the discovery of the HMS Gloucester, which sank in 1682 carrying James Stuart, has been announced. Experts call it “the most important maritime discovery since the Mary Rose.”
That a party—one which enjoys nearly 13% of the national vote—is unable to organize due to threats of violence from left-wing extremists is indicative of the decrepit state of democracy in Germany, according to the AfD.
“Wow, the headline of this resolution already says it all. You’re talking about a global threat. It just always has to be superlatives with you, doesn’t it?” German MEP Christine Anderson of the Identity and Democracy Group stated.
These results expose the fragile security of Emmanuel Macron, who certainly won the presidential election with a majority of 58% but remains highly contested in the country, with a double opposition, on his left and on his right.
On the heels of a trial which saw two British men and Moroccan national receive death sentences for fighting pro-Russian forces in Ukraine, the leader of the break-away Donetsk Peoples Republic (DPR) has stated that he sees no grounds for a pardon of the condemned individuals.
Since his first election in 2017, French President Emmanuel Macron has tried with some consistency to develop a specific “Russian policy,” aiming to always maintain communication with Vladimir Putin, regardless of the context. This earned him repeated criticism from his political opponents in France in 2018. The outbreak of a war between Ukraine and Russia, […]
What has become a common occurrence in Europe, desecrations of churches are now making their way to the U.S. During a robbery at a church in Brooklyn, a golden tabernacle worth $2 million was stolen, statues of angels were decapitated, and consecrated hosts were left strewn over the floor.
Bloomberg suggests that consumers “sitting on 700 billion-euro ($753 billion) cash” is reason enough to predict macroeconomic resiliency in Europe, but this report is contradicted by findings by Eurostat on retail trade in the euro area and the EU as a whole.
According to police, it was impossible to estimate how many people were injured in the rampage, but there was at least one fatality. A 51-year-old teacher who was traveling with her school class died at the scene.
As Swedes celebrated the National Day of Sweden, formerly known as Swedish Flag Day, the left-liberal government, led by prime minister Magdalena Andersson, held welcome ceremonies across the country for the record number of foreign-born nationals who were granted citizenship in 2021.
A group of distinguished interdisciplinary scholars who bridge disparate disciplines of neuroscience, child & adolescent psychiatry, biochemistry, behavioral physiology, and politics & public administration, have lambasted German state television for promoting destructive anti-scientific propaganda to young children.
It remains to be seen whether Denmark’s caution toward the EU will persist into the months and years to come, or whether the referendum of June 1st, motivated by the fear of Russian expansionism, will have caused a major shift in Danish European policy.
Official figures from the Irish government have revealed that female non-Irish national residents—despite composing slightly more than one-twentieth of the total population—gave birth to well over one-fifth of the children born in 2021.
The demand from Ankara for Hultqvist’s resignation comes at the same time as the center-right opposition in the Riksdag, the Swedish Parliament, has demanded a vote of no confidence for Minister of Justice Morgan Johansson.
The critical situation in which Poland finds itself, receiving the brunt of the flow of Ukrainian refugees since the outbreak of the conflict with Russia, has certainly led the Commission to soften its position.
In a tasteless social media post on Wednesday evening, Karl Pachner, the online managing director of the state-funded Austrian Broadcasting Corporation wrote that it would be a “great thing” if Orbán were to suffer a heart attack.
An Italian court awarded a compensation of €77,468 to the family of a 32-year old who died last year as a result of the COVID-vaccination, setting a precedent for the many similar cases currently in courts.
The rising costs of energy are causing families in England to take desperate measures, like using McDonald’s restaurants as shelter. Charities are raising the alarm and asking for government action to help the almost 15 million Brits in poverty.