One half of immigrant children in Copenhagen are practically illiterate.
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Campaign to tell foreigners how hard it is now to get asylum in Norway pays off.
Sixty percent of Germans say their country is "too foreign."
Swiss nationalist Christoph Blocher wants to keep his country out of the EU.
European Union proposes plan to bring in skilled immigrant workers.
Belgium senate may take away funding normally given to political parties.
Former Dutch immigration minister says party is not fascist and will address a VB meeting.
With the van Gogh killing, Holland "lost its innocence."
Somalis object to policy that disperses them.
Gangs of Young Immigrants are Abandoning Petty Crimes for Serious Felonies, such as Robbery and Drug Dealing
Eighty-two percent of juvenile defendants in Copenhagen courts are foreign.
Extremism and separatism are common among Europe's Muslims.
New law will offer asylum for women who fear genital mutilation.
Gang of Africans beats up Swedes who ask them to stop vandalizing flower pots.
Illegal immigrants can now get work permits that allow them to stay in country.
Nationalist Christoph Blocher claims success in first year as Swiss Justice Minister.
Despite a supposedly right-wing government, Italian Muslims say they are getting their way.
Once an unassailable certitude, multiculturalism now finds few defenders in Holland.
Seventy percent of Germans say Islamic culture “does not fit into the West.”
EU agrees to begin negotiations for Turkish membership.
German opposition will make chancellor's support for Turkey's EU bid major campaign issue.
Dutch flee their country's multiracial disaster.
Japanese immigrants in Paris complain of feeling unwanted.
History will not forgive Europe if it refuses Turkey, says Turkish PM.
Study of gang rape in Holland suggests most offenders are non-white and most victims, white.
Court orders psychological testing for Hungarian student who promotes fascism.
German conservatives think rejecting Turkish EU membership will be a vote-getter.
Rotterdam has enacted measures to discourage Muslims from moving there.
“The notion of multiculturalism has fallen apart,” says German opposition leader.
UN says immigration can't stave off the European population drop.
IRS v. NAACP.
Former German Chancellor believes multiculturalism is incompatible with a democratic society.
Hostility towards immigrants mounts in Spain; Prime Minister promises amnesty for illegals.
Ambulances will not go into some Muslim neighborhoods of Malmo without a police escort.
German conservatives insist Muslims accept German culture.
Geert Wilders: “The Netherlands has been too tolerant to intolerant people for too long.”
The popularity of nationalist Dutch politician Geert Wilders surges in the Netherlands.
Vlaams Blok reemerges with changed name; leader compares Belgian courts to van Gogh killers.
Spanish soccer fans do not take kindly to black players.
Dutch queen blames racial tensions on whites.
In TV poll, fallen immigration activist tops Rembrandt as greatest Dutchman in history.
Some Dutch members of Parliament want to close the country's borders.
Danish People's Party successfully lobbies for tougher asylum policies.
Muslim in Netherlands says she is thinking of going back to Turkey after attacks on mosques.
How Islamic immigrants have ruined Holland's "perfect society."
In Holland, Muslims throw a hand grenade at police and arsonists burn down a Muslim school.
How the Belgians managed to destroy the most popular party in Flanders.
Belgian Supreme Court declares Flander's largest party a criminal organization.
Immigrants in Italy complain the natives don't accept them.
Dutch "enemies of Islam" receive death threats after Theo van Gogh's murder.
Dutch immigration minister says killer was Moroccan. Muslims are outraged.
Twenty thousand Dutchmen protest filmmaker's murder.
Academics believe the decline of Catholicism caused the decline in fertility in Southern Europe.
Muslim kills filmmaker who made a movie critical of Islam.
Twenty-two percent of Spaniards believe immigration is the country's most pressing problem.
There are one million non-white immigrants in Italy, making up two percent of the population.
Twenty-seven percent of Flemish voters support the nationalists.
Dutch worry about Islamic influence and loss of benefits because of immigration.
Immigrants in Sweden "mentally live in their former countries.”
Also, Turkish PM says his daughters attend school in US so they can wear headscarves.
They think asylum camps in Africa would not treat refugees well enough.
European Catholic leaders fear high immigrant birth rates may lead to the eclipse of Catholicism.
The Dutch propose yet another policy to restrict immigration.
The Dutch want to keep Rotterdam from becoming "Mecca on the Maas."
Muslims in Denmark beat and send death threats to critics of Islam.
Online survey shows the French have sex the most frequently and the Japanese, the least.
Since Muslim teachers can't wear head-coverings in the classroom, neither can nuns, says court.
In Switzerland, communities decide whether immigrants who live there can become citizens.
German parties NPD and DVU will merge for the 2006 national election.
EU agrees to begin negotiations for Turkish membership, but proposes safeguards against immigration.
Better to let Canada join the EU than Turkey, says Dutch politician.
Italy brushes off UN complaints that it is not respecting refugees' rights.
UN protests Italy's deportation of illegal aliens.
Rejected asylum seeker allowed to stay in Norway tries to crash plane by axing pilot.