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People walk through the city centre of Amberg, southern Germany, on Jan. 2, 2019.

Far-right vigilantes start street patrols in German town after migrants detained for random assaults.

The UK is one of the most influential powers in the world, a study has found.

UK is world’s 2nd most powerful nation claims study – and Brexit will not impact dominance

Dutch Education Minister Ingrid van Engelshoven (pictured) called the statements of Ahmet Akgündüz, former rector of the Islamic University of Europe, "horrifying", and said that a special committee will be formed to investigate his remarks and that, if necessary, the accreditation of the school will be revoked.

What is Being Taught at the “Islamic University of Europe” in the Netherlands?

Muslims pray at a mosque in Duisburg, western Germany, on Sept. 10, 2010.

‘Religion tax’ proposed for practising Muslims in Germany

Security forces hold back protesters as Barcelona gripped by wave of demonstrations against PM.

Spain chaos as Catalan separatists riot at Spanish PM’s arrival

High-vis yellow vests will be donned again in less than 24 hours.

Tomorrow’s Yellow Vest violence set to be worst so far – and its spreading

The result of the no-confidence vote is to create more uncertainty ahead of a vote on May’s withdrawal agreement.

The prime minister survived a no-confidence vote, but Britain is sliding into a constitutional crisis.

There were two major search and rescue efforts.

The real reason flight recorder pings failed to locate the lost jet.

One of the 'yellow vest' protesters, wearing one of the 'gilets jaunes' after which the movement is named, waves a French flag by the Arc de Triomphe on Saturday morning.

Fresh violence in Paris as riot police use tear gas and batons to fight back masked fuel protesters near the Arc de Triomphe