What happens before the German federal election in September, including a new position on the migration influx problem, is going to be tailored to benefit Angela Merkel’s electoral chances, says political analyst John Bosnitch.
A peace process to unite warring Libya is about to kick off. Russia is once again showing the West diplomacy is the only hope for the country which has been wrecked by the West’s meddling. But will a peace process also hold the EU to account?
An activist aboard the German NGO ship Iuventa, which has been impounded by Italian authorities on suspicion of conspiring with human traffickers, told RT that the seizure took place during a seemingly routine check and nobody has yet been officially charged.
The German populace with a migrant background has hit a new record of 18.6 million people, the Federal Statistical Office has revealed, partially attributing the rise to the years of Angela Merkel’s so-called open door migrant policy.
The local government of Calais has rejected a court ruling mandating the notorious migrant hub town to provide better facilities for refugees, arguing it will only encourage more asylum seekers to flock to northern France with the hope of crossing into the UK.
The French government must provide migrants sleeping rough in the city of Calais with water and sanitation facilities, the country's highest administrative court has ruled. Authorities have warned that could lead to emergence of new ‘Jungle’-type camp.