Among the rejected asylum seekers were several criminals, including those convicted or rape, armed robbery, and other serious crimes
Papers critical of mass immigration, unrestricted abortion, oppressive EU policies, and Macron's government are being threatened with bankruptcy, writes Olivier Bault
Two Hungarian minority rights activists were convicted in Romania under questionable terrorism charges, and Romanian government opposition to Viktor Orbán may be why they didn't have a fair trial, writes Daniel Deme
Poles comprise the largest group out of the 5 million applications filed by citizens of authorized countries under the British EU Settlement Scheme
Is Poland too late to the nuclear power party?
Law and Justice (PiS) leader Jarosław Kaczyński believes Poland has a great opportunity to push the country forward thanks to the money from the EU recovery fund
Compared to 2019, the number has slightly increased
Commuters give up their jobs at Bavarian companies
The epidemic situation continues to worsen
The vaccines will arrive in mid-March
The defendant engaged in attacks on the Iraqi army
"We are in a race against time"
Meanwhile, coronavirus trend remains a concern
Poles and Romanians lead in the number of applications
Although often mired in different historical constraints, Hungary and Estonia have always had a special bond, not least due to the Finno-Ugric language connecting them, Kristi Karelsohn, Estonian ambassador to Hungary wrote in an article in daily Magyar Nemzet