In 2019, there were nearly 17,000 unaccompanied minors: During 2019 and 2020, 75 per cent of all migrant minors arrested in Paris, France, were from just three North African countries. After seven months of hearings, deputies Jean-François Eliaou and Antoine Savignat presented on Wednesday, March 10, the report of the parliamentary information mission on security issues related to the presence of unaccompanied minors in the territory created by the National Assembly’s Law Commission.
The EU is moving to force all EU countries to accept migrant quotas through its new pact.
During the last few weeks, the Orthodox world has been gripped with fear and uncertainty. The monks are being expelled from Kyiv-Pechersk Monastery – the oldest and holiest monastery of all the Rus. Ukraine’s president for life gave them until March 29 to leave the Monastery forever.
As the war against God escalates in the NATO- vs. Russian conflict so far contained in Ukraine, attacks on priests and their parishioners are escalating out of control as the Western Church leaders remain ominously silent.
It’s not the first time that the French president’s opponents tried to torch La Rotonde eatery. Demonstrators protesting against Emmanuel Macron’s autocratic rule have set fire to the French president’s favorite Paris restaurant, La Rotonde.
France to disperse migrants from Paris to countryside towns and villages ahead of Rugby World Cup and 2024 Summer Olympics. The French government will offer the incentive of permanent accommodation in rural communities for those benefit bandits who enrol in the scheme, as the French capital seeks to improve its image ahead of hosting the two global sporting events.
An extra 13,000 state cops will be deployed to counter nationwide protests, the interior minister has announced: French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin has ordered 13,000 police officers into the streets of France’s major cities as protests against the government’s controversial pension reforms continue. Darmanin said that he is expecting ’radical activists’ from abroad to instigate violence at the demonstrations but declined to reveal the source.
Over a million people took part in demonstrations against pension reform, which took place on Thursday, March 23, in many major cities in France. Such data was brought to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the country. It was the first demonstration since the adoption of the reform.
Police clashed with over a million demonstrators opposed to President Macron’s pension reform. French authorities struggled on Thursday to suppress the protests against President Emmanuel Macron’s pension reform. Over a million demonstrators took to the streets across the country in what some security sources described as an ’insurrection’ against the government in Paris.
On March 16, the French authorities decided to carry out a pension reform project in the country without a vote in the lower house on the basis of the 49th article of the French constitution, which gives the executive branch the right to adopt any law without the consent of the deputies. Deputies of the National Assembly because of this demanded the resignation of Prime Minister Elizabeth Bourne.