1. Geert Wilders visits Hungary: Speech, and interview
2. Calais migrant numbers swell to near-Jungle levels after Macron demands UK accepts more
The influx has led to increased tensions in the sparse woods where the migrants sleep and sparked fears that a new shanty town like the notorious Jungle could spring up.
About 100 migrants clashed with police at a food distribution point close to the ferry port on Thursday night when the migrants threw stones at the officers who responded with tear gas.
Charities said there had been 200 new arrivals since Mrs May announced the accelerated procedure after talks with French President Emmanuel Macron earlier this month.
3. Austria: FpO leader’s office burgled, bugs installed
4. Germany: In Cologne, thousands march against Turkish leader Erdogan, chanting "Erdogan, Terrorist"
German Police clash with protestors at Cologne rally:
5. Afghanistan: Mass casualties after suicide bomber detonates in Central Kabul
95 people dead, 150 injured after car bomb explodes
6. Schoolboy radicalised by mosque teacher wanted to kill the Queen
A schoolboy said he wanted to kill the Queen after being brainwashed with Islamic State videos at a Barking mosque.
In video evidence, the 11-year-old told the Old Bailey that his teacher Umar Ahmed Haque, 25, held regular grooming sessions at the Ripple Road Mosque.
The teacher is alleged to have shown a group of boys videos of violence between Islamic State and Britain.
“He showed us Islamic State are good,” The Times reported the boy as saying.
“He said that when we grow up, we have to fight with the Islamic State and help them stop these bombings. So you had to be together with the Islamic State.
“I was thinking we should fight against them if they are bombing us and destroying Britain and that’s when he showed us the good side of them.”
7. Czech election: Zeman beats Drahos to win second term
Czech President Milos Zeman has won a second term in office following a tight run-off vote against rival Jiri Drahos.
Mr Zeman, who fiercely opposes immigration and objects to EU sanctions against Russia, took 52% of the vote to beat Mr Drahos, a pro-EU academic with no prior political experience.
Voter turnout on Saturday was over 66%.
The role of the Czech president is influential; Mr Zeman can name the prime minister and sign bills passed by parliament into law.
He has promised to give Prime Minister Andrej Babis, a billionaire businessman, a second chance to form a government after his minority cabinet lost a confidence vote in parliament last week.
8. Marine Le Pen Pays Visit to Prison Where Guards Were Attacked by Radical Islamic Extremist
Populist Front National leader Marine Le Pen visited several prisons where staff have been subjected to violence from inmates, including one in which a radical Islamic extremist attempted to murder three guards.
The former French presidential candidate travelled to the Vincennes Administrative Detention Centre which houses failed asylum seekers and expressed her solidarity with guards who have been the subject of attacks in recent months, L’Express reports.
The detention centre has seen severe riots in the past, with the most recent incident occurring last month when four individuals were injured after migrants attempted to escape by setting small fires throughout the building.
9. German Children’s Television Channel Features Migrant Teens Learning How to Remove a Girl’s Bra
German children’s television channel Kika posted a short video on its website, using teens from migrant backgrounds, to show its underage viewers how to remove a woman’s bra.
The online post, entitled “Open Bra”, has been taken down by the children’s television channel after they received a backlash from many, including Germany’s largest women’s rights organisation Terre des Femmes, Berliner Zeitung reports.
Head of Terre des Femmes Inge Bell said she was horrified by the video which lasted just over one and a half minutes. “This is a completely wrong signal to the Kika target group of three- to 13-year-old children,” she said, and added that it encouraged bad behaviour in boys.
10. Pakistan tells India “hostility is your fault” as fears of all-out war continue to grow
A FRANK and alarming message has been sent to India by the Pakistan Foreign Minister, Khawaja Asif, as he claimed unprovoked hostile statements from the county’s leadership risked causing war in the region.
Pakistan's Foreign Minister has accused India of threatening peace.
Addressing parliament he accused the Indian Government of being involved in sabotage and terrorist activities in Pakistan.
Tensions between the two Asian nations have raged over the last few months with India being forced to evacuate “over 36,000” people from areas along its border to escape heavy shelling.
However, Pakistan has blamed New Delhi for the atrocities that have occurred so far and insist they are interested in working with their neighbour to improve relations.
Mr Asif said: “We have consistently strived to maintain a close, cordial and mutually supportive relationship with our neighbouring countries.”
He went on to say he believed India’s actions posed a risk to the peace and prosperity of the region.