The pardon of a woman who killed her abusive husband sparks debate on domestic violence in France. Equestrian experts are angered by the sale of Poland's state-run stud farms.
The leaders of the "Southern Seven" met in Rome to discuss multiple problems facing the European Union. Migration was high on the agenda for many of the countries on the front lines of the recent migration crisis.
Hungary and Poland's prime ministers have said their anti-immigration stances are gaining support within the EU and that they want a stronger say in the bloc's future. Both countries have rejected EU's refugee quotas.
The German state of Lower Saxony witnessed a 10.4 percent increase in crime at the height of the migration crisis, according to a study. The study’s authors said age and reporting practices factored into the connection.
The Austrian chancellor has urged the EU to consider establishing "safe areas" in refugees' countries of origin. But in a controversial twist, he said Brussels should organize it and "back it militarily."
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