News from Europe

Belgian city translates information signs in Arabic and Turkish

The information campaign is about urban traffic and the "low emmision zones" of the city of Ghent.

A bus transporting pilgrims attacked in France

The 53 Christians on board were going to celebrate the 149th anniversary of the Apparition of the Virgin Mary in Pontmain.

French MEP denounces a "judgment of dubious value" regarding Poland and Hungary

MEP's from France, Italy, Spain and Hungary rebelled against the EPP by voting against the EP resolution on the rule of law.

Stalinists in Spanish socialist government

The political secretary of the Audalusian Communist Party repeatedly showed his admiration for the Soviet dictator.

Tension rises between the Church and the Spanish government

Spanish society has been strongly divided over ideological questions for the last century.

Abortion industry continues to prosper in Great Bitain

Almost one out of four pregnancies in Great Britain currently ends with an abortion.

German portal encourages teenagers to take "hormone blockers"

German "experts" encourgage young people to decide about their gender themselves.

The European Parliament endorses abortion and gender ideology

The European Parliament has reissued an ideological document promoting abortion and gender ideology.

Statues of the Holy Mary destoyed in Southern Poland

Statues of the Holy Mary were destroyed in Ściegny and Wojanów in the region of Lower Silesia

Athens metro advertises anti-abortion campaign

The government ordered the removal of anti-abortion advertising from metro stations.