Though many feared an attack like the one on Brussels Tuesday, Europeans increasingly feel they can cope – and that a sense of solidarity, rather than harsh reaction, should govern their response to terror.
Nuremberg officials are using 'ambassadors' trained in the facts about immigration to debunk stereotypes and rumor-mongering among the native populace. Part 2 of a two-part story on Europe's efforts to integrate refugees.
A government-backed program in Vienna is teaching refugees from the Mideast about everything from recycling to disciplining children to dating. Part 1 of a two-part story on Europe's efforts to integrate refugees.
A Jewish leader suggested that men avoid wearing the skull cap after the stabbing of a Jewish teacher this week. Now French are again debating the boundaries of their country's sharp separation of church and state.
At least some of those suspected of a rash of sexual assaults and robberies in Cologne on New Year's Eve are asylum seekers – leading some Germans to wonder whether their country has ignored uncomfortable aspects of immigration.
A year ago, the deadly attacks on the offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and a Jewish grocery were met with defiance from the French. But now, after the far worse attacks in November, the public is quieter.
In just two months, the right-wing Law and Justice party has revamped the mechanics of government, particularly by defanging Poland's Constitutional Tribunal. That has already cut the party's domestic support by 25 percent.