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The lone surviving suspect in a neo-Nazi murder trial in Germany broke her silence in court on Thursday.
An Italian newspaper has come under fire for distributing free copies of Adolf Hitler’s ‘Mein Kampf.
Far-right and populist protesters marched through Berlin on Saturday to demand that Chancellor Angela Merkel step down for allowing more than a
Four far-right extremists have gone on trial in Munich, charged with planning an attack on an asylum seekers centre.
What did the secret service know? That is the shock question raised by the German press on Thursday as the trial of the lone surviving suspect in a
A critical, annotated edition of Mein Kampf is coming out after its copyright held by the State of Bavaria expires
Details are finally being made public about a neo-Nazi murder case that has shaken Germany to its core. After two-and-a-half years of silence
The German President Joachim Gauck and Chancellor Angela Merkel have condemned an apparent Neo-Nazi attack on accommodation for refugees. Three
A small town in Germany has raised 10,000 euros for an anti-Nazi charity by playing a trick on neo-Nazis. Wunsiedel was the burial site of one of
The head of Ukraine’s state TV company has been attacked by at least three MPs from the far-right Svoboda party and forced to resign. Members of
Greek politicians have backed moves to freeze the state funding of far-right party Golden Dawn. Several Golden Dawn MPs and its leader Nikos
Authorities in central Slovakia have postponed the inauguration of far-right nationalist Marian Kotleba as governor after locals protested against
In Warsaw, Polish Independence Day celebrations turned violent for the third year in a row following an attack on a left-wing squat by a group of
Around 1,000 supporters of the far-right Golden Dawn party took to the streets of Athens on Saturday. The group chanted ‘Greece belongs to the
The Greek Parliament has voted unanimously to suspend state funding for the far-right party Golden Dawn. The new law allows an indefinite funding
An arsenal of weapons and a small ‘Nazi museum’ full of World War II memorabilia including flags, military clothes, swastikas and photos of Hitler
Nobody wants the body of deceased Nazi Erik Priebke except sympathisers. Neo-Nazis and protesters showed up at a funeral held for him by renegade
Greece’s parliament has reopened with a religious blessing and the return of three far-right MPs arrested amid anger over the murder of a
Police and anti-fascist protesters have clashed in Athens near the Golden Dawn party headquarters. Riot officers fired tear gas at protesters who
The suspect in the killing of Greek rapper Pavlos Fissas has appeared in court in Athens to be charged with his murder. The man, who has admitted
Anti-Golden Dawn protests have taken place across Greece following the killing of hip-hop artist Pavlos Fyssas. As tension stalks Athens, the Greek
Golden Dawn refers to illegal immigration into Greece as ‘the Asian danger’, and vows to fight for its own racial survival. This common historic
Police in Greece have arrested a man in connection with the murder of hip-hop artist and anti-fascist activist Pavlos Fyssas. The suspect is a
There has been a demonstration alongside the protests to mark the 48-hour strike in Athens. Feelings are running high after the killing of
Greek police searched the Athens offices of the Golden Dawn party on Wednesday after a 35-year-old anti-racism rapper was stabbed to death by a man
In Slovenia, there have been controversial celebrations of the 70th anniversary of the Domobranci, the country’s Home Guard during WWII. The
German MPs released a damning report into a series of neo-Nazi murders, saying incompetence across the board led to failures in investigating the
A German court has acquitted a painter for performing the Hitler salute which is outlawed in the country. Jonathan Meese had outraged spectators
French police have arrested a Norwegian neo-Nazi on suspicion of being on the brink of committing a “major terrorist act”, the words of French
The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that the banning of a Hungarian far-right nationalist group by a Budapest court was legal. The