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Trump disavows alt-right conference after online video of Nazi salutes in his honour

Under pressure to strongly condemn the actions of a so-called ‘alt right’ group who celebrated Donald Trump’s election with Nazi salutes, the president-elect told the New York Times he ‘disavows’ the

Under pressure to strongly condemn the actions of a so-called ‘alt right’ group who celebrated Donald Trump’s election with Nazi salutes, the president-elect told the New York Times he ‘disavows’ the

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Geert Wilders faces fine for hate speech

Dutch prosecutors have demanded the anti-immigration politician Geert Wilders be fined 5000 euros for hate speech and discrimination, though no jail sentence is being…

Dutch prosecutors have demanded the anti-immigration politician Geert Wilders be fined 5000 euros for hate speech and discrimination, though no jail sentence is being…

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Brexit, Trump and hate crime: what does the data tell us?

In the week since Donald Trump was elected President, there has been growing concern among many Americans of a rise in hate crimes.

In the week since Donald Trump was elected President, there has been growing concern among many Americans of a rise in hate crimes.

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US fears spike in post-election attacks on minorities

A US civil rights group says it is monitoring reports of several incidents targeting Muslims since Donald Trump's election victory on Tuesday. Activists are urging the president-elect to denounce the

A US civil rights group says it is monitoring reports of several incidents targeting Muslims since Donald Trump's election victory on Tuesday. Activists are urging the president-elect to denounce the

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When black and white loving was a crime...

'Loving', based on a true story, dramatises the relationship between a black woman and a white man and their fight for that to be legal in the US.

'Loving', based on a true story, dramatises the relationship between a black woman and a white man and their fight for that to be legal in the US.

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Hungary builds new fence to keep out refugees

Hungary has started building a new fence on its southern border with Serbia as part of its efforts to keep migrants and refugees from freely entering the…

Hungary has started building a new fence on its southern border with Serbia as part of its efforts to keep migrants and refugees from freely entering the…

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US police shoot dead unarmed Ugandan refugee

Police in the El Cajon suburb of San Diego have released a surveillance video from a local business that shows an unarmed Ugandan refugee being shot dead in a car park on…

Police in the El Cajon suburb of San Diego have released a surveillance video from a local business that shows an unarmed Ugandan refugee being shot dead in a car park on…

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Charlotte police arrest suspect in protests shooting

Police in Charlotte, North Carolina say they have arrested a suspect in connection with the fatal shooting of a protester.

Police in Charlotte, North Carolina say they have arrested a suspect in connection with the fatal shooting of a protester.

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Manslaughter charge for US police officer after fatal shooting of black man

A white police officer in the US state of Oklahoma has been charged with first degree manslaughter after the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man whose car had broken down and blocked a…

A white police officer in the US state of Oklahoma has been charged with first degree manslaughter after the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man whose car had broken down and blocked a…

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Charlotte protests: Calmer but defiant mood over police shooting

For the third night running, there have been protests in Charlotte, North Carolina over the fatal shooting of a black man by a black police officer.

For the third night running, there have been protests in Charlotte, North Carolina over the fatal shooting of a black man by a black police officer.

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US decides: race, policing and urban crime - Grobe's view

As National Guard troops are deployed in the US city of Charlotte, North Carolina following a second night of violence, and with four days to go till the first US presidential debate, Euronews Washing

As National Guard troops are deployed in the US city of Charlotte, North Carolina following a second night of violence, and with four days to go till the first US presidential debate, Euronews Washing

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Kaepernick racial injustice protests divide US opinion

San Francisco 49ers backup quarterback Colin Kaepernick continues to divide opinion in the United States over him refusing to stand for the national anthem prior to…

San Francisco 49ers backup quarterback Colin Kaepernick continues to divide opinion in the United States over him refusing to stand for the national anthem prior to…

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'Black Lives Matter' protest paralyses London City Airport

Campaign group ‘Black Lives Matter’ brought London City Airport to a standstill on Tuesday morning after activists set up a wooden tripod and locked themselves together on the…

Campaign group ‘Black Lives Matter’ brought London City Airport to a standstill on Tuesday morning after activists set up a wooden tripod and locked themselves together on the…

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UK: 'Hate crime' murder probe after Polish man is killed

A sixth teenager arrested on suspicion of murdering a Polish man in southeast England has been freed on bail in what police believe may have been a hate crime.

A sixth teenager arrested on suspicion of murdering a Polish man in southeast England has been freed on bail in what police believe may have been a hate crime.

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Turbulence as protesters block off airport

Ten people were arrested after protesters from the British arm of the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement blocked the main road to London’s Heathrow Airport, police…

Ten people were arrested after protesters from the British arm of the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement blocked the main road to London’s Heathrow Airport, police…

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Turkey calls Austria 'racist'

Escalating war of words between Ankara and Vienna, which suggested Turkey was heading towards "dictatorship" after last month's failed military coup.

Escalating war of words between Ankara and Vienna, which suggested Turkey was heading towards "dictatorship" after last month's failed military coup.

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Racist attacks on the rise in UK since Brexit?

Police group reports 57% rise in hate crime reports since Friday Polish embassy in UK and Muslim Council of Britain document racist and xenophobic incidents Human Rights Watch urges politicians to

Police group reports 57% rise in hate crime reports since Friday Polish embassy in UK and Muslim Council of Britain document racist and xenophobic incidents Human Rights Watch urges politicians to