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The rise of the European right
This week on Insiders we investigate why hard-line right-wing parties are making gains in Europe.
The fear factor? Populist alternative rises in German politics
State elections have propelled Alternative für Deutschland, or A-f-D, into Berlin’s legislature for the first time.
Jean-Yves Camus on Europe's shift to the right
Insiders speaks with political expert Jean-Yves Camus on the shift in Europe towards the right.
The Brief from Brussels: Merkel's loss is the far-right's gain
This is the Brief from Brussels, a daily round up of the top stories from across Europe.
The Brief from Brussels: Quake rocks Italy
This is the Brief from Brussels, a round up of the top stories from across Europe.
Germany unveils civil defence plan
The German government on Wednesday unveiled its first civil defence plan since the end of the Cold War, which include advice to stockpile key supplies in the event of a terror…
European Brexit tour begins for Angela Merkel
After a symbolic summit in Ventotene, the German Chancellor visits six cities in six days to meet 15 EU leaders and one prince.
Germany and France fear smart phone apps like Telegram aid terrorists
In an attempt to identify potentially dangerous jihadists, Germany and France have called for Europe wide rules that would limit the use of encrypted communications.
The Brief from Brussels: MEPs threaten to block Turkey deal
This is The Brief from Brussels: a daily programme that brings you all the news and views which are making headlines in Europe’s de facto political…
German workers protest over China steel 'dumping'
German steel workers have protested outside the European Parliament over alleged dumping by China. They oppose China being declared a market economy
A place to call home? The challenge of integrating Europe's migrants
The migrant crisis has brought scores of refugees and asylum seekers to Europe. But what happens after they arrive in the EU? Adjusting to local life
Speeding ahead - EU plays catch-up as new drugs flood into Europe
Europe is struggling to cope with the two latest drug waves to claim victims and make fortunes for the unscrupulous; Crystal meth and legal highs
Rising Crystal meth industry winning drugs war
Petrovice is in the Czech Republic. The small town is close to the German border. Patrick, whose name we changed for security reasons is an
German anti-immigrant party eyes regional poll breakthrough
Voters in three German regions go to the polls on Sunday with the right-wing, anti-immigrant party Alternative für Deutschland hoping to make
Belgium to probe residents concerns over nuclear plant
The Tihange nuclear power station is causing concern amongst residents living nearby, local politicians say. Belgium’s interior minister met their
Varoufakis' new pan-Europe party aims to strengthen democracy
“We want to strengthen democracy and prevent the EU’s disintegration.” The message from former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis, as he
Cologne kicks over carnival season amid security fears
Cologne entered full party mode on Thursday as police stepped security following a series of robberies and sexual assaults on women over one month
Cologne attackers must be brought to justice, says Rotterdam mayor
The tough-talking mayor of Rotterdam, Ahmed Aboutaleb, has given his reaction to the Cologne sex attacks. Aboutaleb, who holds both Dutch and
Saving Schengen: Denmark, Sweden and Germany in emergency border talks
Officials from Denmark, Sweden and Germany have been at emergency talks in Brussels – amid mounting concerns over new border controls. It comes after
Germany and Poland have a dirty big secret - an addiction to brown coal
In eastern Germany some members of a little-known group claim they are being ethnically cleansed, not by militia groups, but by the coal mining
First time asylum applications on the rise in the EU
The number of people claiming asylum in the EU has risen by 150 percent year-on-year, officials figures show. It will put further pressure on
Schengen under pressure after terror attacks
Random checks on the French-German border. This could become a more common sight after the bloodshed in Paris two weeks ago. France wants tighter
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Is Europe doomed because of Merkel's domestic troubles?
Europe’s “powerfrau”, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, has wielded her country’s power to tackle a devastating financial crisis, a refugee crisis and
Separation anxiety: trauma of underage refugees alone in Germany
Among the vast throng of refugees to have flowed into Germany this year are at least 30,000 unaccompanied minors. The situation for these vulnerable
One year after Lux Leaks, European Union members still fail to crack down on tax avoidance, say NGOs
New research from European NGOs claim 22 European Union member states are allowing corporations avoid tax despite the revelations from the Lux Leaks scandal this time last year.
One way ticket: Germany repatriates Balkans migrants
While Germany has declared itself open to refugees from wars in Syria, Iraq and elsewhere it has become a lot less welcoming to economic migrants