Germany and Austria leaders mark the 80th anniversary of the Kristallnacht, the ‘night of broken glass’ at a Berlin Synagogue
Germany's go-to man for secrets is now in the limelight. Here's why.
Merkel forces top spy chief out and then gives him 'promotion'. Hans-Georg Maassen has been given a new job in interior ministry after criticising veracity of Chemnitz reports.
A German court on Friday handed a five-month jail sentence to a 34-year-old man who performed the illegal Nazi salute during a protest in the eastern city of Chemnitz late last month.
Organisers said they wanted to “use the action to protest against increasing hatred and violence”.
What recent right-wing rallies in the East German town of Chemnitz reveal about the country's growing shift to the right.
German Interior minister, Horst Seehofer, calls migration the "mother of all problems" in closed-door meeting.
Search starts for third suspect in fatal Chemnitz stabbing
After weeks of violence, the German city of Chemnitz was noisy but peaceful last night. Around 65 000 people attended a free open air concert against racism and a protest afterwards. The last month has seen far-right demonstrators clashing with counter-protestors in the streets of Chemnitz.
Chemnitz holds anti-racism concert
Raw Politics launched today on Euronews with a discussion about the migrant debate that has shaken Germany.
Church, politicans and musicans are making a concerted push back against the Far Right in the east German town of Chemnitz.
A concert calling for tolerance will take place there tonight.
The Protestant church held a rally in Chemnitz to call for tolerance towards migrants as residents' concerns grow over right-wing elements
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The UN Human Rights Chief. Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein saysEuropean leaders must speak out against incitement to hatred. Around 800 demonstrators gathered in Chemnitz on Sunday, hours after a 35-year-old man died after a dispute between several people of "different nationalities"