Teachers in Germany have reported themselves to Alternative for Germany (AfD) after the far right party launched an online portal encouraging pupils to report school teachers if they criticise the political group or express biased political views.
The landmark meeting of the two groups in Italy has sparked concerns from anti-fascists. But was it just a publicity stunt?
Far-right politician addresses gathering of US conservatives.
Two decades ago fascist groups had the same ideology in Poland as today, but their position in society was very different.
AfD co-founder Frauke Petry dropped the bombshell just hours after her party achieved an historic result in the German elections
Campaigning ahead of the UK general election was immediately suspended after the attack in Manchester, which killed at least 22 people.
East and West have clashed over the result, with Moscow backing the former prime minister and the EU and the USA supporting the social-democrats.
Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy has endorsed his rival Francois Fillon after his shock exit from the Republican presidential primary.
With France’s presidential election just months away, parties are picking their candidates in US-style primaries.
It came as no great surprise to the French when their hyperactive former leader Nicolas Sarkozy announced he was going to run for the presidency again.
May has won the first round of the contest to become the next leader of the Conservative Party and UK prime minister.
The first round of voting for the successor to David Cameron as leader of Britain’s governing Conservatives, and thus the new prime minster, has seen former Defence Minster Liam Fox eliminated, and Pe
Liam Fox is the first name to be scratched from the list of people fighting to become the next leader of the UK Conservative Party.
Several of Italy’s top politicians have spoken out in support of Italy’s Integration Minister, Cécile Kyenge, who has been the victim of a series of