Nationalism is "very natural," Donald Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani told Euronews ahead of Euro elections expected o show gains for far-right parties
With just a week to go before the European parliamentary elections take place, tens of thousands of people, opposed to nationalist agenda's, took to the streets in cities right across Europe.
France's Marine Le Pen hopes her party will have more influence on the European agenda as far right parties are expected to make Euro election gains
MEPs severely criticize anti-European attitudes and laziness of ring-wing-populist members
Youth unemployment, poverty and a lack of opportunies are forcing young people to abandon mainstream politics and turn to the allure of populism to make their lives better.
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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.
Far right leaders meet: Italian deputy prime minister Matteo Salvini and France's Marine Le Pen held a press conference saying there must be an alternative Europe and that EU commission president Jean-Claude Junker and economic minister Pierre Moscovici - are enemies of Europe
Ahead of Euronews' exclusive interview with Trump's former right-hand man Steve Bannon, reporter Bryan Carter was in Hungary where the populist icon addressed his far-right counterparts.
Matteo Salvini denounced the European Union as “destroyers” for policies he said robbed citizens of the right to hope.