Germany’s Constitutional Court on Jan. 17 said the far-right National Democratic Party (NPD) resembled Adolf Hitler’s Nazi party, but ruled against banning it because it presented no threat to democracy
The head of Austria’s far-right Freedom Party (FPO) on Jan. 14 called for a law banning “fascistic Islam” and Muslim symbols, comparable to an existing law banning Nazi symbols, saying Islam could wipe out European society
A U.S. jury on Jan. 10 condemned self-described white supremacist Dylann Roof to death over the massacre of nine black worshippers in a South Carolina church in June 2015 - a crime that shocked the nation
An operation to defuse an unexploded British bomb from World War Two in Germany’s Augsburg, where 54,000 people were forced out of their homes, was ended in success after 11 hours of work.
German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere confirmed Dec. 21 that authorities have identified a new suspect in the deadly truck attack on a Christmas market in Berlin, one day after the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) claimed responsibility for the attack that killed 12 people
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump signaled Nov. 22 his campaign trail dismissal of the threat of climate change may have been hot air after all, saying he was “open minded” on supporting global accords.
A far-right extremist was Nov. 23 sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of release for murdering British MP Jo Cox a week before the European Union referendum in a “politically motivated” attack.
The EU issued a strong new call on the Turkish government on Nov. 8 to resume political dialogue with opposition groups and safeguard its democracy, describing recent developments as “extremely worrying.”
Austrian Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz said on Nov. 7 that the EU should change its stance on Turkey following the government’s recent measures and stop the flow of billions of euros in aid if Ankara fails to stick to its migrants deal with the bloc
EU Minister Çelik turns the tables on the EU, claiming it has doubled standards on the PKK and saying Gülenists are worse than Nazis
The Fethullahist Terror Organization (FETÖ) might attempt to cause unrest among Western Thrace Turks, EU Minister Ömer Çelik has warned Greek officials during a visit to Athens
The house in Austria where Adolf Hitler was born is to be torn down to stop it from becoming a neo-Nazi shrine, authorities said Monday after years of bitter legal wrangling
Fifty of 72 warplanes that went missing 70 years ago have reportedly been found buried under the former airport of the Central Anatolian province of Kayseri.
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Hospitality is serious business. The hospitality industry is the backbone of many countries that rely greatly on tourism income
Human rights campaigners on Sept. 14 urged voters in Hungary to boycott what they termed an “inhumane” referendum on migrant relocation under an EU quota plan
On a cobblestone street in central Belgrade, amid designer boutiques and trendy snack bars, stands a small perfume shop that is the last keeper of a dying craft and a witness to the Serbian capital's turbulent history
The “parallel state” concept entered Turkish political literature in late 2013. Since then it has become a useful tool to comprehend recent developments in Turkey - various terrorist attacks, assassinations, civil unrest and even coup plots
A top German politician has received applause - and some criticism - after making an unambiguous gesture of distain toward far-right protesters
Explorers in Poland began digging Tuesday for a legendary Nazi train said to be laden with treasure and armaments
The Fethullah Gülen Movement has shown its ugly face, says Elif Şafak
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