The death of the man who beat racism in South Africa becoming a colossus of 20th century prompted mass mourning
Category: BLIND SPOT
How many more millions of euros in fines is Turkey going to pay, I wonder, before it teaches its officials what the right to life means or why inhuman treatment is prohibited?
European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso has warned against nationalism, xenophobia and racism ahead of European Parliament elections
A white supremacist Ukrainian student has pleaded guilty to plotting a terrorist bombing campaign against mosques in central England
Turkey’s Minister of Transport and Communications said more than 1.6 million users signed up for “secure internet” in the last one and a half years.
Category: GWYNNE DYER
Surprise of the week: the club of African presidents (aka the African Union) has held a special meeting
The Greek parliament was voting on lifting the legal immunity of several MPs from the Golden Dawn party
Members of the neo-Nazi National Socialist Underground (NSU) planned to assassinate former German Chancellor Gerhard Schröder
Are we witnessing the “Germanization” of the European Union’s policies?
Turks are entertaining ever-diminishing beliefs that their country will one day join the European Union, a recent poll has indicated
Football must lead the fight against racism inside and outside the game, Michel Platini, head of the sport's European governing body UEFA told a United Nations meeting on Monday.
Fenerbahçe and Trabzonspor’s meet in the most important game of the weekend in the Super League turns into fight between fans and team administrations.
After the “attack the pitch” show during the Beşiktaş-Galatasaray match, “the administration” started cheering
Following an overwhelming electoral victory that gave Angela Merkel the mandate to rule Germany for the third time, not much is expected to change in Turkish-EU relations
Greece’s far-right Golden Dawn party would damage itself if it tries to force elections by walking out of Parliament
Greek police fired tear gas at dozens of demonstrators responding them with stones during a protest against the far-right Golden Dawn party in Athens
The education in mother tongue issue is continuing to dominate Constitution-making debates in the parliamentary commission, with deputies split over the definition of basic nationality concepts
Greek police have asked a prosecutor for permission to check Golden Dawn lawmakers' phone records
Greece's economy is inching towards recovery, Finance Minister Yannis Stournaras said
Who can still ignore the racial discriminations striking Roma people everywhere in Europe