German business leaders are calling on Berlin to quickly form a new government after Sunday's parliamentary election. They fear the entry of the far-right AfD party into the Bundestag could damage Germany's reputation as a business location.
The divisive politics of the Alternative for Germany were on full display, both inside the party's convention and on the streets outside of it. DW's Elizabeth Schumacher reports from Hanover.
Alternative for Germany's ethno-nationalists scored major victories with the election of Alexander Gauland and Jörg Meuthen as co-chairs. DW's Elizabeth Schumacher reports from Hanover.
Germany is to begin surveillance of a growing subculture with some far-right affiliations known as the "prepper scene." The network collects weapons and other supplies in case of natural disasters or social collapse.
Politicians from the far-right AfD could soon be represented on a board that oversees former Nazi concentration camp Bergen-Belsen. Survivor groups are appalled. But some observers say excluding the party could backfire.
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