The founder of Germany's xenophobic and anti-Islamic movement Pegida has been fined almost ten thousand euros for inciting hatred against foreigners. Lutz Bachmann had been accused of calling refugees "cattle" and "scum" on social media.
Brazil's Supreme Court is set to decide whether former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva will start serving out a 12-year jail term. Thousands want to see him behind bars, and even the military has weighed in.
The figurehead of the anti-Islam movement PEGIDA was detained at a London airport before being deported. He was due to speak at a far-right rally in central London's Hyde Park.
PEGIDA founder Lutz Bachmann has landed himself in legal trouble over a tweet about a murdered teenager in Berlin. He posted an image of an "ex-refugee" as her "probable" murderer, but police say he had the wrong guy.
A defiant Vojislav Seselj proclaimed that he would be "ready to repeat" his crimes in the future. The politician will be able to walk free after the verdict due to time already served.
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