The term "anti-Semitism" refers to any kind of hostility, prejudice, or discrimination against Jews.
The term came into common usage until the 19th century, it is now also applied to historic anti-Jewish incidents. Notably the Holocaust in German-occupied Europe in the 1930s and -40s. Here you can find an automatic compilation of all DW content related to anti-Semitism.
Romania has opened an enquiry into alleged police violence at a mass anti-corruption protest against the left-wing government that left hundreds injured last week. Keith Walker speaks with Kit Gillet — a reporter based in Bucharest who was at the demonstration — and starts by asking him to explain the background to the protests.
The Silent Film Festival in the German city of Bonn offers a fresh chance to see long-lost movies. One recently restored film from 1924, A City Without Jews, is likely to trigger some uncomfortable memories though.
A white supremacist rally outside the White House a year after the deadly extremist march in Charlottesville has drawn only a few dozen supporters. The event was overshadowed by thousands of chanting counter-protesters.
Many Romanians who left their homeland because of corruption, low wages and lack of opportunities returned to rally for the government's resignation. Police responded to the protests with a water cannon and tear gas.
Romanian police have opened an inquiry into anti-Semitic graffiti sprayed on the home of Auschwitz survivor and Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel. One of the comments said Wiesel, who died in 2016, was "in hell with Hitler."