A German attorney is organizing public demonstrations against the far right and has filed hate speech charges against a key right-wing leader.
A 33-year-old has been convicted of hate speech and assault after displaying a banned Nazi greeting at a far-right rally. The district court in Chemnitz is fast-tracking trials related to the recent unrest in the city.
In the wake of the Chemnitz demonstrations, Germany is facing tough questions. Civil rights lawyer Nadine Strossen tells DW why the best way to deal with hate is free speech, not censorship.
A study by two German researchers at the University of Warwick suggest that there is a correlation between social media usage and hate crimes. DW interviews one of the authors of the study.
"My body is more defined than those of Auschwitz inmates" and "commit another Holocaust" are among Kollegah and Farid Bang's notorious lyrics. After a scandalous award ceremony, prosecutors are investigating the pair.
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