The trial of Beate Zschäpe, lone survivor of a neo-nazi gang accused of ten murders, has been postponed. The court announced the delay after Germany's high court ruled more foreign press be accredited to the trial.
Rioting in Chemnitz was reminiscent of how the 1938 Kristallnacht pogrom unfolded in Nazi Germany, says historian Wolfgang Benz. Friday marks the 80th anniversary of the Night of Broken Glass violence against Jews.
The refugee abuse scandal sent shock waves through Germany when it became public nearly four years ago. Now, 30 guards, social workers and city employees at the asylum center face a host of charges.
More than five years after it began, a trial against members of a neo-Nazi group must restart from the very beginning. The case was provisionally closed because it ran so long, the presiding judge went into retirement.
A German man accused of having plotted a major attack on an ice rink in Karlsruhe has gone on trial. The suspect appears to have links to IS, but he insists he supports the Kurdish Peshmerga.
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