Germany has granted a Chinese whistleblower asylum. Preachers of hate recruited over 100 young Albanians to fight for IS in Syria and Iraq.
The far-right firebrand Steve Bannon caused a stir with the news that he was launching a European foundation. Since then, little has happened. Have his partners, especially in Eastern Europe, lost interest?
The United States and Turkey have agreed to deal with the row over detained US pastor Andrew Brunson diplomatically. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has warned Turkey of serious consequences if the pastor is not released.
Many of the economic problems facing eastern Germany are similar to those in western Germany and most of Europe. So, why is xenophobia so much worse in the East?
The far-right terrorism threat "is more significant" than "public debate gives it credit for," the UK's counterterrorism chief has said. In the lead-up to Brexit, the UK has witnessed an increase in far-right extremism.
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