At the age of 19, Manuel Bauer founded a radical far-right gang of thugs that tyrannized foreigners and homosexuals. Now he's changed his views. He's published a book about his conversion and is trying to make amends for the hurt he once caused.
The seven neo-Nazis arrested in the German state of Saxony are facing more serious charges than previously expected. After some bad press, German prosecutors are now much quicker to reach for terrorism charges.
The former soldier wrote the well-wishes on the anniversary of Hitler's birthday in 2016, calling the Nazi leader a "hero to many Germans." He was still in his probation period in the state civil service at the time.
Sweden's populist, anti-immigration party is expected to win as many as one in five votes when the country goes to the polls on Sunday. But can it escape its neo-Nazi tag? Richard Orange reports from Malmo.
The reported attack on a Jewish restaurant in the eastern German city of Chemnitz has shocked the Jewish community in Germany. The government's anti-Semitism commissioner has spoken of a "new quality" of offense.
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