The Genc Prize for work against right-wing extremism is shared by two people for the first time. The prize is named for a Turkish family that lost five members in a neo-Nazi arson attack in 1993.
The racist arson attack that killed five Turkish women and girls in the western German city of Solingen 25 years ago is a reminder of how politicians should — and shouldn't — respond to rising xenophobia.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel met with political leaders, including Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, on the 25th anniversary of a neo-Nazi arson attack that killed five members of a Turkish-German family.
The surviving member of the neo-Nazi terrorist group the National Socialist Underground (NSU), Beate Zschäpe, has been found guilty of 10 counts of murder. The trial was one of the biggest in postwar German history.
After a phase of left-wing terrorism, Germany saw right-wing terrorism targeting people with migrant backgrounds. And then, jihadism became a threat. What are the similarities and differences between them?
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