Both migrants and the media have been targeted by far-right protesters in the eastern German city of Chemnitz over the past week. BuzzFeed News reporter Pascale Müller describes the intimidation she experienced.
A co-leader of the AfD has admitted that some members who hold particularly extreme views have been persuaded to leave. This comes as the far-right party seeks to avoid monitoring by the domestic intelligence agency.
A new report reignites the idea that social media users can be manipulated by misinformation, enabling a variety of actors to trigger violence between different groups. Morgan Meaker reports.
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.
Two months after far-right violence and ensuing demonstrations rocked Germany, the German president has made a subdued if cordial visit to the city now associated with far-right extremism. His message: We need to talk.
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