In the wake of a thwarted attack on a synagogue in the eastern Germany city of Halle, calls are also growing for police protection for mosques in Germany. They come as the country's interior minister warned of the elevated risk of far-right attacks.
The recent attack on a synagogue in Halle made headlines around the world and fueled concern of growing anti-Semitism and the threat of right-wing extremism in Germany. Who were the victims of this heinous act?
Kiez Döner in Halle has reopened for the first time after a 20-year-old man was shot in the fast-food outlet during a far-right terror attack. The two brothers who were working at the time have taken on ownership.
The anti-Semitic attacker allegedly acted alone, but he was part of a digital community. Via the internet, hatred and agitation are spread across borders. DW takes a look at the digital world of right-wing extremism.
The assassination of a politician from Angela Merkel's party and the anti-Semitic attack in Halle shocked German lawmakers. Authorities hope money and personnel will help confront increasing far-right radicalization.
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