The leaders of Poland and Hungary have condemned the EU’s migration policy and demanded a bigger say in the bloc’s affairs. Both countries have come under fire from Brussels for refusing to take in migrants under an EU-wide quota system.
Several Eastern European countries are seeing a spike in demonstrations; protesters demand political change. But there are many others who don't join the crowds. What they want is stability, writes Boris Kalnoky.
A Bundestag employee of the Alternative for Germany party has been accused of ordering a firebombing in Ukraine. Manuel Ochsenreiter denies all accusations, but he is known to have connections to pro-Russia separatists.
If we want to combat rampant right-wing populism in Europe, we must above all address the issue of migration, says DW's Christoph Hasselbach.
Europe's far-right parties share a basic skepticism about the European Union, though they have very different views about how to deal with the bloc itself. Here's what you need to know.
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