In Italy populists are gaining ground. The right-wing League party could win the election. Its leader Matteo Salvini has railed against immigrants to win votes.
Interior Minister Salvini has asked regional officials to draw up maps of "illegal settlements." Non-Italians are to be sent back to their countries of origin.
Both of Italy's populist deputy prime ministers have rejected claims that their coalition is on the brink of collapse. Luigi di Maio nevertheless called for immediate talks to address the coalition's obvious differences.
Right-wing populists have been gaining support throughout Europe and many of them deny the dangers of climate change. What does that mean for the future of climate policy on the continent?
The right-wing populist party has threatened legal action against the Radisson Blu in the border city of Szczecin. The meeting had been booked in Poland after the AfD was unable to find accommodation in Germany.
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