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17.07.2017 | 18:30 UTC
Thuringia leader slams neo-Nazi concert free speech protection
The leader of Thuringia in eastern Germany says people's right to assembly should be redefined to combat right-wing extremist music events. This comes after some 6,000 neo-Nazis attended a concert in the town of Themar.
The Neo-Nazi Network
Far-right movement marches through Berlin
Neo-Nazis rock small town in Germany
Study links far-right extremism and eastern German mentality
Report: Number of neo-Nazi rock concerts on the rise in Germany
Far-right music is gateway to extremist scene
Ensnaring young people with right-wing music
Clampdown on far-right Internet radio in Germany
Shooting scare at German school near Stuttgart
Police in the southwestern German town of Esslingen say they are searching for a teenager who reportedly entered a school with a gun. Officers say the suspect fled the premises on a motorbike.
Munich shooting - teenager kills nine and himself
At least one killed after shooting reported in Düren, western Germany
Germany arrests alleged darknet purveyor of weapons, drugs
Hells Angels member charged in Frankfurt gangland shooting
On Erfurt anniversary, school psychologist calls for increased student counseling
UAE denies Qatar media hack that set off diplomatic crisis
The United Arab Emirates has rejected a report alleging it arranged for the Qatari government's news sites to be hacked. The incident has sparked a diplomatic crisis and left Qatar largely isolated in the Gulf region.
US, Qatar sign agreement on fighting terrorism
Opinion: Autocracy versus pluralism in the Qatar crisis
Saudi Arabia confirms Qatar boycott policy
Diplomatic tensions threaten Gulf unity, UAE warns sanctions could last years
Qatar official state news agency hacked, sensitive articles published
US, Qatar sign anti-terror deal to end diplomatic spat
German intelligence to shed light on Qatar terror allegations
Saudi Arabia vs. Qatar vs. Iran
Rioting breaks out at festival in southern German town
Police in the southern German town of Schorndorf have increased their presence after violence at a public festival. At least two cases of sexual harassment were reported.
Report: Cologne New Year's Eve attacks 'could have been prevented'
Blame victims and the West – India's way of justifying sexual assaults?
German media respond to new rules on reporting ethnicity of criminals
Sweden plans 'man-free' music festival after reported sexual offenses
Opinion: Go ahead, blame the victims
Turkey extends state of emergency by a further three months
The extension will grant the government continued authority to rule by decree and restrict rights. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has suggested the state of emergency could last several years.
Turkey marks failed coup anniversary
Questions abound, one year after Turkey's coup that wasn't
Erdogan: 'No mercy for traitors' as Turkey marks coup anniversary
Turkey's purges continue a year after failed coup
Post-coup Turkey: Journalists, public employees under fire
Turkey's 'March for Justice': opposition calls for unity, reform
Turkish opposition gains new momentum
Italy deals blow to citizenship rights for migrants
Italy's government has delayed a hotly-contested vote on a citizenship rights bill as tensions rise over the number of migrants arriving on the country's shores. Megan Williams reports from Rome.
Rescue organizations in Italy under pressure
Inside Europe: The citizenship debate in Italy
Refugee children: Living in fear
EU countries decline to help Italy with Mediterranean refugee crisis
Migration crisis: Italy's threats a plea for help
Italy draws up code of conduct for NGO migrant boat rescues
EU holds off on sanctions amid growing unrest in Venezuela
Spain's foreign minister has urged the EU to consider sanctioning Venezuela if Nicolas Maduro goes ahead with changing the constitution. But the bloc's foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini says there's time to wait.
Millions of Venezuelans vote against President Nicolas Maduro
Venezuela's opposition leader Lopez calls for continued protests
Mob storms opposition-led Venezuelan parliament, attacks politicians
Venezuela intelligence chief accused of human rights abuses
Venezuela protests show no signs of letting up amid constitutional change
Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton celebrate British Grand Prix victory
The Mercedes driver set the fastest lap and stepped out of his car only one point behind Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel in the championship. Hamilton celebrated by leaping into the crowd and being held aloft by fans.
Formula One gets into gear under new ownership
Lewis Hamilton wins British F1 Grand Prix for a record-equalling fifth time
Lewis Hamilton secures pole position for British F1 Grand Prix
Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton make peace as German apologizes for clash
Newsletters & Co.
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