Islamophobia

'Muslim women primary target' of UK hate crime

Muslim women particularly vulnerable of rising racist sentiment say activists and victims, as government releases study.

Hate crimes rise around Brexit vote, recent attacks

Far Right

Can the US alt-right survive divisions and backlash?

With public outrage, anger over some of Trump's policies and growing infighting, the alt-right's future is unclear.

Can the US alt-right survive divisions and backlash?

Reporter's Notebook

Why the truth about the death of anti-apartheid activist matters

In landmark judgement, Pretoria High Court rules that apartheid regime lied about how Ahmed Timol died 46 years ago.

Why the truth about the death of anti-apartheid activist matters

Racism

Black man attacked at Charlottesville rally charged

DeAndre Harris who was beaten by several white nationalists, is charged with a crime in connection with the attack.

Black man attacked at Charlottesville rally charged

United States

Warrant issued for black man beaten at far-right rally

Outrage after police issue arrest warrant for a black man beaten by white nationalists during August's Virginia rally.

Charlottesville: Warrant issued for DeAndre Harris

Racism

Explained: Alt-right, alt-light and militias in the US

The US far right is a crowded political terrain. Here are the differences and similarities between some key groups.

Explained: Alt-right, alt-light and militias in the US

Racism

Greece migrant attack: 'They said they'd burn me alive'

Attack on Pakistani migrants Ashfak Mahmoud and Vakas Hussein in Greece's Aspropyrgos adds to list of recent assaults.

Protests planned after Pakistani migrants attacked

Racism

All the ways white people are privileged in the UK

Ethnic minorities discriminated in areas including education, employment and housing, according to new report on race.

All the ways white people are privileged in the UK

First Nations

'Mixed feelings': Canada to pay forced adoption victims

Ottawa agrees to pay $600m to 16,000 indigenous survivors of its controversial forced adoption programme.

'Mixed feelings' over Canada's '60s Scoop' settlement

Racism

Non-white Britons almost twice as unlikely to get jobs

Government will have to explain or try to change inequalities revealed by report on race, PM Theresa May says.

Race review reveals gaping inequality in the UK

Far Right

Austria: 'Symbolic vote' pushes back against far right

Thousands of those without Austrian citizenship cast symbolic votes before legislative poll which may boost far-right.

Austria: 'Symbolic vote' pushes back against far right

Racism

UK race relations: Major report on inequality to be published

A long-awaited report on inequality in the UK will be unveiled later on Tuesday by the British government.

Opinion

The Penguins in the White House

Why are the NHL champions visiting Donald Trump?

Andrew Mitrovica

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Andrew Mitrovica

Far Right

From A to Z: Decoding the language of the US far right

Al Jazeera breaks down some of the most important phrases, terms and numerology that are used by the far right online.

A brief dictionary to help understand the US far right

Far Right

US white nationalists march again in Charlottesville

Alt-right crowd, including Richard Spencer, gather two months after anti-racist was killed during 'Unite the Right'.

White nationalists march again in Charlottesville