The Far Right

US: Judge orders Alex Jones to pay $100,000 in Sandy Hook case

Texas judge refuses to dismiss lawsuit against the conspiracy theorist, who promoted falsehoods about the 2012 massacre.

US: Judge orders Alex Jones to pay $100,000 in Sandy Hook case

Opinion

It is time for Facebook to stop coddling the far right

The powerful social media platform is willingly enabling hate groups, white nationalists and far-right extremists.

David A Love

by David A Love

David A Love

Asia Pacific

New Zealand to end gun buy-back started after mosque shootings

Police say 56,350 weapons had been handed in by Friday morning in a campaign gun-control groups say has been a success.

New Zealand to end gun buy-back started after mosque shootings

United Kingdom

Why are Britain's ethnic minorities fearful after Johnson's win?

As far right backs PM, BAME communities already worried about lack of will to tackle racism fear further discrimination.

Why are Britain's ethnic minorities fearful after Johnson's win?

Greece

Greek prosecutor urges acquittal of neo-Nazis in murder trial

Prosecutor questions why Pavlos Fyssas's murder would take place in public, comments that horrify victim's mother.

Greek prosecutor urges acquittal of neo-Nazis in murder trial

Italy

Italy's 'Sardines' pack Rome for anti-far-right rally

Tens of thousands join rally organised by grassroots movement as part of their campaign to battle right-wing populism.

Italy

Italy's Sardines: Anti-fascist movement gathers pace

Large anti-Salvini protest planned for Rome after several successful demonstrations by movement founded by flatmates.

Italy's anti-fascist Sardines rally to counter rising nationalism

Religion

Witness to destruction: Remembering the Babri Mosque demolition

27 years after the mosque in India was torn down, photographer Praveen Jain recounts the moment he knew it would happen.

Witness to destruction: Remembering the Babri Mosque demolition

Studio B Unscripted

Studio B, Unscripted: With Ken Loach and Edouard Louis

Ken Loach and Edouard Louis explore class struggle, poverty, the rise of the Far Right and the perils of the Left.

The Far Right

Terrorism charge for far-right Frenchman seen in Al Jazeera probe

Remi Falize was already facing charges of aggravated assault after he was filmed punching a 14-year-old girl.

Terrorism charge for far-right Frenchman seen in Al Jazeera probe

Germany

Germany's far-right AfD picks new leaders amid protests

Tino Chrupalla, a legislator from Saxony, will lead Germany's largest opposition party with Joerg Meuthen.

Germany's far-right AfD picks new leaders amid protests

Europe

Germany's far-right AfD to pick new leaders as hardliners rise

Third-biggest bloc in parliament could pick as leader a candidate who recently railed about 'Islamisation of the West'.

Germany's far-right AfD to pick new leaders as hardliners rise

The Far Right

Resurgent far-right sparking fears across Spain

Vox has doubled its number of MPs, and could remain influential for some time, analysts warn.

Anti-feminist, anti-migrant: Spain's far-right doubles down

Europe

Lebanese businessman to donate Hitler's top hat to Israeli group

Abdallah Chatila says he bought Nazi items at a Munich auction to stop them from falling into the hands of neo-fascists.

Lebanese businessman to donate Hitler's top hat to Israeli group

Austria

House Hitler was born in to become a police station

New use will ensure house can 'never again evoke the memory of National Socialism', Austria's interior minister says.

House Hitler was born in to become a police station