France

Arrests made after Al Jazeera investigation into French far right

Three far-right activists are charged with assault that was recorded in Al Jazeera probe.

Arrests made after Al Jazeera investigation into French far right

Racism

Assault on black US actor probed as possible hate crime

The attackers reportedly placed a noose around the black actor's neck and yelled homophobic slurs.

Assault on actor Jussie Smollett probed as possible hate crime

The Far Right

US militia members plead guilty to pipe bomb attack on mosque

In August 2017, the pair say, they threw a pipe bomb into the Dar al-Farooq Islamic Center in Illinois.

US militia members plead guilty to pipe bomb attack on mosque

The Far Right

2018 saw most killings linked to US far right since 1995: ADL

Watchdog says 2018 saw most far-right-linked killings since 1995, with 42 of 50 murders carried out by firearm.

2018 saw most killings linked to US far right since 1995: ADL

The Far Right

US man admits to killing black man with sword for 'race war'

James Jackson, who stabbed Timothy Caughman to death in March 2017, has pleaded guilty to murder as an act of terrorism.

US man admits to killing black man with sword for 'race war'

Opinion

Spain's far right hates not only immigrants, but also women

What is behind the unexpected rise of Spain's racist, homophobic and anti-immigrant Vox party?

Santiago Zabala

by Santiago Zabala

Santiago Zabala

Europe

'Suffering and smiling': Slow death of a street market

Ridley Road Market encapsulates East London's rich history of diversity but can it survive austerity and gentrification?

Ridley Road: The slow death of an East London street market

The Far Right

After white nationalism defence, lawmaker Steve King faces rebuke

US House Republicans strip Iowa Congressman Steve King of his committee assignments after uproar.

After white nationalism defence, lawmaker Steve King faces rebuke

The Far Right

'Not just horror and crime': Parallel worlds in Berlin's Neukolln

Residents of the diverse neighbourhood often dismissed as 'no-go zone' discuss diversity, integration, gentrification.

'Not just horror and crime': Parallel worlds in Berlin's Neukolln

Opinion

The Zionist fallacy of 'Jewish supremacy'

Framing Zionism as Jewish and not white supremacy is a dangerous proposition.

Yoav Litvin

by Yoav Litvin

Yoav Litvin

The Far Right

In Paris, a son remembers a father lost to far-right violence

Said Bouraam's father, Brahim Bouarram, drowned in the Seine after being attacked by members of France's National Front.

In Paris, a son remembers a father lost to far-right violence

Brazil

Brazil's Bolsonaro targets minority groups on first day in office

Far-right leader issues orders targeting Brazil's indigenous groups, descendants of slaves and LGBT community.

Brazil's Bolsonaro targets minority groups on first day in office

Germany

Germany extreme right under watch amid rise in refugee attacks

Estimates say some 25,000 far-right 'extremists' exist throughout Germany, as attacks on refugees and foreigners rise.

The Far Right

The Indians saving Italy's traditional cheese industry

From Punjab to the Po river: How Indian farmers are adapting to life in Italy and turning their hand to making Parmesan.

The Indians saving Italy's traditional cheese industry

Opinion

Salvini's main legacy will be the legitimisation of xenophobia

Matteo Salvini's anti-immigrant rhetoric is a bigger threat to liberal democracies of Europe than his euro-scepticism.

Andrea Mammone

by Andrea Mammone

Andrea Mammone