Europe

Italy: Far-right leader Matteo Salvini seeks to trigger snap vote

Italy braces for snap election in autumn that could move the country further to the right.

Italy: Far-right leader Matteo Salvini seeks to trigger snap vote

Europe

Hundreds condemn racist violence after Eritrean shot in Germany

Police say 26-year-old Eritrean seems to have been a random victim 'chosen due to the colour of his skin'.

Hundreds condemn racist violence after Eritrean shot in Germany

The Far Right

Why is the violent far right still able to organise online?

It's been eight years since Anders Breivik, who received and spread violent ideas online, carried out the Norway attack.

Why is the violent far right still able to organise online?

Opinion

What type of fascism is driving the far right today?

Fascism today aims to transform democratic systems from within, rendering it more dangerous than its past incarnations.

Santiago Zabala

by Santiago Zabala

Santiago Zabala

Podcast

Undercover with white supremacists

Al Jazeera investigated a far-right group in France for a year, exposing violence, racism and surprising ties to a mainstream political party.

Undercover with white supremacists

Inside Story

How did neo-Nazis in Italy acquire missiles?

A huge stash of weapons is found in Italy with neo-Nazi sympathisers and government says the seizure is unprecedented.

The Far Right

Italy seizes missile, guns in raids on neo-Nazis

Arrests made after cache of arms, including air-to-air missile, rocket launchers as well as Nazi memorabilia found.

Italy seizes missile, guns in raids on neo-Nazis

The Far Right

Charlottesville: Neo-Nazi gets 2nd life sentence for 2017 attack

Neo-Nazi who killed 32-year-old Heather Heyer when he rammed his car into anti-racists gets second life sentence.

Charlottesville: Neo-Nazi gets 2nd life sentence for 2017 attack

Germany

Germany's far-right AfD party 'tearing itself apart'

Rising hardline sentiment is deepening divisions within the AfD, which has experienced splits and leadership coups.

Germany's far-right AfD party 'tearing itself apart'

Europe

Italian prosecutors launch probe into Russia collusion claims

Far-right deputy PM faces probe after reports say his League party received millions of euros via covert Russian deal.

Italian prosecutors launch probe into Russia collusion claims

The Far Right

Critics slam Trump 'social media summit' over far-right invitees

Several far-right figures including some who push conspiracy theories and spread false rumors reportedly among invitees.

Critics slam Trump 'social media summit' over far-right invitees

The Far Right

UK's far-right activist Robinson jailed for 9 months

Robinson jeopardised trial of a gang of alleged child abusers by posting video on Facebook, Britain's High Court ruled.

British far-right activist Tommy Robinson jailed for nine months

People & Power

Hungary: Europe's Bad Boy

We investigate why Hungary, under its authoritarian leader Viktor Orban, has repeatedly clashed with the European Union.

Europe

Neo-fascist Golden Dawn party crashes out of Greek parliament

Far-right party fails to pass three percent threshold in national election following years in legislature.

Neo-fascist Golden Dawn party crashes out of Greek parliament

The Far Right

Anti-racists outnumber far-right Proud Boys at DC rally

Few skirmishes as heavy police presence keep both sides separated at 'Demand Free Speech' and 'All Out DC' rallies.

Anti-racists outnumber far-right Proud Boys at DC rally