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Germany’s latest domestic-terror attack is another sign that xenophobia and nationalism have supplanted the lessons of the Holocaust
The resurgence in far-right violence has challenged Germany's resistance to racism and nationalism — and its historical memory, too.
Thousands of mourners chanted ‘Nazis out’ at vigils for victims of the far-right mass shooting in Hanau, Germany
The victims had a "migrant background" and some were German citizens, a chief prosecutor said, noting the gunman had a "very deeply racist attitude."
These are the victims of the far-right mass shooting in Germany, including a pregnant mother, and 22-year-old who just finished studying
The victims of the Hanau shooting in Germany were from immigrant backgrounds, seemingly in line with a racist manifesto published their killer.
Elon Musk's electric-car startup got the green light to resume clearing forest to build its massive assembly plant.
The mass shooter who killed 9 in Germany published a racist manifesto where he identified as an incel and accused Trump of stealing his populist sloga...
A manifesto published by the 43-year-old attacker argued that white people were biologically superior to nonwhites.
At least 9 people were killed in shootings in Hanau, Germany. The suspect was found dead in his home.
The local police reported that at least nine were killed and five injured in two shootings. The suspect was found dead in his home with another body.
The US was left alone and humiliated on the world stage as European allies collectively dunked on Trump’s ‘America First’ policy at ...
The Munich Security Conference was themed around the idea of the Western alliance fading, and European allies openly criticized the US's approach.
Steffen Schwarz proposed to his girlfriend by spelling out "Will you marry me?" in German across his cornfield.
A Maryland school district apologized after a ‘clearly visible’ Nazi flag in a school window ’caused hurt’ in the community
The flag horrified some members of the school's community, while others saw it as a teaching tool, not a declaration of anti-Semitism.
A grieving man traveled the world with his pet ferret, and said it was an ‘adventure worth living for’
From Europe to the Middle East and even the Arctic Circle, Charlie Hammerton and Bandit were inseparable.