Most of the hate crimes in Germany were perpetrated by far-right supporters.
From Greece’s ‘German Reparations’ to UK’s EU Elections: EU’s Top Stories from April 17, 2019, Ranked
The 10 EU news and developments from April 17, 2019, that matter the most.
German Ex-Intelligence Chief Forced into Retirement after Blasting ‘Radical Left’ in Farewell Speech
Hans-Georg Maassen has lambasted Germany's "naive" and "leftist" migrant policy in an farewell address to international intelligence agencies.
The CSU prefers to form a ruling coalition with the liberal pro-business Free Democrats Party which has just surpassed the
Record Low Ratings in Bavaria for Mainstream Conservatives, Social Democrats ahead of Crucial Election
A grand coalition between the mainstream right and left appears unlikely in Bavaria based on pre-election opinion polls.
Reports had projected a total of 220,000 migrant arrivals in Germany in 2018.
The head of Germany’s domestic intelligence agency Hans-Georg Maassen has been removed from his position after facing criticism of harboring
Merkel Decries Far-Right ‘Hate in the Streets’ in Germany’s Chemnitz after Stabbing Death Involving Migrants
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has issued a formal condemnation of the far-right / neo-Nazi outbursts in the city of Chemnitz
The prospects for the Cabinet of German Chancellor Angela Merkel seem brighter as her main ally turned opponent on migration
Germany’s government has struck a migrant return deal with Spain achieving its first of what is supposed to become a
More than half of all migrants who were ordered to leave Germany in the first five months of 2018 went