Tomasz Rzymkowski, an MP with a long track record of far-right activism, has been promoted to a senior role in the heart of Poland’s government.
Observers fear the electoral gains of a former football commentator turned upstart far-right politician signals a dangerous moment in Portugal’s politics.
An innocuous quote by political scientist Péter Krekó has led to a hate campaign of hundreds of articles in pro-government media, and a bunch of death threats.
Belarus is targeting journalists with trumped up criminal charges to shut down protest coverage, say rights groups.
Speaking from a makeshift courtroom a day after he returned to Russia following a suspected assassination attempt, Navalny denounced the “lawlessness of the highest order.”
It comes after Donald Trump was permanently banned from Twitter and suspended from other platforms.
Israel’s world-beating vaccine rollout is highlighting the inequalities of life under occupation.
The leading critic of Vladimir Putin, who survived a suspected assassination attempt and faces jail on his return, said: “Russia is my country, Moscow is my city, and I miss it.”
The Vienna-based Institute for Human Sciences is investigating how Olena Semenyaka’s far-right political activity went unnoticed by the jury awarding fellowships.
Germany experienced its own version of the storming of the US Capitol last August, and experts there say it has only further emboldened conspiracy ideologists and the far-right.
The accused allegedly planned an attack on a mosque to “prevent the Islamisation of Poland,” a country where the Muslim community accounts for 0.1 percent of the population.