The two former paratroopers face terror charges over allegations they tried to recruit soldiers and police officers to fight the Houthis in Yemen, as part of a paramilitary they hoped Saudi Arabia would bankroll.
White supremacists and jihadists may despise each other, but their violent extremist movements have a surprising amount in common, with shared enemies, tactics and a similar worldview.
Ylva Schwenke was 14 when she survived the deadliest attack in Norway since WWII.
The violent protests against the Italian government’s COVID measures have triggered calls for the neofascist Forza Nuova party to be banned under existing laws.
The defendant, named only as Josef S., is the oldest person ever to face prosecution for Nazi-era crimes.
Rachele Mussolini said her election win for the far-right Brothers of Italy has nothing to do with her surname, but was down to the initiatives she’s promoted.
There's been an uptick in violence committed by far-right thugs ahead of the anniversary of the conviction of leading members of Golden Dawn.
Rafal Ziemkiewicz, who has been accused of anti-Semitic, Islamophobic and homophobic views, was denied entry to the UK. That’s sparked a wave of online abuse against a British MP who has previously called him out.
Irmgard Furchner, who worked at the Stutthof concentration camp, sparked an hours-long search by police after she took a taxi from her care home to a metro station.
The Court of Appeal will step in after Ben John was spared a potential 15-year sentence for possessing information likely to be useful for an act of terror.
Some supporters have taken the “black pill” and believe the election was rigged against them because they won nothing.
And they’re mad as hell.