UK broadcaster Channel 5 says it will no longer show the episode in question, after the man's tattoo was brought to their attention by VICE World News.
AfD co-leader Tino Chrupalla couldn’t name a German poem just moments after telling the actual child interviewing him that German kids needed to learn more about German folk songs and poems in school.
The leader of the fringe Alliansen party refused to leave until school officials called the cops. Students told Norwegian media that some of the teenagers who accepted his money had already been vaccinated.
Tarrio also says he has no plans of leaving the far-right street-fighting group.
The move follows rising concern about anti-Semitism and right-wing extremism, after dozens of neo-Nazis were caught gathering in a national park in the state of Victoria earlier this year.
Hardcore football fans have proven a potent weapon for far-right political forces around the world, acting as muscle for ultranationalist and xenophobic movements.
White supremacist Ben John downloaded bomb-making instructions but avoided jail. An anti-extremism group says the sentence adds to concerns that British courts don’t take the threat of far-right terrorism seriously enough.
The company admitted that the advert breached its own hate-speech policies.
Riley June Williams has been accused of trying to steal a laptop used by Nancy Pelosi’s team and attempting to sell it to Russian intelligence.
A judge sentenced Enrique Tarrio to 155 days for destroying a Black Lives Matter sign belonging to a historically Black church and possessing a pair of high-capacity rifle-magazines.
For years, Portland has been a hotbed for political violence. Sunday's clashes mark some of the worst yet.