Police raids have been carried out across Germany against the group, which was allegedly gearing up for a so-called “Day X” when it intended to rise up against the government.
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.
Sami Jasim al-Jaburi had a $5 million bounty on his head and was dubbed the Islamic State’s “finance minister.” A security source told VICE World News al-Jaburi was arrested in Syria.
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.
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.
Public prosecutor Marya Olimpia Ribeiro Pacheco published posts including swastikas and messages in support of Adolf Hitler.
And they’re mad as hell.
Far-right music festivals where thousands of neo-Nazis gather to listen to racist rock music have become an important hub for extremists to network, raise funds, and plot violent action.
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.
Robinson lost a libel trial after his "calculated" comments led to the teenager, who fled civil war in Syria, becoming a target for abuse.
The British government will make it a criminal offence to be a member of or support the group – and those found guilty face up to 14 years in prison.