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#Europe agenda: Far-right attacker kills at least 11 in Germany’s Hanau…

In Uncategorized on February 21, 2020 at 09:34

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Eleven people in two shisha bars have been killed by an armed attack that authorities believe was carried out with “xenophobic motives.”
Germany shisha bar shootings: What we know about the victims

Many killed were of migrant background, security sources say, as Turkey claims some victims were of Turkish origin.

Germany shooting: Vigils held for victims

People gathered to remember the nine people killed in a gun attack in Hanau.
Germany shooting: Vigils held for victims of racist attack

Germany’s government is facing calls to do more to combat far-right extremism following the attack.
Has Germany done enough against far-right violence?

The Hanau crime fuels fears that Germany has underestimated the far-right terror threat.


The anti-Islam, anti-immigrant party handed out children’s play books featuring caricatures of Muslims and black people.

Airbnb Has Devoured London. Here’s the Data to Prove It

The city has four times more listings than it did four years ago, and many of them violate short-term rental limits.

Leipzig – Germany’s most divisive football club

How did RB Leipzig go from Germany’s fifth tier to the Champions League last 16 in a decade, and why are they so divisive

German far-right group was ‘plotting Christchurch-style attack’

Concerns rise as more details emerge about men who wanted to carry out large-scale, deadly attacks against Muslims.
These are the main battle lines along which EU leaders are expected to clash as they gather in Brussels to discuss the first post-Brexit EU budget.
EU backtracks on plans to ban facial recognition

The European Commission came under fire on Wednesday for ruling out a moratorium on facial recognition. Instead, it proposed a
Jagermeister logo does not offend Christians, Swiss court rules

It had been argued that the Jägermeister logo could offend Swiss Christians.

Italy Senate votes on migrant trial for far-right leader Salvini

Former Minister of Interior Matteo Salvini is facing a potential trial for refusing a migrant boat to dock last July.

Germany: Is banning far-right groups enough?

The case of far-right group Combat 18 has prompted a wider re-examination of far-right extremism and the utility of bans
Left-wing party surges in election, after campaign that focused on providing more social housing and better healthcare.

European legislators bid emotional farewell to Britain

Emotional scenes break out as UK representatives take part in their last session at the European Parliament.

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