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Handelsblatt Global 15h
Hans-Georg Maassen, the disgraced former domestic intelligence boss, will get a €30,000 pay raise in his new role as a junior minister in the German interior ministry. He was fired on Tuesday for spreading far-right conspiracy theories about the Chemnitz riots
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Sputnik 8h
riot: Maassen sacked, Merkel sticks to her migrant policy – chairman
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Sputnik 6h
Iraqi suspect in stabbing walks free, police looking for third culprit
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DW News Sep 14
"The Wolves Are Back" The bronze statues of wolves performing the Nazi greeting, which is usually banned in Germany, have been installed in the eastern city of . The artist behind the installation says the work is meant to remind people of the threat of racism.
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Michaela Kuefner Sep 18
The rumors were true: ’s top spy has to go after contradicting over analysis of events. BUT her rebellious interior minister takes him in as one of his many deputy ministers - removal through promotion. Face saving exercise to cost credibility?
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i24NEWS English Sep 14
Jewish community members in Germany's say that was declining in the past few years, but very recent incidents have caused the community to worry again, explains to and :
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Ruptly Sep 15
Far-right demos renewed in
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Giulia Marziale 12h
A ROTTEN SYSTEM THEY ALL SHOULD GO !!! BTW THEY ALL SUPPORTIN FASCISM AND MUCH MORE !
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DW Politics Sep 17
"When German people hear that word, a small bomb of outrage goes off in their heads and they're unable to hear anything else." Our reporter asked himself after : When do you call someone a "Nazi"?
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DW Politics Sep 13
A 33-year-old has been convicted of hate speech and assault after displaying a banned Nazi greeting at a far-right rally. The district court in is fast-tracking trials related to the recent unrest in the city.
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🅿️ete , Swede ✈️🔱☀️🌊 Sep 12
was it nazis or was it Chemnitz citzens?
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Jannis Grimm Sep 18
Are you f***in kidding me? Head of German domestic intel. (who came under fire for dubious contacts w/rightwing +denied that Nazis hunted suspected foreigners in +brought gov. coalition to brink of collapse) is NOT fired but PROMOTED..
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Martin Grund 1h
Does your university do enough against & ? Student council asks their university management for more actions against racism. Interview by
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New York City Antifa Sep 14
Reason #161 you never let Nazis have the streets: Since the fash have been created a visible presence in , there have been xenophobic attacks. This week, a man from Tunisia was brutally beaten, & an Afghani man is also suspected to be a victim of a racist attack.
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Marion Friedl 51m
Replying to @keithboykin
Oh er chief ´s been promoted as general secretary in the inner minisery of here in Germany, he´s the guy who denied that there were coursings in after a young man had been stabbed to death, too many out there.... 🤬🤬🤬
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Unicorn Riot Sep 14
Paramedics were pepper sprayed by a right-wing demonstrator from a rooftop while providing medical support to left-wing protesters in a police kettle in . A medic provided their first hand account to Unicorn Riot of what took place.
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DW Politics Sep 12
The head of Germany's Domestic Intelligence Agency, Hans-Georg , will be questioned today in the German parliament regarding his controversial statements on the racially motivated attacks in . Here is a summary. 👇
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Ruptly 6h
was named as the new temporary head of 's domestic security agency, the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution. His predecessor was removed after a series of controversies culminating in comments on the far right protests in
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Project Syndicate Sep 13
Ian Buruma compares the recent violence in to the white supremacist mayhem in last year |
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DW News Sep 9
Germany's interior minister did not criticize the nation's domestic intel boss for casting doubt — and contradicting Chancellor Angela Merkel — regarding far-right violence in . But he has asked for proof.
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