One of Germany’s biggest ever neo-Nazi trials has been suspended because the judge is too old. Critics have called the decision a scandal for the judiciary and accused the defense of deliberate delays.
Over 400 extremists with warrants out for their arrest are still free, according to government data. The Left party has said the rising trend indicates the presence of an “established Nazi underground.”
Dutch investigators are probing firebrand MP Geert Wilders over alleged inflammatory remarks about Islam made in a speech in Austria two years ago, prosecutors said on Friday.
State police in Berlin have been accused of trying to hide mistakes made in their investigation of Berlin Christmas market attacker Anis Amri. Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere called the allegations unconscionable.
The head of Hesse’s state intelligence agency said that halal shops are being monitored because they may attract fundamentalist Islamic customers.
Germany’s official crime statistics for 2016 have shown a rise in violent crime across the country – including among young male migrants.
WikiLeaks released a trove of CIA documents on Tuesday that it claimed revealed details of its secret hacking arsenal.
A massive manhunt was underway Wednesday for the driver of a truck that was intentionally crashed into a Berlin Christmas market, leaving 12 people dead and 48 injured.
A US settlement over Volkswagen’s emissions cheating scandal has cleared a final hurdle, with a federal judge in San Francisco giving his approval for VW’s multi-billion dollar buyback and compensation plan.
Newly released documents suggest the German auto parts supplier Bosch not only provided Volkswagen with the software it used to cheat on emissions tests, but that the company knew its actions were illegal.