Morning police raids have led to the seizure of a cache of weapons including rocket launchers and the arrests of twelve suspects who praised Nazism.
Activists in an affluent German region have been fighting misinformation propagated by national far-right groups to help voters make an informed decision in the ongoing European Union elections.
The new bloc would be called the European Alliance for People and Nations and would challenge the three centrist parties that have dominated the EU Parliament for more than 40 years.
Brenton Tarrant’s self-declared title of “kebab remover” is embedded in a greater pattern of racism.
League leader Matteo Salvini, Italy's new interior minister, warned migrants at a rally in northern Italy warned migrants that "The free ride is over".
Italy's former pm Berlusconi appealed to the Strasbourg court in 2013 following his conviction for tax fraud and ban on running for office.
Exit polls will be issued when voting ends at 10 pm (2100 GMT), but the actual vote count will not begin until Monday at 8 am.
Italy's 81-year-old centre-right politician Silvio Berlusconi said he wants to lead his Forza Italia (Go Italy) party in next year's election.
The clashes were the latest example of tensions in Italy as the country deals with an influx of migrants. They quickly became fodder for political debate, particularly on the police handling of the incident.
Poll says idea of "ius soli" or rights linked to the land where you are born is losing support among Italians, a drop from 41 percent in October last year to 32.3 percent now, even though such a path to citizenship exists in many other EU countries
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