In the wake of far-right unrest in the eastern German city of Chemnitz, investigators have uncovered a suspected neo-Nazi terror cell thought to have been planning a major attack. The arrests show how self-confident extremists have become. By DER SPIEGEL Staffmore...[ Comment ]
In den USA fühlen sich rechte Gruppierungen von Präsident Trump in ihren Ansichten bestärkt. Welchen Einfluss hat das auf deutsche Neonazis? Wir haben Extremismusforscher Hajo Funke gesprochen. mehr...
In Halle an der Saale will die Identitäre Bewegung ein eigenes Haus eröffnen, als "Stück Freiraum für Kultur, Leben und politische Arbeit", direkt an der Uni. Doch gegen die Pläne der Rechten formt sich Widerstand. mehr...
Local prosecutors in a German state believed a group had sought to intimidate refugees. But federal prosecutors have now taken over the case, accusing members of being part of a far-right terror cell that may have been out to kill. By Steffen Wintermore...[ Comment ]
This year has seen a sharply increased number of attacks on asylum hostels in Germany, many of them perpetrated by right-wing extremists. Officials are concerned that neo-Nazi networks may be spreading across the country. By SPIEGEL Staffmore...[ Comment ]
For years, Michael von Dolsperg provided German intelligence with information from the neo-Nazi scene. But when the NSU terror trio came to light, his file was shredded. Why? Could details he provided have prevented the murder spree? By Hubert Gudemore...[ Video | Comment ]
Neo-Nazi trial defendant Beate Zschäpe's mother and cousin were in court this week to cast light on the alleged terrorist cell member's past. Although her mother refused to testify, her cousin described how their circle had "leaned right" from an early age. more...[ Comment ]
In two days of testimony this week, suspected terrorist killer Uwe Böhnhardt's mother expressed slight sympathy for the victims of her son's alleged crimes. She also thanked the sole survivor of the neo-Nazi cell on trial for informing the family of his death. By Gisela Friedrichsen in Munichmore...[ Comment ]
In 2002, the neo-Nazi terrorist group the NSU, which murdered 10 people between 2000 and 2006, made a photo montage of then-Chancellor Gerhard Schröder. It showed the politician wearing a Star of David under the words: "You're the next!" more...[ Video | Comment ]