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3rd Day of Trial Short Report: A Well Connected Lone-Wolf?

On the third day of the trial, the questioning of the accused was continued by the representatives of the co-plaintiffs. In addition to specific questions regarding details on the course of the crime or statements made by the accused on the first two days of the hearing, the representatives of the co-plaintiffs asked particular questions […]

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#HalleTrial Antisemitism Far-right extremism

1st Day of Trial Short Report: Radical Right-Wing Rants in Court

On Tuesday, July 21, 2020, Ursula Mertens, presiding judge at the Naumburg Higher Regional Court, opened the main hearing against the suspected assassin of Halle with a delay of almost two hours. Due to increased security precautions and for capacity reasons, the trial will be held in the Magdeburg Regional Court building.  The Federal Prosecutor […]

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Far-right extremism

International far-right extremists commemorate Nazi collaborator Lukov

About 250 neo-Nazis commemorated the Bulgarian fascist and Nazi collaborator Hristo Lukov on the evening of 22.2.2020 in Sofia. Already since 2003 neo-Nazis have been organizing a torchlight march on the occasion of Lukov’s death. This year it was forbidden on short notice. Only one meeting was allowed, in which right-wing extremists from Bulgaria (Bulgarian […]

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Far-right extremism Hungary

German neo-Nazis at SS commemoration march in Budapest

A few thousand people took part in a commemorative march in the Buda Hills during the night of 8-9 February 2020. The 60-kilometre-long “escape” march refers to the Battle of Budapest in the winter of 1944/45. Hundreds of participants wore Nazi uniforms, badges and weapons. Checkpoints where stamps were distributed were decorated with swastikas, insignia […]

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Far-right extremism Hungary

German neo-Nazis commemorate Waffen-SS in Budapest

On 8 February 2020, 500 neo-Nazis took part in the annual commemoration of the Wehrmacht and Waffen-SS in Budapest. Besides participants from Hungary, Bulgaria, Poland, Czech Republic, Russia, France and the US, neo-Nazis from Germany took part in the fascist “Day of Honour”. The German neo-Nazi Matthias Deyda (Die Rechte) again glorified Adolf Hitler in […]