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Germany

2021

15

Jul

Apartments of 5 Berlin police officers searched for far-right links

Berlin police on Wednesday announced that it had raided apartments and rooms connected to five of its officers after it was found that they had shared racist and anti-government content in an online chat group with 12 members. The officers were said to have distributed images and caricatures depicting racist, right-wing imagery as well as […]

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Country: Germany
Source: , DW

28

Jun

Alman polisleri suçlanıyor

‘Far-right’ investigation is underway against at least 272 police officers in Germany

In the news of the “Welt am Sonntag” newspaper, it was stated that right-wing extremism is more common in law enforcement agencies in the country than previously thought. In the news that the newspaper based on the information it received from the federal government and the ministries of justice and interior in the states, it […]

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Country: Germany
Source: , Livik

18

Jun

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German NATO troops return from Lithuania over racism allegations

Defense Minister Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer called allegations of racist and antisemitic behavior “a slap in the face of all those who serve our country.” The soldiers were in Lithuania as part of a NATO mission. Some 30 German soldiers headed home from Lithuania on Thursday in the wake of alleged racist and antisemitic remarks as well […]

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11

Jun

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German state’s exclusion of Turkish from curriculum incites anger

The Turkish community in the German state of Hessen expressed anger Thursday over a proposed bill that would leave Turkish lessons out of the school curriculum while offering Polish, Chinese, Portuguese and Arabic as a second language option, saying that the bill harms the ‘emotional ties’ of nearly 400,000 Turks living in Hessen. The Hessen […]

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Country: Germany
Source: , DS

10

Jun

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Germany opens fresh probe against police over neo-Nazi chats

German prosecutors said Wednesday they had opened a probe against 20 police officers, including elite commandos, accused of taking part in far-right online chats and swapping Nazi symbols. In the latest political scandal to rock Germany’s security services, the Hesse state crime office and the Frankfurt prosecutor’s office said they had carried out dawn raids […]

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Country: Germany
Source: , De

28

May

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Germany officially recognises colonial-era Namibia genocide

Germany has officially acknowledged that it committed genocide during its colonial-era occupation of Namibia, and announced a financial support gesture. German colonisers killed tens of thousands of Herero and Nama people there in early 20th Century massacres. Foreign Minister Heiko Maas on Friday acknowledged the killings as genocide. “In light of Germany’s historical and moral […]

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Country: Germany
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08

May

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German Muslims raise alarm over ‘headscarf ban through the back door’

Muslims in Germany are alarmed over a new law that they say could lead to a ban on Islamic headscarves through the back door. The law, which comes as France debates a hijab ban for under-18s, would allow for German civil servants to be banned from displaying symbols that “reduce trust in their neutrality”. Although […]

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Country: Germany
Source: , N

13

Apr

Germany’s far-right, anti-migrant AfD targets the refugees

Germany’s far-right AfD party vowed to campaign for an end to coronavirus restrictions, a tougher line on migration and an exit from the EU as it finalised its election manifesto on Sunday. On the second day of a congress to firm up its strategy ahead of Germany’s election on September 26, the anti-Islam, anti-immigration party […]

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Country: Germany
Source: , FRANCE 24

05

Mar

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Turkish lawyer defending NSU victims receives threats from neo-Nazis

Seda Başay Yıldız, one of the Turkish lawyers representing a victim in a trial against the National Socialist Underground (NSU) neo-Nazi gang, continues to receive threatening letters from the group with the signature “NSU 2.0.” Speaking to Germany’s Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Yildiz said that she is still receiving letters with death threats and criticized German […]

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Country: Germany
Source: , DS

08

Feb

Alman polisi şiddet

German police beat up Turkish father, daughter

Basongen, who had come to Germany from Turkey in 2001 as a factory worker, said the incident occurred after his daughter had an argument with her friends, who then called the police. “While I was waiting for her outside, the police came within five minutes. The police had told my daughter to step away and […]

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Country: Germany
Source: EN SON HABER , AA