“People under 35 years old, the millennials, please understand one thing: You’re better fed, better educated, in better shape, you’re more culturally aware than 19th-century Russian serfs, but you are nothing but serfs.”
Alternative for Germany thinks it has a chance to win upcoming elections following an outpouring of anti-immigrant anger in the country’s east, and allegations of Nazi ties may only be working to its advantage.
Rumors that a man was killed while defending a woman from rape have fueled anti-immigrant protests in Germany, with mobs hunting people in the streets. Now the country's biggest far-right party is planning a march of its own.
One is a potential frontrunner to be the next UK prime minister; the other wants to help nationalists win in Europe. BuzzFeed News reports for the first time that they're in regular contact.
"You have to ask yourself what Breitbart has to do with Europe," said a senior politician from Germany's largest nationalist party.
Macedonia’s Pro-Trump Fake News Industry Had American Links, And Is Under Investigation For Possible Russia Ties
An investigation reveals that the fake news sites that flourished in Macedonia in 2016 weren’t just the work of local teens — and that security agencies are probing possible connections to Russia.
Macedonia Suspects A Greek-Russian Billionaire Paid For Violent Protests To Prevent It From Joining NATO
Investigators think Ivan Savvidis, a wealthy former Russian lawmaker who once walked on to a soccer field with a gun, is funding violent anti-NATO protests.
It Looks Like Greece Is Kicking Out Some Russian Diplomats For Allegedly Trying To Bribe Religious Leaders
The usually friendly relations between Russia and Greece appear under strain.
The alleged assaulters were members of the Nordic Resistance Movement, which has reported a surge in membership and is running in September's elections.
This Russian Teenager Texted Strangers On Telegram. Now She Faces 10 Years In Prison For “Extremism.”
Russia’s leaders are panicked over a generation drawn to a new kind of freedom online, and law enforcement has gone on the offensive.
The law, which criminalized blaming Poland in any way for the Holocaust, caused an international outcry when it was first passed.
The world's eyes will be on Russia — just don't expect LGBT groups to be protesting.
Facebook closed some pages of the group Generation Identity, best known for trying to stop immigrants from crossing the Mediterranean last summer.
Hungary’s right-wing leader is seeking reelection this weekend with a campaign that stokes anti-immigrant sentiment. And one man is helping pull the strings.
The apology comes after it was reported the US will block Poland's top leaders from meeting with President Trump until the new Holocaust law is repealed.
Trump Won't Meet Poland's Leaders Until Their Holocaust Law Is Repealed, US Diplomats Have Reportedly Warned
A diplomatic source in Warsaw confirmed to BuzzFeed News that a report by Polish media on a leaked State Department memo was correct.
The party, Alternative for Sweden, is potentially starting a civil war on the Swedish right for the anti-immigrant vote in a country that is closely watched by the alt-right.
The attack comes just after a new law took effect that makes it a crime to attribute any blame to Poland for the Holocaust.
Poland’s justice minister and other lawmakers had tried to quiet international uproar about the law by promising it would not be immediately enforced, but an organization that helped pass the law is trying to take enforcement into its own hands.
She’s been threatened with rape, burned in effigy, and been mocked by a major party leader using an inflatable sex doll. Now Laura Boldrini, the speaker of the Italian Parliament, stays in a secret location while running for reelection.