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Greece (AP) Police in northern Greece say a 57-year-old neurologist has been arrested for inciting racial hatred and weapons possession. The doctor, who has not been named, has acknowledged he is a member of the extreme right Golden Dawn party.
Greece (JTA) Greek prosecutors asked parliament to remove from immunity nine additional lawmakers from the neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party. If parliament grants Thursday's request, all 18 of the party's lawmakers in the 300-member parliament will face
All Golden Dawn MPs could lose Greece immunity Supporters of Golden Dawn protested earlier this month against the criminal charges facing party members Greek investigating judges have asked for nine more MPs in the far-right Golden Dawn party to have
February 2014 The factors that contribute to the inexorable rise of fascism in societies, described here, have to be identified, understood and undermined by critical theory as soon as they occur, so that political action can confront them...On 18
Greece Greek judges have asked Parliament to allow the prosecution of another nine lawmakers from the Nazi-inspired Golden Dawn party, which is being investigated for alleged criminal activities. Approval of the request would mean that all 18 of
The menacing Greek nationalists known for their black uniforms and modified swastikas were opening a network of political offices and distribution centers across Greece. Unchecked by the police or, as some say, aided by them the party's followers
Greece (JTA) The Greek neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn will change its name to National Dawn amid concerns it could be banned from contesting upcoming elections. Patriots will have a party to vote for in the next election if they go ahead with the coup to
Greece (AP) If Golden Dawn is banned, National Dawn will do instead. Ilias Kassidiaris, lawmaker and spokesman for the extreme right party, has announced the founding of National Dawn, a party that would serve as a way to circumvent a possible ban on
May urged to ban far-right leader from UK Gabor Vona's Jobbik party is said to have close links with neo-Nazi groups Calls are mounting for the Home Secretary Theresa May to ban Hungarian far-right Jobbik party leader Gabor Vona from entering the UK.
A man who created a Facebook page poking fun at a revered Greek Orthodox monk has been sentenced to 10 months in prison in Greece after being found guilty of blasphemy. Thousands of Greeks took to social networking sites to protest against the arrest