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German Populists Propose Hezbollah Ban

The populist Alternative for Germany (AfD) has introduced proposed legislation to ban the radical Islamist terror group Hezbollah following the Al-Quds day march that took place last weekend.

A protester holding a flag of Lebanon's Hezbollah militant group marches during a demonstration in Istanbul, Tuesday, May 15, 2018. Hundreds of demonstrators gathered in in Istanbul to protest the U.S.' decision to relocate its embassy to Jerusalem and to condemn the death of dozens of Palestinians killed Monday by …

‘Satirical’ German Party Uses Names of Former Nazis on Election List

The German ‘satire’ party Die Partei (The Party) has released a European Parliament candidate list featuring the surnames of former Nazi leaders, claiming they hope that populist supporters will vote for them to take votes from the Alternative for Germany (AfD).

Members of the satirical political party "Die Partei" display placards urging "Terrourists" to go home, during a protest at Berlin's Brandenburg Gate on August 15, 2013. The party, whose chairman Martin Sonneborn co-publishes Germany's best known satirical magazine Titanic, aims to liven up the otherwise dull parliamentary elections with campaign …

German Populist Party Office Targeted By Bombing

A party office belonging to the populist Alternative for Germany (AfD) in the city of Döbeln was bombed with the State Criminal Police Office (LKA) stating they believe the attack to be politically motivated. The attack occurred on Thursday night according to

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LIVEWIRE: Germany Federal Elections 2017 Results

All polls leading into today’s German national election favour a decisive win for present Chancellor Angela Merkel, huge gains for the anti-mass migration Alternative for Germany (AfD) and potentially one of the worst election results in history for the Social Democrats and Martin Schulz.

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