Germany Admits There’s a Far-Right Problem, But What To Do?

The country’s leaders are struggling to figure out how to counter a recent rise in right-wing hate, 75 years after the Nazis were driven from power.

  • Published 22 February 2020

BERLIN (AP) — As Germany’s president expressed his sympathy and shock during a candlelight vigil for nine people killed by an immigrant-hating gunman, a woman called out from the crowd, demanding action, not words. But the country’s leaders are struggling to figure out how to counter a recent rise in right-wing hate, 75 years after the Nazis were driven from power. The shooting rampage that began at a hookah bar in the Frankfurt suburb of… Read at AP News