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On the campaign trail, Merkel doesn’t mention her father, a pastor loyal to communist ideals.
The party is poised to enter Parliament but is no longer viewed as a threat to the current government.
The E.U. has slowed the tide of Syrian immigration, but the African exodus has soared.
Migration experts say many of the proposals are unlikely to work.
Harris Media is helping Alternative for Germany hone its digital advertising ahead of September elections. The firm has boosted the online presence of many conservative figures in the U.S. and abroad.
Even when Angela Merkel is poised to claim a fourth term, a comedian hopes to shake up a sleepy German election — to fend off the far right.
African leaders agreed to set up centers to register “vulnerable” migrants in exchange for aid from Europe.
Right-wing parties in Europe once applauded the rise of Trump. Now, they are trying to distance themselves from the American president as his image takes a pounding.
The move grapples with the Western struggles between open expression and online sites that could stir violence.
Cold War-era tensions shaping de-Nazification resurface in debates over communist symbols.