Hungary's prime minister told an international assembly of Jews that his government has declared "zero tolerance" on anti-Semitism, but those gathered said he has failed to confront the country's largest far-right party.
A high-profile neo-Nazi trial that focuses on ten mostly racially motivated murders by an underground far-right gang has started in Munich.
Tens of thousands of leftist party supporters marched through Paris to express disappointment with French President Francois Hollande's first year in power.
The deputy speaker of Britain's parliament, Nigel Evans, has been arrested on suspicion of rape and sexual assault, but said the allegations against him were "completely false".
At least two people have died and 14 others have been injured when a train carrying chemicals derailed in Belgium, causing a major fire near the city of Ghent, a local government official has said.
Japan and Turkey have signed a deal to build a major nuclear power plant on Turkey's Black Sea coast, a milestone for the Japanese nuclear industry as it recovers from the 2011 Fukushima disaster.
A British businessman was sentenced to 10 years in jail after a judge described him as having "blood on his hands" for selling fake bomb detectors to Iraq and other countries and endangering lives for profit.
Greek police have broken up an attempt by Golden Dawn to hand out food to only Greeks, in defiance of a municipal ban, with Giorgos Kaminis, the city's mayor, saying one of the ultra-nationalist party's politicians tried to punch him and draw a gun.
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