Matteo Salvini, leader of the far-right League party and Italy's deputy prime minister, is embroiled in a scandal over an illicit oil money deal with Russia.
The Identitarian Movement, which promotes the racist "great replacement" conspiracy theory, is now under much closer surveillance by German intelligence.
Tommy Robinson pleads with U.S. President Donald Trump as he awaits a jail sentence for contempt of court over child sex gang trials.
Steven L. Anderson, 37, who founded the Faithful Word Baptist Church, made headlines in 2016 for praising the Pulse nightclub shooter in Orlando and in 2009 for praying for Barack Obama's death.
The Brothers of Italy party is hoping the great-grandson of Benito Mussolini, the country's fascist dictator, could provide an edge in the polls.
Film director Alison Klayman told Newsweek that the former Trump chief strategist's ideology was "disingenuous" and "irresponsible."
The long-time journalist and broadcaster told CNN the president's social media output was "ridiculous, but...unrelenting."
"All those who consider Muslims a terrorist community have empty heads," said Will Connolly, 17.
"There is real data and information currently, right now on the rise of white supremacy right here in this United States of America," Representative Rashida Tlaib pointed out.
"Whoever did this is not worthy of the French Republic and will be punished," French President Emmanuel Macron said.
"They want me to be homeless & die!" Loomer said, adding that she's already been banned from Twitter, Uber, Lyft, GoFundMe, Venmo and Uber Eats.
André Poggenburg said he was unhappy with the AfD's "shift to the left."
Stepan Bandera was a Ukrainian nationalist who joined forces with the German Nazis during World War II because he believed that they would help his country gain independence from the now defunct Soviet Union.
"I've had a miserable year or two, banned and de-platformed and censored and blacklisted … and now I need your help," Yiannopoulos told fans.
Leaked documents laid bare the financial travails of alt-right provocateur Milo Yiannopolous and the luxurious lifestyle he leads.
"I heard screeching tires and an engine revving as it sped past me up the street," a photographer said.
"There are too many powers that wish to thwart us," French President Emmanuel Macron warned in a speech before the German parliament.
A recent Twitter exchange between the National Security Council and Brazilian President-elect Jair Bolsonaro shows that love is in the air.
The Stand Up to Racism campaign group said Bannon's invitation was "legitimizing racism."
The classes would stress "fundamental values such as democracy and the treatment of women in our society."
The French president pointed not only to potential threats from China and Russia, but also from the United States.
Macron said Merkel "has never forgotten what Europe's values are and she leads her country with great courage," referring to her announcement as "extremely dignified."