17 September 2021
Ultranationalist Škoro just said he "won't let the far-left take over Zagreb." Tomašević campaigned on anti-corruption and transparency, but with Škoro as his opponent in the 2nd round he might get forced into ideological battles that tend to cause sharp divides in Croatia
Unexpected turnaround in Zagreb elections: As the results trickle in, far-right candidate Miroslav Skoro pulls ahead and is now in 2nd place (60% counted between). This means that the run-off could be between one of the most progressive candidates to run and an ultranationalist
Littleton man charged in Capitol riot violates terms of pretrial release by possessing firearm, court documents say
The Department of Homeland Security says violent extremists may seek to exploit the easing of COVID19-related restrictions across the United States to conduct attacks
Four months after the deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol on January 6, House lawmakers have reached a deal on a bill to create a bipartisan commission to investigate the assault and come up with recommendations for securing the Capitol
@DHSgov issues updated Nat'l Terrorism Advisory due to "threats posed by domestic militants, individuals, & groups engaged in grievance-based violence, & those inspired or influenced by foreign militants & other malign foreign influences" re DVE, foreign militants,
An active-duty U.S. Marine Corps commissioned officer stationed at Quantico in Northern Virginia has been arrested for assault on law enforcement during the siege at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6
"Death to the Arabs" chanted by Jewish protesters now in Acre
Violent clashes in Bat Yam, reports of Israeli Jews vandalizing Arab-owned businesses
[email protected] has expressed alarm after Slovenia's right-wing PM accused the director of the country's press agency of being party to a murder
Members of a neo-Nazi group arrested while planning an attack on a Masonic lodge
The US attorney's office in DC won't fight a petition filed by a coalition of media outlets (including @BuzzFeedNews) for a standing order that requires public access to videos shown at hearings in the Capitol insurrection cases going forward
Minutes after the Facebook oversight board upholds its decision to ban Trump for spreading election conspiracy theories, the former president releases a statement attacking Liz Cheney, Mike Pence and Mitch McConnell for saying the election was fair. No mention of Facebook
Facebook is upholding its decision to keep Trump banned on Facebook and Instagram
DOJ says "Boogaloo Bois" member Michael Solomon pleaded guilty today to conspiracy to provide material support & resources - namely property, services & weapons - to what he believed was Hamas, for use against Israeli and U.S. military personnel overseas
US President Joe Biden has described right-wing extremist terrorism as the greatest terrorist threat to the United States
Several thousand protesters gathered in Ljubljana's central Preseren Square yesterday for an anti-government protest to "warn of the accelerated degradation of democracy" in Slovenia led by right-wing PM Janez Jansa
4 month ago
Oath Keeper Joshua James will not go back to jail or have another detention hearing, despite new evidence presented by the DoJ, a federal judge has just ordered
The Senate voted 94-1 to pass the anti-Asian hate crimes bill. Republican Josh Hawley was the only "no" vote
5 month ago
The Straubing criminal police are investigating anti-Semitic slogans that were sprayed on the walls of a food market in Viechtach. The perpetrators compare the compulsory coronavirus mask and the Nazi persecution of Jews with the graffiti
5 month ago
Hundreds of football fans have joined together outside Elland Road to protest against the European Super League
Army official confirms the Army is reviewing a DC government request for the DC National Guard to provide support to DC police as part of Chauvin verdict preparations
Defense attorney for accused Proud Boy and US Capitol Insurrectionist Ethan Norden asks judge to order Nordean be kept in jail in Seattle. Not transferred to DC. "Capitol defendants have been violently assaulted in DC jail" per defense attorney"
5 month ago
UK to ban US-based neo-Nazi group Atomwaffen Division as terrorist organisation
5 month ago
Water bottles were thrown at people participating in the freedom rally on Dundas street the police entered the building to investigate. for more
A Twitter spox tells @Salon on Project Veritas founder James O'Keefe account: "The account you referenced (@JamesOKeefeIII) was permanently suspended for violating the Twitter Rules on platform manipulation and spam"
After request from defense lawyers, judge is allowing group of accused Oath Keepers and Capitol Insurrectionists to have access to the internet. Defendants:who allegedly used internet technology to conspire Jan. 6.. said they need internet to find work
Today, @SecDef announced the Immediate Actions to Counter Extremism in the Department and the Establishment of the Countering Extremism Working Group.
Facebook removed a network of 70 camouflaged assets connected to the far-right and pro-Kremlin party Georgia March. In a statement, @Facebook said, "This network had multiple strikes for violating our Community Standards related to hate speech
New Reuters/Ipsos poll underscores Trump's staying power in the GOP, his control over the Republican Party, and the effectiveness of the false and misleading messaging campaigns he and his political allies have waged in the wake of the Jan 6 attacks
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