With the number of hate crimes and xenophobic parties growing across the continent, members of the European Parliament passed a resolution in Strasbourg that condemned the lack of serious action against extremist groups, including neo-Nazis.
The text, which was endorsed by 355 parliamentarians, specifically pointed to incidents such as the attack by right-wing terrorist Anders Brevik that killed 77 people, 48 of whom were under 18, in Norway in 2011, the murder of UK MP Jo Cox by a supporter of...

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