Right-wing extremism is notably rising in Germany, particularly in the east of the European country, a new study has revealed, calling on the government to take action against rightists.
"It is especially worrying that the study shows a new generation of right-wing extremism," the authors of the study, released by the Friedrich Ebert Foundation, told Der Speigel."The structural problems in eastern Germany, which have still not been adequately addressed even 20 years after reunification, are reflected here, as is this generation's feeling that they are not needed.”
The Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, said today in Skopje that the Turkish economy aims to have a greater presence in the Balkans over Macedonia. Erdogan called for an increase in trade between Turkey and Macedonia to about 1,000 million dollars from the current 400 million. "Our trade and economic ties should be extended to the entire region of the Balkans," Erdogan said at a news conference after meeting with Macedonian Prime
With the introduction of the euro in 1999, the unified interest rates enabled the members of monetary union to borrow so strong. Bonds issued by countries of southern Europe were considered as safe as Germany.
Firefighters in Greece working Friday to contain at least six huge forest fires that are out of control and forced authorities to declare a state of emergency near the northeastern border with Turkey to seek help from other European countries.