Balotelli rails against alleged racist insults from Bastia fans

Italian football star Mario Balotelli has reacted on social media after claiming to be racially abused by Bastia fans in a French Ligue 1 match on Friday.

Britain to ban far-right group under terrorism law

A neo-Nazi group will become the first far-right organization to be banned in Britain under a counterterrorism law, the government said on Monday.

Teen charged for Polish man's death amid rise in post-Brexit attacks

A 15-year-old boy was charged with manslaughter on Thursday after the death of a Polish man during an alleged hate crime in August.

German minister apologizes after racial slur against African men

German Development Minister Gerd Mueller apologized Tuesday for a speech he made earlier this month that contained a racial slur against African men, saying that his comments had been "too...

Turkey calls Austria the "capital of radical racism" after EU spat

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu accused Austria of radical racism on Friday, following a dispute between Vienna and Ankara about Turkey's admission into the European Union.

British police log jump in hate crime targeting Muslims, migrants

British police on Friday said they recorded a 42-per-cent jump in hate crimes over a two-week period in June, the month in which a migration-focused campaign on EU membership culminated in the...

Politicians, police urge vigilance as Brexit vote spurs racism

Politicians and police urged vigilance on Monday after reports of dozens of racist incidents

Roma Council condemns racist attack in Zagreb

The Roma Council of Zagreb on Friday strongly condemned an attack by two men on members of the Roma ethnic minority, which happened in central Zagreb on Tuesday night.

"Diversity Oscars" turn spotlight on race

With yet another all-white slate of nominations for this year's Oscars, host Chris Rock pulled no punches in his criticism of racism in the movie industry.

Survey: Quarter of Britons witness racism; two thirds regret inaction

About a quarter of British people have witnessed racism in the last year and more than two thirds of them regret not challenging the perpetrators, a survey found.