Small neo-Nazi party won 17 per cent of the vote in one district - making it the town's third largest party
Mahan Esfahani put the furore down to his performance but German media suggested xenophobia may be to blame
Airport official tells The Independent a woman was able to walk through security without being checked, sparking a major police operation
Most crimes committed by migrants in 2015 were theft, counterfeiting and travelling on public transport without tickets
'Then a hand landed on my breast I was was shocked,' recalls Belgian journalist
Asylum seekers were asleep in the building at the time and police said it was just 'luck' that the grenade did not detonate
The UK must challenge 'patriarchal cultures' but not forget its own record on women, says MP
New rules will reduce family reunions for refugees and speed up deportations of failed applicants
'We had women complain because they felt stared at and selfies had been taken with them'
Poppy Jackson and Rupi Kaur both feature in the multimedia exhibition
He escaped after being escorted to the toilet by one of the two prison guards who accompanied him on the trip
'Most of them are not single men. Most of them are family members. Whereas Germany accepts everybody that comes to its borders'
Karen Wright meets the artist in her studio on a small semi-industrial site in the west of Cologne
There has been an immediate and angry backlash online
More Germans surveyed now say the number of asylum seekers in the country is too high
A group of football hooligans and 'rockers' had invited people on a 'manhunt' through the city