Row with Netherlands continues to escalate as country goes to polls in national election
The hack appears to be linked to a Dutch app called Twitter Counter
Latest comments in vicious war of words between the countries threaten to overshadow opening of polls on Wednesday in which far-right on course to make significant gains
Wilders is further polarising the electorate around EU membership. He has even accused 'war-mongering' and 'shameless Europhiles with their dreams of empire' for the problems in Ukraine by propping up what he describes as the 'National Socialists, Jew-haters and other anti-democrats' in Kiev's pro-Western government
‘Let us stop the domino effect... of the wrong sort of populism winning in this world’
German Chancellor Angela Merkel denounces Nazi comparisons as 'completely unacceptable'
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte condemns 'bizarre, irresponsible and unacceptable' behaviour
'I have said that I had thought that Nazism was over, but that I was wrong. Nazism is alive in the West'
Protests at Dutch embassy in Turkey as diplomatic row escalates
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said he would visit the Dutch city of Rotterdam on Saturday despite an official ban on him addressing a rally of Turks there
Russian President expresses 'cautious optimism' of political resolution to Syrian conflict
Former army general under renewed pressure over fresh links to overseas states
Justice Department receives files outlining $530,000 of previously undeclared consultancy work that may have benefited Erdogan regime
Talks held in Turkey after clashes between rival groups of anti-Isis rebels
Mevlut Cavusoglu repeated the Turkish President’s assertion that Germany’s ‘practices are similar to those of the Nazi era’
Opponents fear Erdogan is undermining the military's role as defenders of secularism