An alternative Berlin private school has reportedly rejected a pupil's application as his father is an AfD politician.
In a DW interview after his release, opposition lawmaker Nebojsa Medojevic said he feared for his safety in jail.
Demonstrators are seeking an end to Prime Minister Viktor Orban's creeping authoritarianism.
A lawyer who represented victims of far-right violence had her daughter threatened, possibly by extremist police.
Riyadh has accused Washington of undermining its sovereignty in directly blaming Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
Nearly 170 countries have pledged to offer more help to nations that host refugees fleeing war and persecution.
Authorities have said police were only deterring migrants from using an unofficial crossing.
Germany's sports media have voted the Wimbledon and Ironman champions as the nation's top athletes for 2018.
Sudan's president has become the first Arab leader to visit Syria since the start of the civil war in 2011.
Barto Orent-Niedzielski is the fifth fatality from last week's mass shooting at a Christmas market in Strasbourg.
Ukraine's president has pledged not to extend martial law unless the Russian army attacks in the coming days.
The fighting threatens a ceasefire agreed last week by pro-government forces and Houthi rebels.
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