A Swedish neo-Nazi party, the Party of the Swedes, has decided to bow out of politics after membership dropped following last year's elections.

A Swedish neo-Nazi party, the Party of the Swedes, has decided to bow out of politics after membership dropped following last year's elections.

Norway Intelligence Service (PST) expects extreme right groups in Norway is going to build closer ties with violent neo-Nazis in Scandinavia, and their activity is going to increase.

Norway Intelligence Service (PST) expects extreme right groups in Norway is going to build closer ties with violent neo-Nazis in Scandinavia, and their activity is going to increase.

Finland’s intelligence agency in charge of national security says it carefully monitors the extremist Finnish Resistance Movement's activities. They say the organisation is not widely supported in Finland, but maintains close contact with its sister organisations in other Nordic countries, where incidents like Saturday's affray in Jyväskylä are much more common.

Finland’s intelligence agency in charge of national security says it carefully monitors the extremist Finnish Resistance Movement's activities. They say the organisation is not widely supported in Finland, but maintains close contact with its sister organisations in other Nordic countries, where incidents like Saturday's affray in Jyväskylä are much more common.

Sweden is struggling to cope with the arrival last year of one asylum-seeker for every 60 Swedes. Unease and support for the anti-immigration Sweden Democrats are growing, as Richard Orange reports from Revingeby.

Sweden is struggling to cope with the arrival last year of one asylum-seeker for every 60 Swedes. Unease and support for the anti-immigration Sweden Democrats are growing, as Richard Orange reports from Revingeby.

About two years ago the co-founder and leader of the Finnish Resistance Movement (FRM), Esa Holappa, quietly left Finland’s most militant neo-Nazi group. Explaining the reasons behind his departure for the very first time, he tells Yle’s Spotlight programme that he simply could not reconcile raising children while continuing to work for the hate group.

About two years ago the co-founder and leader of the Finnish Resistance Movement (FRM), Esa Holappa, quietly left Finland’s most militant neo-Nazi group. Explaining the reasons behind his departure for the very first time, he tells Yle’s Spotlight programme that he simply could not reconcile raising children while continuing to work for the hate group.

Swedish neo-Nazi groups were less active in 2015, according to a new report. But it is getting more and more difficult to get a complete picture of the ideology, say the experts behind the new figures.

Swedish neo-Nazi groups were less active in 2015, according to a new report. But it is getting more and more difficult to get a complete picture of the ideology, say the experts behind the new figures.

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