Rachel Nolan

NO GO: Its original logo outlawed, a clothier switched to the one above.

Wearing Identity on Its Sleeve, German Far Right Gets a Makeover

An otherwise quiet block in central Berlin has been rocked in recent months by paint bombs, broken windows and protests.

INQUISITIVE: Tourists have been flocking to the Beit Eliyahu synagogue of the long-hidden Jewish community in Belmonte Portugal

After 500 Years in Hiding, Jews Bring Prosperity to Iberian Town

While most of the towns in central Portugal are suffering through difficult economic times, this small village northeast of Lisbon is enjoying a revival: The past decade has seen the construction of a luxury hotel and a museum, and tourism is booming.