An anti-Semitism protest march is to be held in Malmo after Israeli participants at the Eurovision song contest were threatened.
The far-right Ataka party emerges as kingmaker following Bulgaria parliamentary elections, having captured 7% of the popular vote.
A Budapest court has given prison sentences to three men who verbally abused visitors to the WJC Plenary Assembly held last week in the city.
Re-elected WJC President Ronald S. Lauder: "In the 77 years of the World Jewish Congress there have been few gatherings as important as this one.”
Reaction by the World Jewish Congress to Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s speech at the opening of the WJC Plenary Assembly in Budapest, 5 May 2013.
In Hungary, the head of the local Raoul Wallenberg Association became a victim of anti-Semitic abuse and his nose was broken by thugs.