May 1, 2013 - participants of far-right organizations demonstrate during a May Day rally in Erfurt, Germany. German authorities are investigating whether hundreds of unsolved killings and attempted killings over the past two decades were committed by neo-Nazis.
May 1, 2013 - participants of far-right organizations demonstrate during a May Day rally in Erfurt, Germany. German authorities are investigating whether hundreds of unsolved killings and attempted killings over the past two decades were committed by neo-Nazis. AP
May 1, 2013 - participants of far-right organizations demonstrate during a May Day rally in Erfurt, Germany. German authorities are investigating whether hundreds of unsolved killings and attempted killings over the past two decades were committed by neo-Nazis. AP

Far-right hate crimes creep back into German society

December 24, 2013 06:00 AM

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