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Germans discover the neo-Nazi groups in their midst

They're young, fanatical and violent. Nearly a year after a scandal broke in Germany about the NSU, a right-wing cell behind the murder of a dozen Turks between 2000 and 2006, Germany is slowly opening its eyes to the magnitude of the threat posed by similar groups in the country. It seems they have managed to set up a parallel society, centred around music and illegal concerts, which play a key role in the indoctrination of their young recruits.

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