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Greece: Twilight for Golden Dawn?

The neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn won its first seats in parliament in Greece's 2012 elections. From xenophobic speeches to attacks on immigrants, spurred on by the financial crisis, its militants would go to any lengths to impose their ideology. But on September 17th, the murder of the far-left rapper Pavlos Fissas by a Golden Dawn sympathiser caused unanimous indignation.

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Party leaders were charged with belonging to a criminal organisation and state funding for the party was removed. But will this stop Golden Dawn? Our reporter went to Athens to investigate.

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