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  • Germany to provide funds to Nazis' child victims

    BERLIN (AP) — Child survivors of the Holocaust will receive additional financial assistance from the German government to help with increasing problems stemming from malnutrition and psychological trauma inflicted by the Nazis, under a new agreement worth an estimated $250 million. The...

  • Germany opens memorial to Nazis' disabled victims

    BERLIN (AP) — Germany on Tuesday inaugurated a memorial to more than 200,000 people with physical and mental disabilities killed by the Nazis after their lives were deemed "worthless." The transparent 24-meter (79-foot) blue glass wall outside the Berlin Philharmonic concert hall is near...

  • Clashes at Stockholm protest against neo-Nazis

    STOCKHOLM (AP) — Swedish riot police briefly clashed with counterdemonstrators at a neo-Nazi rally in Stockholm on Saturday, two weeks before a parliamentary election. Police said four police officers and three civilians were slightly injured in the violence that erupted on the sidelines of a...

  • Hunt for German neo-Nazis was 'complete disaster'

    BERLIN (AP) — Police and security services in Germany's eastern state of Thuringia bungled the hunt for three neo-Nazis, who years later turned out to be the main suspects in a far-right murder spree, according to an official report published Thursday. A panel of lawmakers in the state assembly...



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