Brazil: Police uncover Nazi trove during child rape investigation
08 October 2021 | 6:33 am
Nazi memorabilia and weapons valued at around €3 million have been found by police in Rio de Janeiro. The hoard was found during an investigation into a suspected raping of a minor.
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