Far-right suspect extradited to Germany from Netherlands
29 August 2020 | 4:17 pm
Dutch authorities have extradited a German man suspected of launching a website that encouraged anti-Semitic violence and pro-Nazi views. Police apprehended the man in the Netherlands in July.
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