Germany commemorates 1993 Solingen attack victims
30 May 2018 | 4:23 am
In 1993, in the deadliest xenophobic attack in Germany's post-war history, neo-Nazis set fire to a Turkish family's home in the city of Solingen. Five people died in the blaze. On the 25th anniversary, the country pays its respects to the victims.
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