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Germany: Prosecutors seek 5 years for 101-year-old ex-Nazi guard

Prosecutors are seeking five years for the oldest person to ever be charged with war crimes. The 101-year-old has professed innocence and disputes he was involved in mass murder at the Sachsenhausen concentration camp.

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