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Germany remembers victims of 2020 Hanau shooting

By France24
05 June 2022   |   1:05 pm
Germany marked the anniversary of a racist attack in the city of Hanau. Nine people with immigrant roots were gunned down by a far-right extremist, who subsequently shot himself. The victims' families say they still have more questions than answers.

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