Halle kebab shop owner gives shop away after neo-Nazi shootings
18 November 2019 | 2:42 pm
Kiez Döner in Halle has reopened for the first time after a 20-year-old man was shot in the fast-food outlet during a far-right terror attack. The two brothers who were working at the time have taken on ownership.
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