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Right-wing terror trial stirs up violent memories in Germany’s Freital

By DW
07 September 2020   |   12:55 pm
Members of a far-right terror group are standing trial for targeting politicians and refugee shelters with explosives in 2015. The case has divided Freital, a tranquil town not far from the eastern city of Dresden.

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