German police link 'kebab murders' to neo-Nazis

By REUTERS
November 11, 2011 22:23

 
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BERLIN - German investigators have linked an unsolved series of murders of eight foreign-born food vendors and shop owners, nicknamed the "doner murders" to a neo-Nazi terrorist cell, the federal prosecutors' office said on Friday.

They also linked the same neo-Nazi group to the killing of a policewoman in Heilbronn in southwest Germany in 2007.

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