German police raid homes of suspected former SS members

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December 6, 2011 09:04

 
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German authorities Tuesday raided the homes of six men suspected of having taken part in a Nazi massacre of over 642 civilians in France in 1944, according to an AFP report.

The men were believed to have been member of the SS "Der Fuehrer" unit over 67 years ago.

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