German police arrest alleged neo-Nazis after raids

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November 28, 2006 14:56

 
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German police arrested seven suspected neo-Nazis Tuesday after raids in a Bavarian town netted weapons and far-right paraphernalia. Some 370 officers searched 15 apartments and homes in Rosenheim, south of Munich, police said. They found a total of 55 weapons that apparently had been purchased legally, but were then illegally modified, police said without elaborating. In the buildings, police also found far-right materials including flags, and helmets bearing the swastika. In a separate case, police in the southwestern state of Baden-Wuerttemberg, said they had taken two French skinheads into investigative custody on Monday on suspicion they beat up a German of Tunisian extraction.

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