German police break up neo-Nazi youth camp

German Police say they have broken up a neo-Nazi youth camp in northern Germany. Police spokesman Volker Werner said officers raided the camp run by a neo-Nazi organization on Friday. Officers found racist propaganda material dating back to the early 20th century and towels decorated with swastikas. Officials said 39 children and teenagers at the camp were sent home. The neo-Nazi organization running the camp near Rostock told authorities it was a youth adventure camp.