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Germany bans neo-Nazi group with links to US, conducts raids in 10 German states

  • German Interior Minister Nancy Faeser has banned the extremist far-right group "Hammerskins Deutschland" and its affiliated groups, citing their opposition to the constitutional order and international understanding. The ban is part of the government's ongoing efforts to combat right-wing extremism in Germany.
  • The ban comes after police conducted raids in ten German states, targeting the residences of 28 suspected members of the group. The authorities seized assets and weapons owned by the group members. The ban is seen as a significant blow to organized right-wing extremism in the country.
  • This is the 20th right-wing extremist organization to be banned in Germany, highlighting the severity of the issue. Right-wing extremism is considered the greatest threat to Germany's democracy, and the government is committed to dismantling such extremist structures. The ban on Hammerskins and its affiliates sends a clear signal against racism and antisemitism.
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