The World from Berlin 'Is German Society Blind to the Far-Right Threat?'

In the aftermath of the shocking revelations about a neo-Nazi group that apparently murdered at least 10 people, German politicians are debating how best to tackle right-wing extremism. Media commentators warn against kneejerk reactions.
Neo-Nazis in Halbe (archive photo): The German government is debating how best to combat right-wing extremism in the wake of the revelations about the Zwickau cell.

Neo-Nazis in Halbe (archive photo): The German government is debating how best to combat right-wing extremism in the wake of the revelations about the Zwickau cell.

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-- SPIEGEL staff