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Neo-Nazis draw more charges

The Ludia proti rasizmu (People Against Racism) NGO has laid charges against Slovak neo-Nazi music group Justicia (Justice) for its recent CD Judgement Day, which features images of burning synagogues and exhortations to kill Jews. Meanwhile, in Prague, an 18-year-old Slovak youth was arrested yesterday after leaving a poster covered in swastikas and neo-Nazi slogans at a monument to those killed in terrorist attacks on the US.

Compiled by Tom Nicholson from press reports.
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