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Police raid Slovak neo-Nazi firm

Slovak police working with German counterparts yesterday raided the premises of Banská Bystrica firm AFK – Slovakia, which makes and distributes neo-Nazi books, magazines and CDs across Europe, particularly Germany and Sweden. Several foreigners were detained and charged, including German ringleader Adrian P., although none of the firm’s Slovak representatives were incarcerated.

Compiled by Tom Nicholson from press reports.
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