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Neo-Nazis admit plan to bomb Jewish community centre

The trial of nine German neo-Nazis charged with conspiring to blow up a Jewish community centre took a dramatic turn yesterday when two of the accused confessed to hiding explosives for the bombing and admitted planning to use them against leading politicians and Jewish leaders. The nine, aged between 19 and 38, are charged with membership of an illegal neo-Nazi terrorist group named Kameradschaft Süd, led by Martin Wiese, 28. They are alleged to have planned to blow up a community centre in Munich during a ceremony to inaugurate the building in November 2003.Full Story

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