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Germany said may modify Nazi symbols law

Germany could modify a law that forbids the distribution and display of Nazi symbols after a court fined a man for using crossed-out swastikas to protest far-right extremists, the justice minister was quoted Monday as saying. The ruling on Friday by a Stuttgart court, which fined 32-year-old Juergen Kamm $4,060 for using the crossed-out symbols on stickers, buttons and T-shirts, has drawn widespread political criticism. Full Story

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