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Extremist attacks rose in Germany in ’06

Crimes by right-wing extremists and attacks on foreigners rose in Germany last year, the government said Friday. The number of right-wing crimes was up 14 percent and violent attacks on foreigners rose by 37 percent, the German Interior Ministry said. More than 18,000 right-wing hate crimes were registered in Germany last year, up from 15,900 in 2005. Of those, 511 were defined as violent attacks on foreigners and immigrants — an increase of 37 percent compared to 2005, when 373 violent anti-foreigner crimes were reported. Full Story

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