Nazism

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Neo-Nazi group "Nordadler" has been banned in Germany
Neo-Nazi group "Nordadler" has been banned in Germany
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The neo-nazi group "Nordadler" has been banned by Horst Seehofer, the German minister of the Interior, Building and Community. This is the third ban of a right-wing extremist group in 2020, following raids of group members in four different federal German states. The ministry has stated that the group had formed plans to create a community of right-wing extremists in rural areas and that they had pledged allegiance to Adolf Hitler.

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United Kingdom: Former "Miss Hitler" contestant sentenced to prison over membership in banned terrorist far-right group
Alice Cutter and her partner Mark Jones
Alice Cutter and her partner Mark Jones Credit: West Midland Police (Reproduction)

Alice Cutter and her ex-partner Mark Hones have been sentenced to prison for being members of the banned terrorist far-right organization "National Action" in the United Kingdom. Cutter had previously entered a beauty contest called "Miss Hitler" under the name "Miss Buchenwald" and made jokes about gassing synagogues and other things. She has been sentenced to three years in prison, while her ex-partner has been sentenced to five and a half years.