BERLIN (Reuters) – German police have arrested an eighth man suspected of membership of a far-right militant group which assaulted foreigners in the eastern city of Chemnitz and planned attacks on politicians, the Federal Prosecutor’s Office (GBA) said on Tuesday.
The GBA said it believed the man was a member of “Revolution Chemnitz”, an organization named after the city where the fatal stabbing of a German man blamed on migrants in August prompted the worst far-right violence in Germany in decades.
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Six men suspected of membership of the organization were detained on Monday in the state of Saxony, where Chemnitz lies, and the south-eastern state of Bavaria.
The first suspected member of the group was detained in mid-September.
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The GBA said the eighth suspect was arrested late...
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