Germany to tighten hate speech, gun laws to fight far right

The German government on Wednesday approved a draft law to crack down on the far right, three weeks after a deadly attack by an alleged neo-Nazi targeting a synagogue. Chancellor Angela Merkel’s cabinet signed off on a raft of measures that in particular target weapons sales and hate speech online. The bill must still be
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Added October 30, 2019
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